CELEBRATING SISTERHOOD Presents SHE SHINES CONFERENCE Theme: SHE STILL SHINES! * SHE SHINES CONFERENCE MISSION: “To empower you spiritually, inform you intellectually, inspire you with hope and determination, and motivate you with drive and renewed strength to stand bold in your purpose and live out your faith in this ever-changing world.” (A.R. Bernard) SHE SHINES! is a women’s conference specially designed for black women. The purpose of this conference is to mobilize, empower, engage, enrich, and inspire a collective network of women from various walks of life and diverse experiences. SHE SHINES, as she embraces her culture while aspiring to live a thriving, God-inspired purposeful life in her home, workplace, community, houses of worship, and in the public sphere. Our three-word purpose statement: Inspire, Hope, and Shine motivates us to uplift and celebrate sisterhood. 2021 CONFERENCE PURPOSE: Excite and energize the consciousness of women by: (1) Validating the importance of self-care, meaningful relationships, and the benefits of balancing life, work, and productivity. (2) Heightening attendees’ awareness about civic participation, activism, and mobilizing women to collectively use and exercise their power and voice in the public square. (3) Encouraging and supporting women to pursue and serve in key leadership positions in various professions, industries, communities, and government sectors; and (4) Assessing the intersectionality of faith, values, ethics, and principles in the [...]
All are invited to receive a free behavioral health wellness screening provided by Temple University Hospital Outpatient Behavioral Health. There will be information on self-care, wellness, nutrition and more.
All are invited to receive a free behavioral health wellness screening provided by Temple University Hospital Outpatient Behavioral Health. There will be information on self-care, wellness, nutrition and more…
Wellness Recovery Action Plan® (WRAP) is an evidence-based practice developed by the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery. This introductory course was initially designed for people living with mental health issues but has since been found to be equally effective for others including people living with a history of substance abuse, problematic behaviors or any life challenge for which improvement is desired. In WRAP® participants are guided through the process of creating their own WRAP through the identification of personal wellness tools. Learners are introduced to recovery concepts and taught practical ways to incorporate them in daily life. In addition, learners are taught to identify their personal triggers, early warning signs and develop action plans to reduce or avoid escalation. Finally, learners develop a crisis plan and post crisis plan. Learners who complete Intro to WRAP I, are authorized to facilitate one-on-one WRAP sessions. Additionally this training session fulfills the prerequisite for the WRAP® Seminar II: WRAP Facilitator Training. To qualify for this scholarship funded training, you must: (a) Be a Philadelphia resident; (b) Identify as a Peer or person with lived experience. Space is limited and qualifying participants will be selected on a first come first served basis.