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Monthly Educational Meeting

NAMI AOP holds a monthly educational meeting on the first Tuesday of each month.. This meeting is open to anyone who is interested in mental health issues. Meetings usually have a guest speaker. Past guest speakers have included a psychiatrist, a psychopharmacologist, legislators, state and local mental health leaders, and other great local resources etc. No meeting is held in July or August.

Price: $0.00

Date: October 2, 2018

Monthly Educational Meeting

11-6: NAMI In Our Own Voice presentation by Sarah Creager and Anna Montanucci. More info here: Connectors/

NAMI AOP holds a monthly educational meeting on the first Tuesday of each month.. This meeting is open to anyone who is interested in mental health issues. Meetings usually have a guest speaker. Past guest speakers have included a psychiatrist, a psychopharmacologist, legislators, state and local mental health leaders, and other great local resources etc. No meeting is held in July or August.

Price: $0.00

Date: November 6, 2018

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: November 6, 2018

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: November 6, 2018

Family Support Group - Anderson

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: November 13, 2018

Monthly Educational Meeting

12/4 meeting: Presentation by Kurt Stutler.  Topic will be pastors and mental illness.

NAMI AOP holds a monthly educational meeting on the first Tuesday of each month.. This meeting is open to anyone who is interested in mental health issues. Meetings usually have a guest speaker. Past guest speakers have included a psychiatrist, a psychopharmacologist, legislators, state and local mental health leaders, and other great local resources etc. No meeting is held in July or August.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 4, 2018

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 4, 2018

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 4, 2018

Family Support Group - Anderson

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 11, 2018

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: January 1, 2019

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: February 5, 2019

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: February 5, 2019

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: February 5, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: February 10, 2019

Family Support Group - Anderson

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: February 12, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: February 17, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: February 24, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: March 3, 2019

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: March 5, 2019

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: March 5, 2019

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: March 5, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: March 10, 2019

Family Support Group - Anderson

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: March 12, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: March 17, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: March 24, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: March 31, 2019

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: April 2, 2019

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: April 2, 2019

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: April 2, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: April 7, 2019

Family Support Group - Anderson

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: April 9, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: April 14, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: April 28, 2019

Family to Family Course beginning February 10, 2019! Click for details!

Our next FREE NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 10 through May 5, except Easter Sunday, from 2:30- 5:00 pm in Clemson. The course is for anyone who has an adult (17 or older) relative with a mental illness. Illnesses covered are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, OCD, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and co-occurring brain and addictive disorders. Topics discussed will be symptoms of mental illness, brain biology, psychiatric medications, communication and problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care, recovery and advocacy.
Pre-registration is required and class size is limited to 20 people.  For more information or to register, contact:  Michelle Ready, 864-882-5131

Price: $0.00

Date: May 5, 2019

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: May 7, 2019

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: May 7, 2019

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: May 7, 2019

Family Support Group - Anderson

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: May 14, 2019

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: June 4, 2019

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: June 4, 2019

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: June 4, 2019

Family Support Group - Anderson

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: June 11, 2019

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: July 2, 2019

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: July 2, 2019

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: July 2, 2019

Family Support Group - Anderson

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: July 9, 2019

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: August 6, 2019

Connection Support Group - Pendleton

Recovery support groups are offered free for people living with mental illness where people learn from one another’s experiences, share coping strategies and offer mutual encouragement and understanding. The groups provide an ongoing opportunity to discuss the challenges of living with a mental health condition and techniques for maintaining wellness.  You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be no meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: September 3, 2019

Family Support Group - Pendleton

Monthly Networking and support opportunities family members of someone with a mental health concern.   These free meetings of parents, caregivers and friends of individuals with mental or behavioral impairments can talk frankly about their challenges and concerns and help one another through their learned wisdom.  Participants are encouraged to share actively in the work of the group.    You must be 18 years of age to attend. Every first Tuesday of the month except for January and August there will be NO meeting.

Price: $0.00

Date: September 3, 2019

Monthly Educational Meeting

Nicole Grimm, MA, LPC – Therapist
NicoleGrimmArt@gmail.com
(864) 643-5498
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist, Nicole creates a safe, welcoming environment that will enable clients to create positive change in their life, family and community.
Working together with clients, Nicole engages in a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions, including art therapy, to help clients thrive and fulfill their life goals.  To make life changes, awareness, courage and positive actions are needed.  Through the process of creating art in therapy, skills linked to courage and taking action are practiced and refined.  As counseling is not an art class clients do not have to be artistic and create a masterpiece.  Making art in session is often soothing, comforting and gratifying.
Nicole believes everyone is unique.  As such, some people are suited for art therapy and others find talking more beneficial.  To accommodate everyone she uses an integrative combination of techniques, such as cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy, in addition to art therapy.
Nicole is dedicated to not only helping others, but also in creating a better community and world.  To this end, she is invested in the local arts scene and is an active ceramic artist.  She is also a gardener and involved in the farm to table food movement.
Nicole has over ten years experience counseling both children and adults.  She work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, career choices, student adjustment, academic challenges, parenting struggles and relationship problems.  Whatever the concern, she is passionate about helping clients live a full and dynamic life.

First Baptist Church in Pendleton SC

351 S. Broad St.
Pendleton
SC
29670
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: September 3, 2019

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