Finding Your Center Group
Finding Your M.I.D.E.
In old Irish, Mide means “center”. And the Ojibwe tribe call their medicine men and women Mide’iwan and their healing practice is called Mide.
The goal of the group is to equip you with the skills to find your center- to better know yourself, understand yourself, to stand your ground, speak your truth and to weather the storm.
In this group, you will learn coping skills that will help you cope with difficult life circumstances. These skills come from the following 4 Modules (M.I.D.E.):
Mindfulness * for developing self-awareness
Interpersonal Effectiveness * healthy relationship skills with other people and yourself
Distress Tolerance * getting through a crisis without making it worse
Emotion Regulation * decreasing negative emotions and generating positive ones
Spring 2020 Group Information:
Wednesdays, 3:15-4:30 p.m. Starts 2/12.
It lasts 9 weeks. You call attend all sessions or attend just one module. New group members can join at the start of any one module.
CAPS Main. Check in with the front desk when you arrive and the group leader will guide you to the meeting room.
$10 a group (can be billed to Bursar's)
How do I start?
Speak with a CAPS triage counselor (open 9am-4pm Monday through Friday) to see if this group is a good choice for you. After triage, you can register for a group meeting at the CAPS front desk.
For more information, contact Cindy Klatte, LCSW at email@example.com or at (520) 621-3334.