May is Mental Health Month – Virtual Workshops & Events
It’s Ok not to be Ok
Recognizing the importance of access to mental and behavioral healthcare, MHARI is participating in May is Mental Health Month, starting May 1st.
This year’s May is Mental Health Month theme is “It’s Ok not to be Ok”. Hear stories of personal experiences with mental healthcare and join us for virtual workshops throughout the month.
Join Us For These Upcoming Virtual Events
We will continue to add to the list. Check back soon!
Presented by: Brooke Huminski, LICSW
This session will provide an overview on how people with eating disorders have been impacted by COVID-19 and present practical tips for staying recovery oriented during these challenging times.
Presented by: Marcia Sirois, PR Director of ENRICHri
This session will cover tips and tricks to keep kids interested and engaged while learning at home.
Presented by Thrive Behavioral Health and Integrative Wellness RI
Integrative stretching is a mindfulness-based therapeutic stretching class.
Presented by: Joy Lugo, PeaceLove
This session will explore the relationship between different emotions at once. Limited to 15 people.
Presented by: Karen Lee, Breathing Time Yoga
This will be virtual yoga session open to all levels of practice.
Presented by: Kerri Kim, Ph.D., Bradley Hospital
To register, call Chris Brown at 401-432-1205 or email
Presented by: Endless Beautiful
In this workshop, Lucas Pralle and Carolyn Decker of Endless Beautiful will guide you in a creative exercise using the Endless Beautiful Method to listen, create, and share. Our unique workshops use audio soundscapes to engage your memory and imagination while you write, draw, doodle, dance, or reflect on your experiences.
Presented by: Kim DiOrio-Rooney, PeaceLove
This session will be an interactive workshop exploring each person’s unique story and life journey. Limited to 15 people.
Presented by: Dr. Mary Carskadon, Ph.D.
This session will cover best practices for getting a good night’s sleep.
Presented by: Dr. David Dove, Ph.D.
This session will introduce strategies for psychological self-care, including living with anxiety and depression.
Presented by: The Mental Health Association of Rhode Island in Partnership with RIPIN
Know Your Rights! Insurance companies are required to provide coverage for mental healthcare, including for substance use disorder services, at the same level they cover physical health services. Join us to learn about your rights when it comes to accessing mental healthcare.
Presented by: Vilna Tejeda, MSW, LICSW, C-SSW
This session will focus on how mindfulness practice can increase resiliency.