About this Event
The City Tavern Preservation FoundationInvites you to Meet Author
Cynthia Catchings, LCSW-S, LCSW-C, CMHIMP, CFTP, EMDR,
as she discusses her new book and walks you through the benefits of journaling for self-care, practice some prompts and teach you how to create an effective dreamboard.
52-Week Mental Health Journal: Guided Prompts and Self-Reflection to Reduce Stress and Improve Wellbeing
Cynthia is the founder and executive director of the Women’s Emotional Wellness Center with offices in the DC metro area. Her book was written to help motivate people to get in touch with themselves, practice self-care, reduce stress, and improve wellbeing. This is especially important as we navigate through the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, spending long days at home, unable to socialize and gather as we used to, resulting in feelings of isolation and stress.
Guided journaling is a simple but powerful tool. It can help you attend to your emotional needs, boost your mood, and set goals both big and small. With a focused prompt for every day of the year, the 52-Week Mental Health Journal helps you navigate four core pillars of good mental health―calm and resiliency, connection and engagement, goals and purpose, and healthy living―so you can thrive in every area of your life.
Join us for an evening of discussion, reflection and guidance on this important topic at the City Tavern Club, located at 3206 M Street, NW, Washington, D.C., Friday, October 22nd from 6:30 -7:30 PM.
The cost to attend this event is $25 which includes a signed copy of the journal.
The mission of the City Tavern Preservation Foundation is to preserve and steward the City Tavern, the last remaining Federal tavern in Washington, D.C., through education and promotion of its history and significance to the public.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
City Tavern, 3206 M Street Northwest, Washington, United States