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Aspire Workshops

Providing our community with engaging programs

We strive to provide relevant and interesting programs in our community!

Check in with us as we continue to develop and present workshops on a variety of topics!

If you, your organization, or your group are interested in a previous workshop, please contact our office to discuss your options.

Previous Workshops

Distraction Faction
Managing ADHD in Adulthood

Tired of hearing jokes about squirrels?
Team up with Aspire
and learn effective strategies for managing ADHD!
This 2 week, in-person, workshop is designed to give you the tools needed to understand how ADHD works, what techniques could be used, and how to manage mental health when we feel so “out of place”.​

Myths and Men
Debunking Illusions About Emotions

It’s difficult to talk about feelings! It’s really tough to talk about feelings when you’re a guy. Join us for a program where you can learn how to notice, identify, communicate, and embrace our emotional sides. This 2-week session for men will provide a great space to explore the psychology of being a guy in a society that does not always encourage them to be emotional.​​

Ground Control to Major Mom
Managing Disconnect as a Parent in a Time of "Social" Connection


Have we lost contact with our base? Being a mom has always been hard, and in today’s society of social media and supermom, parenting can seem even more daunting, leaving us feeling like we are floating in space. While we strive to juggle all the demands of life, we may feel isolated and ashamed that we aren’t 100% there in every activity, in every moment, and in every aspect of our families’ lives.

In this program, we discuss the pressures faced by moms, strategies for maintaining mental health, setting boundaries, and taking time to breathe.

Mates, Dates, and Sexting Mistakes
The Psychology of Friendships, Relationships, Sex, and Healthy Connections

Friendships; relationships; sex – we are bombarded with ideas about the importance of these connections in our lives – but are we getting the “right” information?

Join us in understanding the psychology of connection, and its the impact on our self-esteem and mental health.

Please note that this program is geared towards teenagers aged 14+ and includes the topics of sex, intimate partner violence, suicide, and self-harm.

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