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Mental Health Awareness Month: Loudoun County’s Crisis Intervention Team presented by Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman
Cascades Library
Thursday, May. 1 ,7:00 pm
Learn about Loudoun County's Crisis Intervention Team and how the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office works in the field and at the Adult Detention Center with people suffering from mental illness. Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman helped bring crisis intervention training to the County after assessing the frequency of law enforcement interactions involving mental illness. Meet deputies who have participated in the training and learn about their experiences.

For adults.
 
Mental Health Awareness Month: Navigating Your Ocean of Emotion presented by Licensed Certified Social Worker Debra Dalby
Cascades Library
Saturday, May. 3 ,10:30 am-12:00 pm
Ever experience being hijacked by your emotions? Ever wonder why we have to have emotions? Discover how emotions work and why they are an important part of our development and growth – no matter your age! Debra Dalby has 20 years of experience in the field of mental health and wellbeing. She is trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy, Sensory Motor Psychotherapy and Brain Neurology.For adults.
 
Mental Health Awareness Month: Reading and Discussion
Gum Spring Library
Wednesday, May. 7 ,7:00 pm
Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness by Susannah Cahalan
A gripping memoir and medical suspense story about a young New York Post reporter's struggle with a rare and terrifying disease, opening a new window into the fascinating world of brain science.
For adults.
 
Mental Health Awareness Month: In Our Own Voices
Purcellville Library
Thursday, May. 8 ,7:00 pm
Loudoun residents will explain the challenges and dark days of mental illness and describe their paths toward recovery. You will leave full of admiration for their courage and enthusiastic about their futures. For teens and adults.
 
Mental Health Awareness Month: In Our Own Voices
Sterling Library
Tuesday, May. 20 ,7:00 pm
Loudoun residents will explain the challenges and dark days of mental illness and describe their paths toward recovery. You will leave full of admiration for their courage and enthusiastic about their futures. For teens and adults.
 
Mental Health Awareness Month: Stress and Teens - Helping Your Teen Cope with High School Stress presented by Caryll Jefferies, Psy.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Gum Spring Library
Wednesday, May. 21 ,7:00 pm
High school can be a very stressful time for teenagers. With pressure to succeed, increased independence, social issues and their future looming around the corner, teens can become extremely stressed. Come listen to some practical suggestions about how to talk to your teen about stress and how to manage their stress. Dr. Jefferies is a child and adolescent psychologist with 15 years of experience. For parents of teens.
 
Mental Health Awareness Month: Reading and Discussion
Purcellville Library
Thursday, May. 22 ,7:00 pm
Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness by Susannah Cahalan
A gripping memoir and medical suspense story about a young New York Post reporter's struggle with a rare and terrifying disease, opening a new window into the fascinating world of brain science.
For adults.
 
Mental Health Awareness Month: In Our Own Voices
Gum Spring Library
Thursday, May. 22 ,7:00 pm
Loudoun residents will explain the challenges and dark days of mental illness and describe their paths toward recovery. You will leave full of admiration for their courage and enthusiastic about their futures. For teens and adults.
 
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