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2023 Mental Health Moments

January  The Challenge of Change, Vision Boards

            Now Faith Is the Substance of Things Hoped For the Evidence of Things Not Seen Hebrews 11:1

•      Vision Boards are a physical manifestation of this scriptures that helps individuals, couples, groups, and others to visualize their goals in one or more areas of their lives. 

•      Vision Boards are generally created during the first part of the year, relating to Resolutions that are made to encourage growth throughout the year, however, these can be made Annually, semi-annually, quarterly, monthly even daily to help promote accomplishment and prevent stagnation. 

•      Vision Boards can be created virtually with use of technology or with paper, pencil, markers, etc. 



February  Fatal Attraction

Be ye Not Unequally yoked together with unbelievers:  for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness?  And what communion hath light with darkness II Corinthians 6:14

•      Attachment Styles was theorized by John Bowlby to explain relationship developed between children and their caregivers

•      This theory explains why individuals often find themselves attracted to certain person dependent on their attachment styles

•      This theory explains why some people develop
“Fatal Attractions” based on their style




March  The True Worth of a Race Is measured by the Character of its Woman

Who can find a woman of worth?   For her price is far above rubies Proverbs 31:10

•      Values are things which govern human behavior

•      Values are the beliefs that show how a person has decided to use life.

•      Values are those beliefs and attitudes on which we base our opinions, decisions and actions, the basis of character



Living Distraction Free Life

•      Participants will learn information necessary to live a healthy, distraction-free life. 

•      Participants will learn how stress contributes to poor health and wellneas

•.     Participants will learn tips to reduce stress

May Motherhood Is an Exam that Does Not have a Study Guide

Her children arise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her.  Proverbs 31:28



June Be Free From the Burdens, Rest and Relax

Writing Your Story

•      Participants will learn how to assist clients with presenting their stories utilizing Jellinek Model, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Erikson’s stages of development. 

•      This workshop can be helpful in learning more about cravings and triggers that cause continued use and high risk behaviors



            Freedom HALT

H. Hungry “Whoever loves money never has enough; whoever loves wealth is never satisfied with their income. This too is meaningless” (Ecclesiastes 5:10).

A. Angry (Bitter) Ephesians 4:31 

Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice.

L. Lonely 1. Joshua 1:9

Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.

T. Tired Psalm 62:5 

Yes, my soul, find rest in God; my hope comes from him.”


August Stress Management Preventing Burnout

•      Long term stress can lead to burnout; defined as mental and physical exhaustion. 

•      Participants will discover signs of burnout, its organizational impact and 

•      Steps to reduce and/or avoid burnout.   


September Recovery Month Effectiveness of Community Involvement

•      This workshop highlights the effectiveness of community involvement in the reduction of recidivism rates for substance abuse clients. 

•      This workshop will review how the collaboration of community resources benefits the overall health and well being of the clients. 

•      This workshop will further encourage the importance of maintaining community involvement in the treatment of the substance abuse and mental health clients. 



October Domestic Violence


•              This workshop focuses on the correlation between domestic violence and substance abuse. 

•              Participants will learn how to recognize the signs of domestic violence that may cause clients to become defocused both during and after group. 

•              Participants will be able to utilize information to connect clients with other community resources. 


November Gratitude Is the Key

Wallace D Wattles The Science of Getting Rich

Says the more Gratefully we fix our minds on the Supreme when good things come to us, the more good things we will receive, and the more rapidly they will come


December The Gift Working with the Faith Community

•      Participants will learn how to address needs of faith community. 

•      Participants will be provided with            substance abuse resources and information.  






2022 Mental Health Moments

January  The Challenge of Change 

February Fatal Attraction 

March "The True Worth of a Race Is Measured by the Character of Its Woman

April  I Just Love the Way that It Tastes 

May  Motherhood Is an Exam that Does Not have a study guide

June  Be Free from the burdens, Rest and Relax 

July  Freedom, Freedom 

August   Stress Management 

September Recovery Month 

October  Domestic Violence 

November Gratitude Is the Key 

December  The Gift 

2021 Mental Health Moments 

January SMART Goals 

February Are they The One 

March Women You dont always have to be the Hero 

April  Are you drinking too much?

May Please take care of yourself

June Men, It's Okay to Cry 

July Free Yourself 

August Don't Worry, Be Happy 

Mental Moment 815 August 4 


Don’t worry, be happy, was a song sung by Bobby Mcferrin 1988.  It was an accapella song that was sung all over.  There were buttons, T Shirts and a host of other memorabilia that reminded us not to worry, but to be happy.


Here's a little song I wrote

You might want to sing it note for note

Don't worry, be happy


In every life we have some trouble

But when you worry you make it double


Ain't got no place to lay your head

Somebody came and took your bed


The landlord say your rent is late

He may have to litigate


As threats of another shutdown, variants of COVID-19, employers REQUIRING vaccines or risk of unemployment and a series of concerns looms.  


I am reminded of this song and would like to offer mindfulness meditation as a coping strategy or technique to help us focus on things more positively.


Mindfulness is defined as a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.


Benefits includes:

Reduction of pain and enhancement of body’s immune system


When we’re stressed, the immune system’s ability to fight off antigens is reduced. That is why we are more susceptible to infections.

The stress hormone corticosteroid can suppress the effectiveness of the immune system (e.g. lowers the number of lymphocytes).


Reduction of feelings of depression, anxiety, anger and confusion


Fears, anxieties and tendencies toward depression are managed by seeking out their root causes. Once uncovered, patients learn how to take control of their emotions and life.



Provides a sense of calm, peace and balance


Increases energy 


Reduction of stress



Phillipians 4:6

New International Version

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.



September We Can Recover

October Don't Be a DoorMat, Anymore 


October Mental Health moment Don’t Be a Door Mat Anymore


These Boots are made for walking Nancy Sinatra 


You keep sayin' you've got somethin' for me

Somethin' you call love but confess

You've been a'messin' where you shouldn't 've been a'messin'

And now someone else is getting all your best

These boots are made for walkin'

And that's just what they'll do

One of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you


You keep lyin' when you oughta be truthin'

And you keep losing when you oughta not bet

You keep samin' when you oughta be a'changin'

Now what's right is right but you ain't been right yet


Definition of Door Mat

The primary purpose of any doormat is to provide a safe surface that can be used to clean footwear and prevent dirt from getting into a property


How to stop from Being a Doormat

  1. Start with You.  Give yourself credit.  Uphold your own values.  Take care of yourself
  2. Teach people how you want to be treated.
  3. Don’t be a people-pleaser.  Be more generous with yourself.
  4. Be more assertive.  Gain more confidence. 
  5. Know that you are not alone.  Confide in someone.  Find a support group. 
  6. Raise your expectations.
  7. If you need to, be willing to remove yourself from the situation or relationship and start building the kind of life you’d love to live.

November Gratitude Is the Key 

December You are a Gift 

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2023 Season




We invite you to participate in our broadcast beginning January 2023.  

it is our interest in you sharing your Wisdom, Knowledge and Instruction.


Please answer these questions; 


Interview Questions


Greetings.  I am interested in creating a pod cast professionals in the area.


Here are a list of questions and would like to interview individuals either in office Charlotte or Burlington or online


Here are the list of questions that would like to discuss 


What exactly is it that you do?

What credentials do you have?

Is this what you pictured yourself doing?

What is the best part of your job?

What is the worst part of your job?

Is it hard to balance your personal life with your work life?

How do you do it?

How do you measure success with your clients?

What’s the craziest story you can tell me from your work?

How do you cope with difficult/resistant clients?

If you could go back in time with your career, would you do anything differently?


Thank you in advance



January Garnet/Constancy Carnation

Capricorn Goat (Dec 22-Jan 19)  Aquarius (Jan 20-Feb 18)


Week One Jan 3-Jan 9

Week Two Jan 10-Jan 16

Week Three Jan 17-Jan 23

Week Four Jan 24-Jan 30


February Amethyst/Sincerity Violet, Primrose

Aquarius (Jan 20-Feb 18) Pisces (Feb 19-Mar 20)


Week Five Jan 31-Feb 6

Week Six Feb 7-Feb 13

Week Seven Feb 14-Feb 20

Week Eight Feb 21-Feb 27


March Bloodstone/Aquamarine/ Courage Jonquil, Daffodil

Pisces (Feb 19-Mar 20) Aries (Mar 21-Apr 19)


Week Nine Feb 28-Mar 5 March is Women’s History Month

Week Ten Mar 6-Mar 12

Week Eleven Mar 13-Mar 19

Week Twelve Mar 20-Mar 26


April Diamond/ Innocence Sweet Pea, Daisy

Aries (Mar 21-Apr 19) Taurus (Apr 20-May 20)

Week Thirteen Mar 27-Apr 2 Alcohol Awareness Month

Week Fourteen Apr 3-Apr 9 April 8

annual observance of National Alcohol Screening Day

Week Fifteen Apr 10-Apr 16

Week Sixteen Apr 17-Apr 23

Week Seventeen Apr 24-Apr 30


May Emerald/ Love, Success Lily of the Valley, Hawthorn

Taurus (Apr 20-May 20) Gemini (May 21-June 21)

Week Eighteen May 1-May 7 National Foster Care Month to raise awareness of the need for more people to make a difference in the lives of children and youth living in foster care

National Child Welfare organization and advocates

Makes vulnerable to Homelessness, Unemployment, Compromised mental health, poor educational status, poverty, substance abuse and incarceration

Week Nineteen May 8-May 14

Week Twenty May 15-May 21

Week Twenty-One May 22-May 28


June Pearl, Moonstone, Alexandrite (Health & Longevity) Rose, Honeysuckle

Gemini (May 21-June 21) Cancer (June 21-July 22)

Week Twenty-Two May 29-Jun 4

Week Twenty-Three Jun 5-Jun 11

Week Twenty-Four Jun 12-Jun 18

Week Twenty-Five Jun 19-Jun 25


July Ruby/Contentment Larkspur, Water Lily

Cancer (June 21-July 22) Leo (July 22-Aug 22)


Week Twenty-Six Jun 26-Jul 2

Week Twenty-Seven Jul 3-Jul 9

Week Twenty-Eight Jul 10-Jul 16

Week Twenty-Nine Jul 17-Jul 23

Week Thirty Jul 24-Jul 30


August Sardonyx, Peridot/Married Happiness Poppy, Gladiolus

Leo (July 22-Aug 22) Virgo (Aug 22-Sept 22)


Week Thirty-One Jul 31-Aug 6

Week Thirty-Two Aug 7-Aug 13

Week Thirty-Three Aug 14-Aug 20

Week Thirty-Four Aug 21-Aug 27

Fall Conference-Small Business

September Sapphire/Clear Thinking Aster, Morning Glory

Virgo (Aug 22-Sept 22) Libra (Sept 23-Oct 23)


Week Thirty-Five Aug 28-Sept 3

Week Thirty-Six Sept 4-Sept 10

Week Thirty-Seven Sept 11-Sept 17

Week Thirty-Eight Sept 18-Sept 24


October Opal, Tourmaline /Hope Calendula, Cosmos

Libra (Sept 23-Oct 23)  Scorpio (Oct 23-Nov 21)

Week Thirty-Nine Sept 25-Oct 1

Week Forty Oct 2-Oct 8

Week Forty-One Oct 9-Oct 15

Week Forty-Two Oct 16-Oct 22

Week Forty-Three Oct 23-Oct 29


November Topaz/Fidelity Chrysanthemum

Scorpio (Oct 23-Nov 21) Sagittarius (Nov 22-Dec 21)


Week Forty-Four Oct 30-Nov 5

Week Forty-Five Nov 6-Nov 12

Week Forty-Six Nov 13-Nov 19

Week Forty-Seven Nov 20-Nov 26


December Turquoise, Zircon/ Prosperity Narcissus, Holly

Sagittarius (Nov 22-Dec 21) Capricorn (Dec 22-Jan 19)

Week Forty-Eight Nov 27-Dec 3

Week Forty-Nine Dec 4-Dec 10

Week Fifty Dec 11-Dec 17

Week Fifty-One Week Dec 18-Dec 24

Week Fifty-Two Week Dec 25-Dec 31

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