Healing from Depression and Anxiety
with Douglas Bloch
Become the creator and director of your own personalized mental health recovery program.
Live sessions start Sunday, October 27, 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. (CT)
Discover a three-part mental health recovery program that will allow you to live optimally and to reduce your symptoms of depression and anxiety. In this interactive class, you will create a vision statement for wellness, learning tools and wellness strategies that will bring this statement of truth into manifestation. Discover non-traditional, eclectic approaches that incorporate spiritual principles.
- Session 1: Sunday, October 27
- Session 2: Sunday, November 3
- Session 3: Sunday, November 10
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
- Describe the three pillars of mental health recovery.
- Discover how to become the creator and director of your own personalized mental health recovery program.
- Create a vision statement of wellness.
- Explain why support is important to good mental health, and how to create the social support that you need.
- Define the role of affirmative prayer in mental health recovery.
- Identify natural alternatives to Prozac and other pharmaceuticals.
About Your Facilitator:
Douglas Bloch, M.A., is an author, teacher, and mental health educator who writes and speaks on the topics of psychology, healing, and spirituality. He earned his bachelor’s in psychology from New York University and an master’s in counseling from the University of Oregon.
Douglas is the author of 12 books, including the New Thought works Words That Heal: Affirmations and Meditations for Daily Living and Listening to Your Inner Voice, as well as Healing from Depression: 12 Weeks to a Better Mood. Additionally, Douglas maintains a website on depression recovery (healingfromdepression.com) as well as a YouTube channel that has more than 20,000 subscribers, more than 100,000 visitors a month, and has been seen by more than 1.7 million viewers.
Douglas makes his home in Portland, Oregon, where for the past 17 years he has facilitated ongoing depression and anxiety support groups with his partner, Joan.