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2019 Mental Health Series Finale: Meditation & Journaling

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Meditation Journaling

Doylestown Health is pleased to present the final event of the 2019 Mental Health Series on the power of meditation and journaling on Saturday, October 12, from 9 am to Noon in Conference Room J, Doylestown Hospital.

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This interactive event features workshops designed to help participants work through life's challenges or curveballs. "The hands-on workshops are guided by local mental health professionals and are aimed at a beginner's level," says Doylestown Health education outreach liaison Ashley Benton, CHES®. "This approach gives attendees the confidence to use breathing and writing coping mechanisms on their own."

This event also allows participants to connect with these local mental health experts and gather resources offered in the community. Free breakfast and giveaways will be provided. The event is free, but registration is required.

Event Schedule

  • 9 to 10 am (registration and resources)
  • 10 to 10:50 am (Meditation workshop)
  • 10:50 to 11:05 am (Break and resources)
  • 11:05 am to Noon (Journaling workshop)

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Commitment to Mental Health Resources

Doylestown Health is committed to providing education, as well as local and regional resources, around the growing need for mental health support in our community. For the last two years, Doylestown Health has hosted a series of free, bi-monthly presentations on a wide range of mental health topics."The 2019 series was designed to walk attendees through various life stages where mental health may be challenged, and provide attendees with resources to persevere through life's challenges," says Ashley.

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