Mind Matters: Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience, a curriculum used by youth- and adult-serving programs, provides powerful tools to help people move past the effects of trauma and adverse experiences.
Organizations currently using Mind Matters in groups have seen great outcomes. And, they let us know that they also wanted to use the materials in one-on-one settings.
Mind Matters author Carolyn Curtis adapted the 12 lessons of Mind Matters into 21 (15- 20 minute) one-on-one sessions. Her new guidance allows home visitors, mentors, and social workers to seamlessly utilize Mind Matters with individuals and families.
Preview Mind Matters (including the new one-one-one guidance appendix) for 15 days by visiting digital.dibbleinstitute.org/MM. Use the access code – MindMatters15 – to see for yourself!