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  • Availability : Accepting New Patients
  • Women's Center for Advancement
  • 3302 Leavenworth Street, Omaha, NE, United States
  • Support Group
  • New Program to Begin April 26th. Will Meet Every Wednesday from 4:00 - 5:00 PM

The purpose of the Men’s Trauma Support Group is to allow for the opportunity to share and grow from experiences in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental environment. This group provides continued support for Veteran Men who have

experienced trauma in their lives. This Includes:

 

  • Military experienced trauma (PTSD & MST)
  • Domestic violence
  • Sexual assault
  • Trafficking

Facilitator:   Kacie Campbell, Healing Warriors Case Manager (Veteran USAF)

  • Availability : Accepting New Patients
  • Women's Center for Advancement
  • 222 South 29th Street, Omaha, NE, United States
  • Meditation
  • Meets Every Thursday from 6:00 - 7:00 pm

The practice of meditation reveals inner calm and a deeper familiarity with one’s mind and heart.  Learn techniques to help through stressful moments and build skills to help you live a more purposeful life.  Equip individuals with the skills needed to bring about positive changes through the cultivation of kindness, compassion, and wisdom.

Benefits:

  • Listen to your inner voice for direction, comfort, or inspiration
  • Center yourself to appreciate the miracles and gifts in your life
  • Spark your creativity and intuition
  • Boost your immune system and improve health
  • Lower your stress
  • Lift your depression or anxiety
  • Think more clearly
  • Relax your mind, body, and spirit
  • Increase your efficiency and productivity

Instructors:

Johnathan Woodside is our insight meditation teacher in the Theravada tradition engaged in bringing mindfulness and self-inquiry into the mainstream of wellness programs and daily life. He is an active instructor at various locations in Omaha

Nebraska where he encourages greater self-awareness through stillness and dynamic meditation practices. He leads classes and retreats on mindfulness meditation for the promotion of greater health and wellness in our community.

 

Michelle Miller

After a career in secondary education, Michelle earned an M.S./Ed.S. degree in mental health counseling, seeking to help people tap into their innate ability to heal and be well. Combining her education and experience in teaching, counseling, and

holistic health practices, Michelle brings a uniquely therapeutic approach to her mindfulness instruction. She currently teaches human relations skills at the college level and is also employed as a certified yoga instructor. Michelle has been practicing

yoga and insight meditation in the Theravada tradition for over ten years and specializes in using yoga and meditation as tools for stress management and mental health.

  • Availability : Accepting New Patients
  • Women's Center for Advancement
  • 222 South 29th Street, Omaha, NE, United States
  • Meditation
  • Meets Every Thursday from 5:00 - 6:00 pm

What is Trauma Sensitive Yoga?
When a person experiences trauma, the memory of it is held not only in the mind but also in the body. Practicing Trauma Sensitive Yoga postures and breathing exercises helps to rewire pathways in the brain, decreasing the frequency and severity of trauma symptoms. Trauma Sensitive Yoga is yoga that is specially adapted to the needs of those who have experienced traumatic events, whether from a recent single episode or from long past childhood events. Through gentle guidance with specific dialogue about movement, breath and awareness in a supported environment one can feel truly safe, present and healthy in one’s own body.

  • Availability : Accepting New Patients
  • Women's Center for Advancement
  • 222 South 29th Street, Omaha, NE, United States
  • Meditation
  • Meets Every Tuesday 10:00 am - 11:00 am

What is Trauma Sensitive Yoga?
When a person experiences trauma, the memory of it is held not only in the mind but also in the body. Practicing Trauma Sensitive Yoga postures and breathing exercises helps to rewire pathways in the brain, decreasing the frequency and severity of trauma symptoms. Trauma Sensitive Yoga is yoga that is specially adapted to the needs of those who have experienced traumatic events, whether from a recent single episode or from long past childhood events. Through gentle guidance with specific dialogue about movement, breath and awareness in a supported environment one can feel truly safe, present and healthy in one’s own body.

  • Availability : Accepting New Patients
  • Lutheran Family Services
  • 1811 West 2nd Street, Grand Island, NE, United States
  • Group Therapy
  • 8:00 PM - Second Monday of the month

At Ease includes peer-to-peer group therapy and support sessions both for veterans and for family members at these locations. In addition to the clinics, At Ease USA has a network of preferred providers throughout the state to assist those in less populated communities.