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Fall 2017 Classes

Each six-week course is $125, (with the exception of Stir it Up, which requires an additional $25 materials fee for a total registration cost of $150) and runs 6-7:30 p.m., except where noted. Courses that do not have a minimum of five students registered will be cancelled. DiscoverYOU will assess a cancellation fee of $50 for any student who cancels their registration less than one week before the start of any course.

Monday Classes

Keep Calm and Carry On - Mondays, 10/16 – 12/4 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Taught by a team of behavior specialists, this class will integrate students' current knowledge of coping skills with the new skills taught in the class. The students will use this knowledge to navigate life situations successfully. Skills include: identifying triggers, recognizing warning signs, relaxation, breathing exercises, mindfulness and other selected coping skills. Participants must have verbal/communication abilities.

Tuesday Classes

M-YOU-sic! Finding Your Groove - Tuesdays, 9/19 – 10/24 Music is everywhere, impacting us whether we recognize it or not. Build your awareness of how you connect to music and how you can use it to enhance your everyday experiences! Students will share songs that are meaningful to them, participate in live music making, and learn about styles of music and how to use them. Students will leave this course with a Music Resource Kit including when and how to use music, a personal song profile, and a list of opportunities for experiencing music in the community.

A Space of My Own - Tuesdays, 11/7 – 11/14, 11/28 – 12/19 Whether living on your own of in shared space, take pride in YOUR space. Develop the essential skills needed to maintain, upkeep and enjoy the result of your hard work.

Thursday Classes

Healthy Mind – Understanding MY Mental Health - Thursdays, 9/14 – 11/2 (eight weeks, 6 -7 p.m.) Handling stress, solving problems, getting along with others, coping with disappointments and keeping a balance life are part of everyone’s day-to-day challenges, Students will learn about mental health wellness and what it can mean for their lives, how to make the best use of mental and physical health services, specific strategies for how to stay well, and understand how these skills will help them achieve their personal goals. Note: this class is designed for individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental illness, such as (but not limited to) depression, anxiety and mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, impulse-control disorders, etc.

Stir it Up! - Thursdays, 11/9-11/16, 11/30 – 12/21 Embrace your inner chef!! Stir it Up will teach you how to plan and make simple, healthy meals while developing basic skills needed in the kitchen. This experience will build your confidence working in the kitchen. Learning opportunities include: cooking new meals, meal hosting, and learning to make healthy choices while shopping efficiently.

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