Workplace Matters

Wednesday, September 15, 2021
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Stand-alone session IN PERSON at the Community Resource Center, Kaleidoscope Room, 805 West University, Georgetown. (12 people max)

This workshop puts together some essential and timely tips that truly matter in today’s workplace environment. Workplace Matters takes a common sense approach to business etiquette concerns such as professionalism in the workplace, social media use, and customer service.

This cost free workshop will be hosted by a team of caring professionals with the TBCH Hope Program for anyone who works or lives in Georgetown.

To register please click here.


Express Yourself Workshops

Wednesdays, October 6, 13, & 20, 2021
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

These workshops combine mindfulness skills with art therapy. These workshops are a way to have fun while at the same time connecting with yourself and others through personal expression. (12 people max)
  • October 6: The Art in Your Heart – Part 1. Participating in the process of this expressive arts activity will assist you to build self-awareness around your emotional self. Emotions tend to disturb you until you pay attention and identify the emotion you are feeling. What we view as positive or negative – all emotions point to a need.
  • October 13: The Art in Your Heart – Part 2. Participating in the process of this expressive arts activity will assist you to build self-awareness around your emotional self. Emotions tend to disturb you until you pay attention and identify the emotion you are feeling. What we view as positive or negative – all emotions point to a need.
  • October 20: Your Future Self – Participating in the process of this expressive arts activity will assist you in determining your future self-motivations, goals setting, and moving forward.

These cost free workshops will be hosted by a team of caring professionals with the TBCH Hope Program for anyone who works or lives in Georgetown.

To register please click here.

Managing Stress Well

Wednesday, November 10, 2021
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Stand-alone session IN PERSON at the Community Resource Center, Kaleidoscope Room, 805 West University, Georgetown. (12 people max)

There are many creative possibilities available to manage stress well. Actively managing stress well in life is key to enjoying the daily activities of work, family, relaxation, and fun. Develop new ways to connect with others in a relaxed, positive way.

This cost free workshop will be hosted by a team of caring professionals with the TBCH Hope Program for anyone who works or lives in Georgetown.

To register please click here.

The Win-Win Approach (6-week online group)

Mondays, January 24 - March 7, 2022
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

The Win-Win Approach will provide you with conflict resolution tools to achieve peaceful resolutions and guard your family relationships from destructive conflict. These six group sessions are designed for individuals, age 17 and up, whether the issue is between couples, parent and child, or siblings. These group sessions will focus on learning conflict resolution skills that will benefit all your relationships.
  • January 24: The Win-Win Approach: Opponents or Partners?
  • January 31: The Creative Response to Conflict.
  • February 7: Empathy: The Tasks of Active Listening. (Part 1)
  • February 21: Empathy: The Tasks of Active Listening. (Part 2)
  • February 28: Appropriate Assertiveness.
  • March 7: Managing Emotions.

These cost free workshops will be hosted by a team of caring professionals with the TBCH Hope Program for anyone who works or lives in Georgetown.

To register please click here.

The TBCH Hope Program offers community outreach services, individual counseling, parent support, and family services to Georgetown-based residents at no cost.