Mindful Connections and Self Care Retreat
Presentation by Jane Reilly, M.S. & Executive Director
These are uncertain times where helping professionals are confronting unprecedented challenges which understandably might lead to increased levels of anxiety, compassion fatigue, and burnout.
To maintain a sense of purpose for the school year amidst a pandemic, this online retreat is intended to provide the helping professionals life-changing, proven tools, and resources needed to strengthen their social and emotional resilience and mindful self-care.
Hennepin Healthcare EMS
With COVID-19 and civil unrest overwhelming our local communities and communities worldwide, first responders face exhausting schedules, traumatic calls, and fears for the lives of themselves and their families on top of an already demanding role.
Stillpoint Engage is offering resources to support emergency medical services and first responders, in Minnesota. Learn more about our partnership with Hennepin Healthcare EMS.
World Mental Health Day
Riverfront Residents Learn about the tools for resilience
August 31, 2020 -- Thanks to Mill City Commons for the opportunity to present to their membership recently. Executive Director and Co-Founder Jane Reilly talked to the group about Stillpoint Engage, highlighting the work with humanitarian aid workers globally, as well as local work with Hennepin Healthcare EMS. Learn more about our programs.
The event was part of the Women Who Make a Difference series.
Mill City Commons brings together neighbors 55+ in Minneapolis's central Riverfront neighborhood. The organization is a village community that provides activities and learning opportunities to help members live healthy, vibrant lives.
One attendee said, “The tools for resilience are so necessary for us all right now (and always). Your work with first responders (your app is genius!) and Native American youth and elders is so timely and critical. We hope more people will come to learn about Stillpoint Engage as we have, and feel equally moved to learn more about the great work you are doing.”
If you’d like to have someone from Stillpoint Engage speak to your group, email us at engage@StillpointEngage.org.