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Choices in Recovery Workshop


If you are an adult living with mental health concerns, you won’t want to miss out on this excellent series. NAMI Central Virginia is proud to offer Choices in Recovery –  A Free Educational Program to Support Your Mental Health Treatment and Recovery Journey. The December 2020 workshops will focus on Managing Stress and Anxiety Around the Holidays. This group will help attendees identify problems that interfere with personal and treatment goals, and help to empower them to explore solutions that work. The following topics will be explored:

  • Identifying problems that interfere with personal and treatment goals
  • Empowering to explore individual solutions that work
  • Encouraging attendees to share and partner with their treatment team
  • Discuss supportive treatment options
Join Leah Baldwin, LCSW CSAC as she guides peers through strategies that can work for them. The next four-part series will be held on the following dates:


Tuesday, 12/8
Thursday, 12/10
Tuesday 12/15
Thursday 12/17
Each session will be from 1:00 - 2:30 P.M. on the dates above.


Registration is limited to 10 participants. To get signed up, fill out the form below, and we will confirm registration soon thereafter!


About the Facilitator:

Leah Baldwin is a licensed clinical social worker, and certified substance abuse counselor currently representing Janssen Neuroscience as a community mental health liaison. She has been working in the Richmond area for about 15 years in a variety of settings. Currently she focuses on providing education and support to individuals diagnosed with mental illness. Her goals are to meet people where they are at, and help them find value, meaning and purpose in their daily lives to support treatment and recovery.


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