People experiencing toxic stress often have difficulty regulating their emotional responses when facing challenges in work, life, and relationships. Mind Matters’ lessons teach techniques to recover from negative experiences with innovative methods based on current research. These skills give individuals a way to take charge of their emotions and improve their state of mind. Participants learn to address their physical, relational, and mental health needs.
In this workshop we will review several self-soothing and emotional regulation exercises. Everyone will leave with a practice plan and the tools to help improve psychological resilience. This workshop is in person.
Please wear comfortable clothes as movement is incorporated.
About Emily Otero
Before coming to Arizona, Emily worked in Orange County, CA within the non-profit and ministry sectors for four years. In 2020, she was offered the opportunity to work in Prescott with Arizona Youth Partnership. As the Youth & Family Educator in Yavapai County as well as a Case Manager for The Lighthouse Shelter, Emily aspires to provide individuals with the resources that improve quality of life.