Aug 14 and 16, 7:00pm: This Year [a new musical], by Elle Tyler.
The song cycle from a brand new musical-in-progress: one year in the life of four friends navigating life in the context of depression and the effects it has on one’s self and one’s relationships.
Wednesday, August 14, 7pm at Still Cellars in Longmont
Friday, August 16, 7pm at Trident Booksellers in Boulder
For more information go to https://www.stillcellars.com/event/this-year-a-new-musical-by-elle-tyler/
Aug 22, 2019 to Aug 30, 2019, Thu-Fri 7:30 pm: The Royal Players’ Guild: Escape.
Boulder playwright Nigel Knutzen is the mind behind this heart-rending drama that grapples with mental health and its hidden implications. Escape is the story of a man in his mid 30s who finds himself isolated in a mental health facility. Alone, terrified, and no longer able to run from the trauma of his past, he is finally forced to confront the voices that have haunted him all his life. Escape is a heart-wrenching tale that seeks to transform our personal relationship with those suffering from the unseen illnesses of the mind. At the Carsen Theater, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder, CO 80302. 303-444-7328. tickets.thedairy.org
September 8 to November 17: NAMI Family-to-Family Class
Sundays from 5:30-8:30pm in Louisville
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
September 14, 11am to 6:30pm: Many More Tomorrows Mental Health Festival
Presented by Supporting Action for Mental Health, Longmont Colorado
More information will be posted soon; be sure to save the date!
September 21, 9:00am: Mental Health Colorado Brain Run
A mental health FUNdraiser organized by the Mental Health Colorado Brain Wave
September 22, 5:00pm: The Intersection of Mental Health and Criminal Justice, a benefit for NAMI Denver
September 27, 8:00am to 4:30pm: Bridging the Divide Suicide Prevention and Awareness Summit
Bridging the Divide is Colorado’s annual suicide prevention and awareness summit. The 2019 theme is Promoting Community Engagement and Impact in Suicide Prevention.
This years summit will be one day on September 27, 2019 in Fort Collins CO. The summit will feature keynote speakers Bart Andrews of Behavioral Health Response and Chris Jachimiec of Military and Veteran’s Survivors of Loved Ones to Suicide. We will also host 4 panel discussions addressing the topics of lived experience, upstream community engagement, coalition building and lethal means. Ticket prices include lunch.
October 3, 7:30am to 10:30am: Sleep and Your Mood
The Sutherland Bipolar Center & Foundation presents….
SLEEP AND YOUR MOOD: THE BENEFITS OF GOOD SLEEP FOR YOUR BRAIN
Presenter: Dr. Vyga Kaufmann
- Everyone sleeps! But how rejuvenated do you feel in the morning? Do you have questions about sleep like the ones above that you’d like to know the answers to? Find out about the science of sleep and how a good restful night (or an awful uneasy night) makes a significant difference in how you feel. Dr. Kaufmann will give specific recommendations on sleep habits and will explain the relationship between sleep and mood. Is it normal to lose sleep over the ending of a relationship?
- Is there a way to hack sleep so I can get to the stage of restorative sleep faster?
- How much sleep do I really need to stay healthy?
- What is insomnia? Do I have it?
- How is my mental diagnosis tied in to sleep?
- What is considered an effective treatment for insomnia?
October 19: NAMI Colorado Annual Meeting and Conference
Details to follow; be sure to save the date!