Fall Speaker Series of Intensive Family Support Services of Middlesex County

September 21, 2017

October 2, 2017 (Monday at 7-9pm)


Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping 


Speaker: Laurie Goldman, Special Projects Coordinator, Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ)


Learn how to “Tap” away stress and anxiety through the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). This life changing technique is easy to learn and has been successfully used to free people from anxiety disorders, emotional traumas, chronic pain, compulsions, addictions, and stressors of everyday life by “tapping” on pressure points throughout the body.

 

This service is one of many programs run by CSPNJ, a not-for-profit organization with 25 Wellness Centers throughout the state of New Jersey.


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November 6, 2017 (Monday at 7-9pm)


Cracking Up: Stand Up for Mental Health


Featuring: A Voice Award Winning Documentary, Directed by Tara Shortt, Created by David Granirer
Laughter is the Best Medicine and Comedy is a Powerful tool to help change public stigma! Cracking Up is a
Voice Award Winning Documentary that follows a year in the life of Stand Up For Mental Health (SMH).

 

In this documentary you will see a group of twelve courageous and naturally gifted people who suffer the stigma of mental illness on a daily basis. Many of them have survived suicide attempts, psychotic breaks and have been in and out of institutions for years. But ultimately, they set out to confront their challenges and find humor in some of their most horrible and emotionally painful experiences. SMH creates a positive and inclusive platform for people to share stories and laughter and contribute towards breaking down and helping end stigma.

 

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For more information call: (732) 235-6184.

 

 

DIRECTIONS
Rutgers-University Behavioral Health Care
671 Hoes Lane W
Piscataway, NJ 08854


New Jersey Turnpike (Exit 9 coming from South)
Turn off at Exit 9 (New Brunswick). Follow Route 18 North toward New Brunswick
and Piscataway. Cross over the John Lynch Bridge to the River Rd./Highland Park exit
(jug handle) and make a right onto River Road (you will be heading away from
Highland Park). About 2 miles down on River Road make a right turn at 4th light,
which is Johnson Dr./Hoes Lane West. Continue about ½ mile to Rutgers-UBHC
campus.*


New Jersey Turnpike (Exit 10 coming from North)
Turn off at Exit 10. Follow Interstate 287 North. Come to Piscataway area. Take Bound
Brook/Highland Park Exit #9. At Exit #9, turn left on River Road and proceed to fourth light,
Johnson Dr./Hoes Lane West, and turn left. Continue about ½ mile to Rutgers-UBHC campus.*
Route 18

 

Take Route 18 North over the John Lynch Bridge to River Rd./Highland Park exit
(jughandle). Make a right onto River Road (you will be heading away from Highland
Park). About 2 miles down on River Road make a right turn at 4th light, which is
Johnson Dr./Hoes Lane West. Continue about ½ mile to Rutgers-UBHC campus.*

 

*Parking Information*
Please park in lot C on the right before Rutgers-UBHC main building or lot B on the
left, across the street from the Rutgers-UBHC main building.


*From parking lot B, cross over Hoes Lane West towards flagpole, enter UBHC main
building to your left (last door) and obtain further directions from receptionist.
Parking permits/decals are not needed after 6pm.

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