Mountain Anti-Racism Group Forming

In collaboration with The Center Against Racism & Trauma (https://lnkd.in/gsvjx5R) Mountain Counseling & Training, Inc. is sponsoring an anti-racism group for the mountain communities. Corey Jackson, CART’s director, will be supporting the effort as will individuals chosen to be on a charter committee. Together with CART and other anti-racist activist groups, we can make an impactfulContinue reading “Mountain Anti-Racism Group Forming”

CEO Writing Retreat

I recently completed about seven days at a writing retreat in Utah and created lots of blog post material from the following books: Leaders Eat Last, by Simon Sinek It’s the Manager by Jim Clifton and Jim Harter 12–The Elements of Great Managing, by Jim Harter Humor, Seriously: Why Humor Is a Secret Weapon inContinue reading “CEO Writing Retreat”

Covid-19 Supportive Services for San Bernardino County

Covid-19 Supportive Services for San Bernardino County Residents in San Bernardino County who have been laid off, are experiencing a reduction in hours or are not able to work as a result of Covid-19 may be eligible for services and assistance including: Equipment necessary for TeleworkHousing AssistanceUtility AssistanceChildcareTransportation Reach out to your Local America’s JobContinue reading “Covid-19 Supportive Services for San Bernardino County”

Mountain Counseling & Training’s 1st Annual Wellness Walk

Mountain Counseling & Training’s 1st Annual Wellness Walk We couldn’t have asked for better weather for our first annual fundraising event to help raise funds for mental health services here on our mountain. Prior to walking around Lake Gregory, our nearly 50 participants enjoyed coffee provided by Higher Grounds Coffee House and learned about local resources availableContinue reading “Mountain Counseling & Training’s 1st Annual Wellness Walk”

May Is Mental Health Month: Do Your Part to End Mental Illness Stigma

May Is Mental Health Month:  Do Your Part to End Mental Illness Stigma Think about the last time you were ill, perhaps with the flu.  What if many of your friends and families began calling after they became aware of your illness with messages like the following: “How embarrassing for you!” “You must be veryContinue reading “May Is Mental Health Month: Do Your Part to End Mental Illness Stigma”

Ask Mountain Counseling

Ask Mountain Counseling Meet Two of the Mountain Counseling TeamSince we’re still awaiting questions from the community (hint, hint), I thought we’d use this month’s column to introduce two of our MCT team—our Program Manager and one of our newest clinicians. Bethany Evans (Program Manager)Bethany Evans grew up in Lake Arrowhead and attended Rim ofContinue reading “Ask Mountain Counseling”

MCT’s New Community Service Fellowship

MCT’s New Community Service Fellowship We are excited to announce our new “Community Service Fellowship“.  This is an amazing opportunity for those yearning for community impact to: gain leadership experience, contribute to developing a growing not-for-profit’s impact.  From the summary: The Community Service Fellowship (CSF) is an unpaid six-month training and service experience.  This experience atContinue reading “MCT’s New Community Service Fellowship”

Polarotary Plunge Flash Announcement

Polarotary Plunge Flash Announcement Last minute opportunity to support  Mountain Counseling & Training, Inc. Bethany Evans, the MCT Program Manager, will be jumping in the lake with Luke the MCT therapy dog Saturday a.m.   Shoot an email to ProgramCoordinator@mountaincounseling.org for instructions as to how to contribute.  Join us Saturday for the fun (at least for Luke!).  

Welcome!

Welcome! Welcome to MCT’s BlogThis is the place to find “All Things MCT”, including: Leadership/life coaching Announcements about events/classes/groups as we provide services to Rim of the World Unified School District (ROWSD) kiddos and their families Announcements concerning opportunities on the MCT team for volunteers, paid staff roles, or board/advisory level roles Specific answers to questions regardingContinue reading “Welcome!”

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