Therapy Space For Our Community is our outreach umbrella for community engagement. On this page you will find public events, workshops, and discussions pertaining to mental health issues. Our intension is to raise visibility, increase dialogue, and reduce stigma. Please check back often!
February 27th 2017
Therapy Space is pleased to be a sponsor of “Arty Gras”, a fundraising event supporting Monroe Street Fine Arts Center. MSFA provides arts based programs in a welcoming, inclusive environment where kids come together to learn, make and share music and art.
JULY 9TH AND 10TH 2016
PEACE WITH BODY, PEACE WITH SELF
A Retreat for Recovery, Creative Expression, and Self- Connection Cost: $165 if registered by June 15th, $185 if registered by July 8th, $205 if registered day-of.
PROVIDERS: -JAMIE PEKAREK KROHN, LPC, CYT -KELLY TOLTZIEN, ATR, LPC-IT -KRISTEN RADTKE, LPC-IT, CMI -MARY WILLIAMS, LPC, ATR MEIDO ZENTETSU MOORE, ABBOT OF KORINJI ZEN MONASTERY
TO REGISTER, CONTACT KRISTEN RADTKE at firstname.lastname@example.org or (815)-520-6023
Yoga for Anxiety
This class is designed for any one who is interested in using Yoga as a technology to reduce anxiety. We will focus on breathe work, mindfulness, and core yoga postures.
Instructor: Brenda Heideman, LCSW RYT 200
When: September 16th – December 9th 2015 from 6:30-7:30 pm
Cost: $15 drop in
Where: Hancock Center for Dance and Movement Therapy
16 N. Hancock street Madison WI
Contact: Brenda@therapyspacemadison.com or 608-572-2101.
Slow Flow Yoga for Social Workers: Connect with your Body of Knowledge
2015 NASW Wisconsin Annual Conference
Tuesday October 20th 8:00 – 9:00 am
SHERATON MADISON HOTEL, John Nolan Drive
Brenda Heideman, LCSW, RYT 200 has been practicing as a clinical social worker since she graduated from the University of Maryland-Baltimore in 1999. That year she also began practicing yoga which has been a part of her self care practice ever since. In 2007 she completed her Yoga teacher Training at the Kripalu Discovery School in St. Augustine, Florida where she was also in private practice for several years. In 2013 she Co-created Therapy Space LLC, a private practice in downtown Madison where she currently practices and provides clinical Supervision.
Group for Trans* & Gender Exploring Teens and Adults
Meets Wednesdays October 14, 2015 to December 2, 2015 8:00pm-9:00pm
LOCATION: Therapy Space, LLC 740 Regent Street Suite 202
COST: $20 per meeting (sliding scale considered on a case-by-case basis)
This is a supportive group for people exploring a gender identity or expression that transcends traditional stereotypes, blends or breaks the gender binary, or otherwise pushes normative ideas about gender. This dynamic group welcomes those who identify as transgender (male:female & female:male), androgynous, gender non-conforming, gender-queer, non-binary, or those who are seriously questioning gender.
Therapeutic Eating Disorder Group
Weekly beginning November 11th 2014
Tuesdays 9-10 am
Location: Hancock Center For Dance/Movement Therapy, Inc.
16 North Hancock Street, Madison WI
This is an open, weekly drop-in group using talk processing, meditation/mindfulness and movement. This group is for anyone seeking space to explore, without judgment, where they are right now in their recovery journey and are curious to find ways to keep moving.
Drop-in Cost: $20 cash
*25% will be divided and donated to support the following organizations: NEDA (National Eating Disorder Association) ETD (Erasing the Distance) EBT (Eat, Breathe, Thrive)
Jamie Pekarek Krohn, LPC is a psychotherapist and Clinical Partner at Therapy Space, LLC and will soon be completing her 200 hour yoga teacher training. She has been a clinician for 12 years with extensive work in eating disorders, anxiety, and relational trauma and finds it is beneficial to work with both the mind and body to heal. For questions please feel free to contact Jamie at 608-293-2184 or at email@example.com.
Erasing the Distance – Thank you for your support and engagement Madison!
In fall 2014 Therapy Space, LLC will be hosting Erasing the Distance, a Chicago based non-profit organization that uses theatre to shed light on issues of mental health. ETD accomplishes its mission by gathering true stories, transcribing them verbatim and then shaping them into monologues performed by some of Chicago’s best professional actors.
The first ever Madison show will be presented free of cost at the downtown Madison Central Library, third floor art gallery on October 25th. It will feature 5 monologues, all bringing to life mental health experiences of women. Topics covered include such things as depression, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, substance abuse, and sexual assault. The show itself will be followed by a facilitated discussion by ETD and Therapy Space clinicians.
Erasing the Distance: Women’s Mental Health Show
Saturday October 25th 7:30-10:30
Madison Central Library, 3rd Floor Art Gallery
To reserve a FREE ticket please go to: Erasing the Distance Madison tickets
Please watch this informative video about Erasing the Distance process and performances