Emotional Adulting is a brief, drop-in skills group designed to help you work with your emotions from a space of compassion, awareness, nonjudgment, and curiosity. The skills taught in this group, which are generally drawn from mindfulness and trauma symptom management practices, are beneficial for our general well-being as well as for helping to manage distress related to depression, anxiety, trauma, and other experiences. Each week will focus on a different practice and the curriculum will repeat.
Come to all eight sessions, come to one, or pick and choose depending on your interest and schedule. Topics include Grounding, the Window of Tolerance, Containment, and Calm Place Imagery. Open to all students and learners.
Register using your JHU email here.