TUESDAYS 7:00 - 8:15/8:30PM
1906 S. RITTENHOUSE SQUARE (Ethical Society)
Confidential FREE Drop-ins Welcome
UPCOMING MEETING SCHEDULE
Tuesday, December 27th at 7:00pm
Knowledge Is Power
or, Educate Yourself About Depression
Tuesday, January 3rd at 7:00 pm
or, Identifying and Managing Stress and Other Triggers
Tuesday, January 10th at 7:00pm
or, the Opposite of Depression is Human Connection (and Know When & How to Get Backup)
Tuesday, January 17th at 7:00pm
Do What You Can When You Can
or, Take Realistic Action, Using All Available Self-Care Strategies & Treatment Options
Tuesday, January 24th at 7:00pm
The Gift of Gab
or, Talking About Depression Will Help Both You & Others (and Can Be Easy!)
Tuesday, January 31st at 7:00pm
What’s “Right” With You
or, Moving Away from “What’s Wrong with Me”
Tuesday, February 7th at 7:00pm
Peace of Mind
or, Befriending Our Thoughts and the Benefits of Mindfulness
Tuesday, February 14th at 7:00pm
Live Like Lincoln
Who said: ”When I do good, I feel good” (or, Living with A Purpose)
Tuesday, February 21st at 7:00pm
or, Get Out of Your Head (& Off Your Screen) and Into Your Body
HEY PHILLY! We are delighted to announce that the local L2L Depression Support Group will be facilitated by the Founder and Director of the License to Live Project, Stefanie Glick, M.A. -- a Writer and Educator living well with depression (and whose experiential learning programs have been offered to over a million adults and youth nationwide)! Check out this article about Stefanie's work in the local press:
**To see if this group is right for you, please read here
Although each group is led by a trained facilitator, the License to Live meeting functions as a peer-to-peer support group and is not meant as a substitute for professional psychological counseling, group therapy or emergency treatment.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT AN L2L MEETING
Read more here...
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING...
"I always feel better when I leave [the group] than when I came in!"
"I think a lot about what we talk about [during the meetings] after each group session. I'm surprised by how much I'm learning."
"My therapist actually recommended I attend these sessions. Now I go to see him once a week and the group once a week, and it's making a big difference in my life.
"I like that we do activities. I know talking with the group is important, but to me the different activities are the most helpful and interesting part."
"I carry the list of Lifestyle Strategies for Managing Depression with me for a reminder [of what I can do when I'm struggling with my mood.]"
THE MENTAL HEALTH MOVEMENT
THAT'S MAKING A DIFFERENCE!
WE HAVE A PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN POLICY ($0+)
Because we believe ALL people should have
access to information, support and hope!
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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