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Booker T Washington Center

Knitting and Counseling

Are you seeking solace from depression and anxiety? Macon Mental Health Matters invites you to our Knitting and Counseling sessions, a unique blend of creative therapy and emotional well-being support. This depression and anxiety therapy group is co-facilitated by Ross Peery and Paige Reeves.

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Time & Location

Sep 25, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Booker T Washington Center, 401 Monroe St, Macon, GA 31201, USA

About the Event

Are you seeking solace from depression and anxiety? Macon Mental Health Matters invites you to our Knitting and Counseling sessions, a unique blend of creative therapy and emotional well-being support. This depression and anxiety therapy group is co-facilitated by Ross Peery and Paige Reeves.

Event Details:

📅 Dates: September 11, 18, 25 | October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | November 6, 13, 20, 27 ⏰ Time: 10:00 AM 🏢 Location: Booker T. Washington Center, 401 Monroe St, Macon, GA 31201

Why Knitting and Counseling?

Crafting, particularly knitting, has been recognized as a therapeutic activity that can alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety. It's a creative outlet that fosters relaxation and focus while providing a sense of accomplishment. By combining the art of knitting with counseling support, we offer a holistic approach to healing.

Expert Facilitators:

Our sessions are co-facilitated by Ross Peery and Paige Reeves, experienced professionals who understand the challenges of managing depression and anxiety. They create a safe and nurturing environment for participants to share, learn, and grow.

Weekly Support:

These meetings occur every Monday, providing consistent and reliable support for individuals dealing with depression and anxiety. Except for holidays, we're here to help you navigate your mental health journey within this therapy group.

Join Us:

Whether you're an experienced knitter or have never picked up a pair of needles, everyone is welcome. Come connect with others who understand and share your struggles. Together, we'll craft our way to better mental health.

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