Better Days — A Recovery Workshop
Saturday December 9th, 5:00 to 8:00 pm
@The Democracy Center
45 Mount Auburn Street (Harvard Square)
$5 (or any amount)
This interactive 3 hour workshop is intended to help guide each individual toward embracing and benefiting from the innate and experiential self-expertise that exists within each one of us. Life is certainly challenging at times and the reality is that we all feel pain and know what struggle, hurt and upset feel like. However, how we manage and cope with what life throws at us, is our choice.
This workshop enthusiastically nurtures the concept that being personally responsible for our words and actions is integral for us to be able to live a happy, healthy and satisfying life. Without any question, self-expertise, examining our thoughts and actions and intentionally choosing to take self-identified and directed steps forward, results in Better Days.
Craig will share some of his story of what he experienced throughout his life and how he got to where he is today. This workshop includes an introduction to perspectives that can help one live more peacefully and with less disruption to their lives. This is a discussion based experience and all are encouraged and welcome to share and participate. We will use worksheets and passages from the Better Days and New Traditions workbooks.
This workshop is of benefit to mental health workers of all sorts, educators, families, people with lived experience, community members and anyone else with a desire to improve their life.
Books available for purchase at workshop.
NEW TRADITIONS — A WORKBOOK FOR BETTER DAYS
BETTER DAYS — A MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY WORKBOOK
YOU'RE CRAZY — VOLUME ONE
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IMPORTANT!!! The Democracy Center is partially wheelchair accessible, no accessible bathroom on site. The Mandela, Parks, and Chavez rooms are accessible, but the Library is not. Wheelchair users are welcome to use the accessible restroom at Daedalus while we plan our improvements for bathroom accessibility. To reach that bathroom, exit the ramp and turn left on Bow St, at the next building (Daedalus) use their accessible entrance and their restroom will be on the right.