Community Events and Programs
Sunday, August 1 - Sunday, November 14 @ 10:30 AM (Weekly)
Institute for Practical Life
Creative Healing is a therapeutic modality that combines powerful counseling techniques along with art-making to help improve emotional, mental health, promoting self-regulation. This group is for adults 18 years old + meets Sundays from 10:30 am to 11:25 am.
Tuesday, August 3 - Tuesday, December 28 @ 09:00 AM (Weekly)
The Mourning Meeting is a podcast dedicated to young adults. Interviews include information about grieving at college, pandemic grief, advanced directives for young adults, suicide loss, and much more.
Tuesday, August 3 - Tuesday, January 25 @ 06:30 PM (Weekly)
Monmouth University Community Care Telehealth Clinic
This free support group is for parents who are now on the clock 24/7 because of COVID-19! Conversations are led by you! MUCCTC is a free online counseling service staffed by supervised Monmouth University clinical social work graduate interns!
Wednesday, August 4 @ 10:00 AM (Weekly)
Wholehearted Healing Collective
Our society is obsessed with dieting. Period. If you feel like you are one of those people that are constantly on a diet or if you have struggled with poor body image, this group is for you. Together, we will read one of my favorite books, "The Fu*k It Diet" by Caroline Dooner. This book is witty, straight-forward, and honest. It has helped me and millions of other people to stop dieting and start living. As a group, we will read specific pages and then reconvene and discuss our feelings towards the content. Let's change the way we think about body image and start to believe that every body is beautiful!
Thursday, August 5 @ 06:00 PM (Weekly)
Who can deny this past year has been challenging for all of us in so many ways? Let's take time and reconnect as women. Together we will learn new ways to optimize our self-care! This fun and informative 4 week series begins on Thursday August 5 and continues each week Thursday in August: 12th, 19th and the 26th! Please see the flyer.
Thursday, August 5 - Thursday, August 26 @ 06:00 PM (Weekly)
Optimal health and wellness are achieved when we align our environment, body, and spirit as one. Through an integrative approach, I will give you the tools to begin your journey to a new you—the real you. Biome. Brain. Body (&Spirit too!) Who can deny this past year has been challenging for us in so many ways? Fee
Saturday, August 21 @ 09:00 AM
You're Invited to the 2021 CSOC Youth Conference! Join us for an exciting online event curated by our Youth Conference Committee comprised of youth from all over New Jersey. This conference is open to Children's System of Care involved youth ages 12-23. Caregivers, parents, guardians, and service providers are welcome to join when accompanying a youth.
Saturday, October 2 - Sunday, October 3
Values Into Action (NJ)
This 2-day conference includes guest speakers and learn from the experts about services that support youth/caregivers and professionals in the transition process of entering the adult world of I/DD services and experts about services that support youth/caregivers in the transition process of entering the adult world of I/DD services. More Info here!
Sunday, October 10 @ 09:00 AM
Working from basic Lacanian concepts, Dr. Gherovici moves into the direction of intersectionality which stresses the importance of multiple subjective constructions such as race, gender, class, and sexual identity that crisscross and overlap.
Friday, November 12 - Friday, December 31
The Renfrew Center Foundation
Beginning on Thursday, November 11, 2021, and available through Friday, December 31, 2021, Renfrew will bring you a virtual Conference offering up to 38 CEs/CMEs/Contact Hours, showcasing 3 exciting Keynote presentations, 6 live Master Classes, 16 on demand workshops, networking activities and many special events which have been a part of the Renfrew Conference for the past three decades. We will live-stream our three Keynote speakers: Gabourey Sidibe, award-winning actress and author, Joel Yager, MD, distinguished researcher in the field of eating disorders and Amy Banks, MD and Maureen Walker, PhD, pioneers of Relational-Cultural Theory and Feminist Therapy.