Author Archive

Healing Hearts Mardi Gras Masquerade!

Thursday, October 12th, 2023

  Let the Good Times Roll! Grab your mask and join us for a night in the Big Easy! Let’s get jazzy as we raise money for much needed mental health services in our community. Come out and enjoy: Catered Themed Dinner! Live Brass Jazz Band! Live & Silent Auctions! Healing Hearts Award! Costume Contest! […]

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Nature and Mental Health

Tuesday, August 29th, 2023

Written by Jody Pierce, LCSW, ED The old adage, “just stop and smell the roses,” is really great advice as it turns out! Besides slowing us down if we’re harried or our thoughts are running wild, the idea of focusing on and appreciating nature uplifts us emotionally. Doing things that connect us to nature are […]

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Presentations, Groups, & Classes – Winter/Spring 2024

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2023

Join us for our Mardi Gras Masquerade!
Tickets available now!

 

 

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Compassion Circle Open House on August 9th!

Tuesday, July 18th, 2023
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Let’s Talk About “Pop Psychology”

Tuesday, June 27th, 2023

Written by:  Alexa Rives, Intern In today’s modern age it is incredibly easy to access information, much more so than in any previous time in human history. As a result, there are new ways to spread information to innumerable people, and to personally take in seemingly unlimited amounts of data. Consequently, it can be difficult […]

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The Tans Will Fade, But Memories Will Last Forever

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2023

Written by:  Noemi Flores, MSW, SWC Summer is officially less than a month away. The anticipation of longer days, warmer weather, sun bathed skin, and neverending popsicles is almost over. While school age kiddos are excited for a much needed break where they can recharge and unwind, parents are exploring options to engage, entertain, and […]

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The Power of Positivity

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023

Written by Lilly Myers, MSW Intern Positivity is the tendency or practice to be optimistic in life. The tendency to be optimistic in life makes me think of the glass half full or half empty example. Those who see the glass half full are more prone to see the silver lining of a challenging situation […]

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Mental Health Crisis: The Growing Need for Accessible, Affordable Care

Tuesday, January 24th, 2023

Article by Rian Razo, MA Imagine this. You haven’t been feeling like yourself for a while now. Days go by and you notice you have been feeling more anxious and stressed. You recently lost your job due to company cutbacks and have lost your insurance. Your family has noticed that you have been irritable and […]

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Healing Hearts Benefit…80s Style!

Tuesday, November 29th, 2022

We are looking for sponsors and items for the live and silent auctions! If you’re interested in participating, please contact Jody Pierce at 303.655.9065. Like, don’t be a square! Join us for Pennock Center’s TOTALLY AWESOME Healing Hearts Benefit…80s style! Trying to find affordable mental health services these days can be a real drag. Help us […]

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‘Tis the Season

Tuesday, November 29th, 2022

by Noemi Flores, MSW, CSW The holiday season is typically perceived as a time of celebration, a time of giving, sharing, and creating traditions. However, for many individuals the holidays can be filled with increased anxiety, stress, grief, and financial pressure. There are numerous reasons why the holidays can feel blue rather than jolly and […]

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