Montana State University Thrive Program Meeting November 8
November 7, 2018 | View PDF
Montana State University is working on a computerized Cognitive Behavior Therapy program called Thrive. This program is designed to help adults learn positive coping strategies and improve their every-mood. So far, the program has been shown to positively impact adult Montanans by reducing depression and anxiety symptoms.
There will be a community meeting on November 8, 2018 starting at 5:30. The meeting should last about an hour and a half. The meeting will be held at the Richland County Extension Office located at 1499 Nth Central Ave in Sidney. Light snacks and beverages will be provided.
During this meeting Drs. Mark Schure and Bill Bryan will summarize the Thrive project and what it means to people in your community. They will share findings from a recent trial in Montana and summarize MSU-related programs for providing mental health resources to people throughout the state. The presentations will be followed by a Q & A session.
Please RSVP to the Richland County Extension Office at 406-433-1206 if you would like to attend this event.