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Home Organization Workshop

December 8, 2020 @ 10:00 am 11:00 am

An educational event for survivors that will teach participants life strategies to help create order and calm at home and work.

Based on current recommendations of the CDC and local health officials, groups hosted by Brain Injury Services will meet via Zoom.   To receive a secure Zoom invitation, you must RSVP by email to the contact person listed below.

Free

703-451-8881 x 243

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‘Tis The Season: Managing the Holidays During Stressful Times

December 3, 2020 @ 10:30 am 12:00 pm

A virtual workshop for clients and caregivers co-facilitated by Joy Koeppen, BIS Counselor and Shira Rothberg, Inova TSN Coordinator.

Based on current recommendations of the CDC and local health officials, groups hosted by Brain Injury Services will meet via Zoom.   To receive a secure Zoom invitation, you must RSVP by email to the contact person listed below.

Free

703-451-8881 x 228

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Living WRAP

July 10, 2020 @ 10:00 am 12:00 pm

Living WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) is a safe place where clients share the wellness tools that have been helpful for them over the years, explore new wellness tools, and support one another. 

Based on current recommendations of the CDC and local health officials, groups hosted by Brain Injury Services will meet via Zoom.  To receive a secure Zoom invitation, you must RSVP by email to the contact person listed below.

703-451-8881 ext. 241

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Virtual Journaling Group

April 30, 2020 @ 2:00 pm 3:00 pm

Your Brain on Ink with Deborah Ross. This is a 6-week virtual journaling/expressive writing workshop where the newer findings in neuroscience meet the ancient art of creating and keeping a journal.  Our brains can and do change and we can use that knowledge to create or reinforce the pathways that lead to greater resilience, vitality, peace of mind and improved well-being.   Learn how to use your pen and journal in service of intention, attention, and action for your greater good.

Deborah Ross is a Certified Journal Therapist and provides instruction both privately, in workshops, online, and in retreat format for those who wish to keep a journal in service of healing, personal growth and transformation.   She is also a Licensed Professional Counselor but retired from private practice psychotherapy in December 2015 in order to focus on teaching Journaling/Expressive Writing.  

Deborah is the co-author with Kathleen Adams of the  book, “Your Brain on Ink, Neuroplasticity and The Journal Ladder,”  which features the integration of journaling and the latest in neuroscience research, a particular area of interest for Deborah.  She is a faculty member of the Therapeutic Writing Institute, part of the Center for Journal Therapy, and teaches for INOVA’s Life with Cancer program as well as for or Brain Injury Services.

Free

703-451-8881 x 233

www.braininjurysvcs.org

this is the archive page

Virtual Journaling Group

April 30, 2020 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm

Your Brain on Ink with Deborah Ross. This is a 6-week virtual journaling/expressive writing workshop where the newer findings in neuroscience meet the ancient art of creating and keeping a journal.  Our brains can and do change and we can use that knowledge to create or reinforce the pathways that lead to greater resilience, vitality, peace of mind, and improved well-being.   Learn how to use your pen and journal in service of intention, attention, and action for your greater good.

Deborah Ross is a Certified Journal Therapist and provides instruction both privately, in workshops, online, and in retreat format for those who wish to keep a journal in service of healing, personal growth, and transformation.   She is also a Licensed Professional Counselor but retired from private practice psychotherapy in December 2015 in order to focus on teaching Journaling/Expressive Writing.  

Deborah is the co-author with Kathleen Adams of the book, “Your Brain on Ink, Neuroplasticity and The Journal Ladder,”  which features the integration of journaling and the latest in neuroscience research, a particular area of interest for Deborah.  She is a faculty member of the Therapeutic Writing Institute, part of the Center for Journal Therapy, and teaches for INOVA’s Life with Cancer program as well as for or Brain Injury Services. 

Free

703-451-8881 x 233

www.braininjurysvcs.org