Events

Events for Summer 2021

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July 21 & 28, 2021

Free* In Person Counseling 
12- 4 pm

Would you like to get free psychological help? Allies in Caring offers Free* Counseling every Wednesday from 12 pm to 4 pm at Con-Vivir Wellness Hub, 100 S Second St, Hammonton, NJ.

For more information, call 609 878 2007 or write to schamberlain@alliesincaring.org. Appointments and walk-ins are available. 

*The first two sessions are free. Completely confidential.

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Samantha Chamberlain

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Julio 17, 24 & 31, 2021

Consejeria en Salud Mental Gratuita* 
1- 4 pm

Allies in Caring ofrece Consejería en Salud Mental Gratuita* en español, todos los sábados de 1 pm a 4 pm en el Centro de Bienestar Con-Vivir, 100 S Second St, Hammonton, NJ.
Para obtener más información, llame al 609 878 2007 . No necesita hacer cita
*Las dos primeras sesiones son gratuitas. Este servicio es confidencial.

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Claudia Ramirez

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 July 22, 29, August 5, 12 & 19

Free Summer Art Program for kids in Hammonton, NJ
3- 6 pm

Are you looking for free fun activities for your kids during the summer? They are invited to join our summer art program! 

 

Classes will be once a week for five weeks. We will meet every Thursday starting on July 22 and ending on August 19, from 3:00 pm to 6 pm, at Con-Vivir Wellness Hub 100 S Second St, Hammonton, NJ, 08037. It's free to join! ​

Students will be introduced to the essential elements and principles of art. Ages: 4-16 y/o. If you need more information, please email cramos@alliesincaring.org or call her at (609)878-2007.

Schedule

Ages 4-6/ 3pm - 4 pm

Ages 6-12/ 4pm - 5pm

Ages 12-16/ 5pm- 6pm

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Copelia Morales

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August 4, 2021

Mindfulness-Based Habit Change Webinar
6-7 pm

Habits, we all have them.  While mindfulness has been around for thousands of years, recent research has helped us understand how it works in the brain and how the practice of mindfulness is effective in habit change. In this presentation and conversation, we will describe how the brain works and introduce a practical and effective approach to working with all kinds of habits, from stress eating to worrying.  Mindfulness-Based Habit Change (MBHC) is based on the work of psychiatrist and neuroscience researcher Judson Brewer, MD Ph.D.


Open to anyone wanting to learn more about habit change. Register here.


Instructors:


Robin Boudette, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, and mindfulness instructor, is a certified MBSR instructor and is a member of the teaching team at Jefferson University Hospital. In 2016, she began working with Judson Brewer, MD, Ph.D., offering evidence-based mindfulness interventions for habit change. She also provides online courses, workshops, and retreats around the country.


Lish Dorosin, M.Ed., has been a teacher and mindfulness practitioner for over 25 years. After a long career as a high school history teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area, she teaches behavior change, stress resilience, and mindfulness at UCSF, UCLA, and the Oakland Zoo.

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Copelia Morales