The Mental Health Faith Council, part of NAMI Greater Toledo hosts lunch and learn webinars. Patrice Powers-Barker, OSU Extension, Lucas County will present Now and Later on Thursday, October 28th, 2021.
Description: Although living in the moment and planning for the future might sound like a contradiction, research shows us the value of both. This lunch and learn will highlight the evidence and give practical suggestions for individuals, families and communities to benefit from practicing both mindfulness and planning ahead for success. Patrice will share easy activities that can be used personally, professionally and within families to practice living in the moment and planning for the future.
- Share the connection between NAMI Greater Toledo, Mental Health Faith Council, and OSU Extension, Lucas County
- Reframe the message related to unexpected life transitions
- Identify ways to reduce stress
- Share short activities that can be used personally, in families, or community
- CrisisCare Line – Call 419-904-CARE (2273). Connect with a local, trained crisis counselor to discuss a mental health emergency 24/7 (Toledo area)
- What I can control/cannot control poster – The Counseling Teacher, Brandy, https://thecounselingteacher.com/ has work for sale as well as free resources (due to the pandemic) at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Coronavirus-Parent-Support-Graphics-5343091
- Rose, Thorn, Bud Blog
- My Future Self Blog
- Mindfulness – OSU Extension, Lucas County
- Mindfulness Activity: Three Senses Mindfulness Activity for Kids, Teens, and Grown-Ups by Blissful Kids
- Worksheet Shared Future Vision
- If you would like occasional email updates about OSU Extension, Lucas County FCS, please sign up here: go.osu.edu/lucasfcs
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