Mind Matters

Our Mind Matters program equips young adults with the tools they need to heal from trauma and cultivate life-long skills to manage stress, live with intention, develop healthy relationships and learn how to ask for help.
Studies show that Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE's) can have long-term negative effects on kids' health and well-being that can last into adulthood and affect future generations.

About Mind Matters

Developed by licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Carolyn Curtis, Mind Matter's research-based curriculum combines lecture, multi-media presentations, interactive exercises, practice logs and discussions to create “new habits of mind.” The course is designed to be delivered over 12 one-hour sessions but can be adapted to fit almost any time frame.

Mind Matters can help

  • Middle Schoolers
  • High Schoolers
  • Young adult parents
  • Low income or disadvantaged groups
  • Families with young adults
  • Individuals experiencing everyday struggles with adversity


  • Experience enhanced self-awareness
  • Feel more self-empowered
  • Improve communication skills
  • Feel a sense of belonging and inner peace
  • Be equipped to tackle new challenges with peace and confidence


There is no fee for this course

Interested in our Mind Matters program?