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Non-Escalation as De-Escalation for Behavioral Health Professionals

All classes held from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at Mental Health America of NKY and SW OH (click here for map)

This course will focus on addressing the entire spectrum of human conflict at the point of impact from before an interaction begins through to the consequences of how an interaction is managed. Free CEUs available. Choose a date to register: 


Eat Well: Shopping/Cooking on a Budget and Using Local Produce

Tuesday, June 13

6-7:30 pm via Zoom

Learn tips for saving money on healthy and delicious food from the grocery store and local farmers' market. A registered dietitian will provide nutrition education and then a chef will provide a cooking demonstration. If you would like to cook along with the chef, the recipes and ingredient list will be provided in advance.

First Responder Mini Retreat 

    Tuesday, June 20 9am-12 pm

Wednesday, June 21 2-5 pm

Thursday, June 22, 9 am-12 pm

As a first responder, you don't always have a time where you can just "be" without the expectation of your job and other life responsibilities. Take a few hours to relax and recharge at a peaceful Kentucky farm. Activities include:

-Equine Interactions Fly-Fishing with the Northern Kentucky Fly 


-Yoga/Tai Chi

-Nature Hike

If you don't like activities, meet and talk to other first responders in a no-pressure, beautiful environment. Or don't talk and read a book or just soak in your surroundings. This is your time!

Mentally Tougher

All sessions from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Please choose one date.

Locations and audience focus varies. See below.

Mental toughness is a collection of performance & resilience skills that help you reach & maintain optimal performance, face & cope with adversity, adapt to change, recover & learn from a setback, & grow from the experience. Presented by Michael Sherman, Master Resilience Trainer & founder of Mentally Tougher LLC.‚Äč

      Mentally Tougher for Healthcare Workers

     Monday, June 26

     Gateway Community College-Edgewood 


    Wednesday, June 28

    First Church of Christ-Burlington


    Mentally Tougher for First Responders

    Tuesday, June 27

    Walton Senior Center


    Thursday, June 29

    Gateway Community College-Edgewood 


Utilizing Fitness Trackers and Apps

Friday, July 14

11 am via Zoom

When you're trying to improve your fitness and overall health, the number of resources available can be daunting. Learn more about how fitness apps and trackers can help you on your health journey.


Resources for Building Resilience & Psychological CPR

Thursday, August 3-Friday, August 4 9 am-4 pm

Mental Health America of NKY and SW Ohio-Blue Ash (click here for map)

Burnout, toxic stress, and traumatic experiences are becoming more prevalent, especially in the helping professions and first responder community. During this 2 day training, learn simple strategies for protecting and enhancing your resilience, in addition to preventing the long-term impacts of these types of exposures. Learn Psychological CPR, which is a form of psychological first aid that can be used in the days and weeks after a crisis, natural disaster, or other critical incident to reduce distress symptoms associated with the traumatic experiences. Free CEUs available.

The End-Of-Summer Blues: Stress

Friday, August 4

11 am via Zoom

Don't let the end of summer and beginning of the busy fall season drag you down! Learn how to cope with stress in a healthy way.



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