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Empowering our Community Through Mental Health Workshops

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TogetherWell is a mission-driven nonprofit and platform where organizations, families, and teams can find and request workshops about a wide range of mental health topics.

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World Book Day: Mental Health Books We Love!

Washington Psychological Wellness celebrates World Book Day by promoting some of our favorite mental health books and resources!


Happy World Book Day!

The world has been collectively experiencing trauma a result of COVID-19. We, as mental health practionners are not immune. The past year has affected us like none other and we’re still learning how to deal with the mental and emotional effects not only for ourselves but our clients. 

As mental health professionals, it's important we lean toward each other, colloborate and share as many resources as we can during tiring times. That is exactly why our team at Washington Psychological Wellness put together this list of mental health resources and books we jointly love. 

Here are two books we love:

􀀀 “It Didn’t Start with You” by Mark Wolynn

􀀀 “The Body Keeps Score” by Bessel Can Der Kolk 

For a complete List of Resources Check Out:

       Feel free to use this resource or share it with clients or colleagues! 

       What are some mental health book suggestions to add to our list!?

       We are always looking for more recommendations! 


Oliver Lubin
Chief Product & Technology Officer

What's your #1 professional priority this week?

Happy Monday all! Curious if there are shared professional priorities throughout the community — and perhaps even opportunities to help each other out. 

Jennifer KolbTriad Team
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

What's one thing about becoming licensed that you wish you had known or could change?

For me - I wish I would have broadened my scope of experience by working with differing populations. I gained most of my supervised experience hours working with children and adolescents.