Healing from Trauma support group offered
GREENFIELD — The Salasin Project is providing a confidential support and discussion group that explores the impact of interpersonal violence and trauma on individuals. Participants will also examine how to identify ways to develop healthy intimacy and relationships.
The group includes healing activities for the mind, body and spirit. An eight-week session starts March 2, and the group will meet weekly in a hybrid format — in-person in Greenfield and also on Zoom — on Wednesday evenings from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
For more information, contact Lynn at 413-774-4307, ext. 3 or LynnNorwood@wmtcinfo.org, or Jill at 413-774-4307, ext. 5 or JPredmore@wmtcinfo.org.
Salasin Project offering Healing Arts Zoom groups
GREENFIELD — The Salasin Project hosts Healing Arts groups on Zoom.
Participants spend time relaxing and connecting with other adult beginners while exploring landscapes, still lifes and a variety of other projects. Days and times vary each month, and no art experience is necessary.
Groups are free to join. Email Bekki at Bcraig@wmtcinfo.org or call 413-774-4307, ext. 4 for more information or to register. The Salasin Project can also offer help accessing art supplies.
Support group offered for caregivers
GREENFIELD — The Salasin Project and The RECOVER Project are co-sponsoring a virtual education/support group for caregivers who have domestic violence, and/or substance use histories. The group has open enrollment, so there is no deadline by which to sign up.
The Nurturing Program for Families in Substance Related Treatment and Recovery is a 16-week, evidence-based group designed to offer adult caregivers educational information about human growth and development. This program explores the impact of substance misuse and domestic violence on children and families. The topics from week to week are designed to strengthen participants’ self-esteem and to encourage strength-based models for guiding behaviors in children.
For more information, contact Lynn Norwood at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-774-4307, ext. 3.