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There are lots of things going on at NAMI Southeast Minnesota and in the community. Click here to check out our upcoming events..
DBT is a therapy modality with the goal of helping you learn to manage your difficult emotions by letting yourself experience, recognize and accept them. This facilitated group setting provides a safe place to practice DBT’s foundational skills: mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness and emotion regulation. Classes are chance to gain and practice skills to positively impact your recovery. Classes are held weekly on Tuesdays from 5:30 - 7:30pm, you may join the class any week.
Note: These are DBT skills classes only. The classes are free of charge and materials are provided.
Peer Support Specialists partner with others living with mental illness to achieve their self-determined goals.
A Peer Support Specialist is someone who has personally experienced a mental health condition, taken an active role in regaining mental health and wellness, and is willing to share those experiences to inspire, educate and guide others with similar experiences and conditions. This position will be working with mentally ill and dangerous individuals in Olmsted County and the Mankato area. Please visit our Careers Page for additional information.
On Saturday, November 23rd the beauty and versatility of the human voice will be celebrated at the 9th annual SE MN a Cappella Festival. Once again, high school, college, and professional ensembles will gather in Rochester for great workshops, great music, great fun! The groups will perform in concerts throughout the day.
Back by popular demand, Six Appeal will be headlining our evening concert! The theme for this year's workshop is "music through the ages".
All concerts will be open to the public. A portion of the proceeds will benefit NAMI SE MN.