RAHWAY – Area residents will be able to learn about two mental health issues through programs led by the New Jersey Mental Health Players at the Rahway Public Library in March.
The Mental Health Players have served New Jersey audiences for over 30 years by dramatizing real-life, mental health issues. The program’s goal is to teach the signs and symptoms of two mental health issues during the one-hour sessions. The sessions include real-life role-plays and will be directly followed by interactive discussions between the audience and the presenters facilitated by the Program Director Sharon Curran. Materials explaining mental health and associated stigma will be distributed to the audience during the program.
The New Jersey Mental Health Players will be appearing at the Rahway Public Library on Monday, March 14 at 2 p.m. and Wednesday, March 23, at 6:30 p.m.
On Monday, March 14, the Mental Health Players will explore helping individuals and their families cope with the life changes associated with aging. On Wednesday, March 23, the players will look at family anxiety issues especially between parent and children.
Call 1-732-340-1551 x 212 to register. The library is located at 2 City Hall Plaza, Rahway.
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