Upcoming Events & Workshops
Scroll below to learn more about our support groups and upcoming events.
Healing and Hardcovers
A Therapeutic Book Club
Reading, in general, is a well known and time-tested method to support mental health and well-being. Reading on your own is great, but evidence suggests reading and discussing deeper concepts with a group is even better! This therapeutic book club feels like a natural extension of our support services already in place. We’ll hope you’ll join us for one or all of the gatherings.
ongoing for 2023
Let’s Talk: Maternal Mental Health
Gain valuable knowledge to prevent, heal and advocate for your mental wellbeing.
Distress happens to over 20% of pregnant or new moms and yet many suffer in silence due to stigma and lack of information.
this is a (nearly) free in-person offering focused on education around maternal mental health, Led by a certified perinatal mental health specialist.
Note: A $5 accountability fee will be collected during registration.
For New & Expecting Parents
The Bringing Baby Home Program by the Gottman Institute
- Increase friendship in their relationship
- Deal effectively with conflict
- Involve dads in infant care and parenting
- Improve the quality of parent-infant interaction
- Recognize the psychological and emotional needs of their child
(9 am-4 pm EST)
A FREE gathering open to any mom with young children (infancy through preschool age) wanting to feel better, share experiences & connect with other moms. Each week an expert facilitator will share tools for coping and enhancing well-being while including time for socializing & supportive sharing (basically having some coffee while venting, enjoying community & getting some much-needed self-care/support). To best accommodate your needs, pre-registration is strongly encouraged.
Interested in what’s to come? Sign up to be notified when registration opens for new events and workshops.
Coffee & Careers
Greenville area women joined us for seminars in June and July to learn about strategies for career transitions and how to pull from their own inner strength to get through tough times at work.
Navigating Postpartum Fitness
Presented by Alison Marie, Ph.D. of Living Room Workout Club
Let’s rein it in, throw out the “body back” mindset, quiet the noise in the fitness industry, and efficiently integrate your health and fitness goals into your busy life so that you can meet the challenges of motherhood head-on and feel fabulous doing it.
5-PART SERIES: MONDAYS
APRIL 20-MAY 18, 2020
Family Yoga @ McPherson Park
Presented by RJ and PSI-SC
This yoga will be suitable for all ages and skill levels – even pregnant yogis! Kids and families are welcome. No pets, please.
Bring a yoga mat or beach towel.
Saturday, October 5
Your Superhero Power
From unexpected transitions to difficult co-workers, life on the job can be just plain stressful! Join us as we discuss the H.E.R.O.I.C. method, and how you can pull from your own inner strengths to work through the toughest days on the job.
July 10th, 2018
What does going back to work outside of the home look like for you? As you transition from maternity leave or from life as a “Stay At Home Mom”, there’s a lot to consider. Join us as we discuss the 4 S’s of Transition: Situation, Self, Support, and Strategy.