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Stress Busters

Ages 3-6, recommended

Stress Busters

Friday Mornings

10:00-10:45 am

Ages 3-6 & caregivers (intended for these ages, but all are welcome)

Advance registration is appreciated, but not required.

Drop-ins are always welcome!

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Everyone has big feelings at times. Children and adolescents who learn to manage those feelings at an earlier age have a big advantage in life. It’s an important skill for growing minds!

Families Forward at Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties is teaming up with Briggs District Library to offer fun and engaging skills-based groups at the library. These groups will help youth of all ages learn practical skills to help them manage life stress, improve their social skills, and have fun doing it!

This youngest group focuses on easy activities children can do to help feel better when they are facing big feelings. Learn about mindfully paying attention to movement and breathing, using artwork to express feelings, and how laughter helps us feel better. 

The Stress Busters groups meet every Friday morning in the Meeting Room at the library (unless otherwise noted). New participants are always welcome – come join us! Registration is appreciated, but not required.

For more information, contact Jody Nelson at 517-346-8094.  

This program is made possible through a collaboration between Briggs District Library, Families Forward and Clinton Substance Awareness and Prevention.

Families Forward, Children First. Community Mental Health, Serving Clinton, Eaton and Ingham Counties                                                                                                            Clinton Substance awareness and Prevention Coalition logo