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Prevention & Education Classes/Seminars

All workshops are provided by Behavioral Health at Henderson Hall. The workshops are open to all active duty service members, spouses, family members and retirees. Please contact us at 703-614-7204.


Women's Support Group

The goal of Women’s Support Group is to foster a positive and comfortable environment where women can learn, connect, and socialize while gaining useful information and resources. Women’s Support Group educates and empowers women, with the skills and confidence necessary to pursue goals, create a healthy lifestyle, and gain confidence for themselves and their children.


Open to Active Duty Personnel and their Spouse or Intimate Partner. Children are welcome.


Next classes:
• Wednesday, November 22 • 10:00–11:30 am • CBIRF, Indian Head, MD.
• Wednesday, December 6, 20 • 10:00–11:30 am • CBIRF, Indian Head, MD.
Please call 703-614-7204 to pre-register.


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Coping With Work and Family Life Stress

12-session evidence-based class designed to teach you how to develop and apply effective coping strategies to deal with stressors. Topics include: identifying stressors, deep breathing and muscle relaxation, assertive communication, changing your self talk, eating right and exercise, and developing a personal stress management plan. Participants must attend all sessions to receive a certificate of completion. Open to all active duty personnel, family members, and retirees. Registration is required.


Call to schedule a workshop for your Unit.


Next workshops:
• Wednesday, November 22 • 9:30–11:30 am • CBIRF, Indian Head, MD.
• Tuesdays, December 5, 12, 19 • 9:30–11:30 am • CBIRF, Indian Head, MD.

Century Anger Management Workshop

Learn eight anger control tools before it’s too late! Workshops meet Thursday afternoons at Henderson Hall from 1:30–3:30 pm unless otherwise noted. Topics include dealing with stress, empathy, learning to respond differently to situations, identifying negative self talk, communication skills, adjusting expectations, time outs, and forgiveness. Participants must complete eight sessions to receive a certificate of completion. Registration is required and referrals are welcome! Open to all active duty personnel, family members, and retirees.Workshops are available as unit PMEs upon request. Registration is required.


Next Workshops:
Thursdays, December 7, 14, 21, 28 • 1:30–3:30 pm.
Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.

Within My Reach

This two day program focuses on relationship skills and decision making to help participants achieve their goals in relationships, family and marriage. Some of the topics covered in the two day program include:

  • Knowing yourself first
  • Identifying healthy relationships and smart love
  • Communication Strategies
  • Warning signs of dangerous relationship patterns
  • Making tough relationship decisions
  • Overcoming relationship challenges
  • Stepfamilies
  • Infidelity, Distrust and Forgiveness

  Within My Reach flyer (pdf file 100 Kb)


To register please contact: Kati Groseclose, MSW, CFLE, Behavioral Health/FAP Prevention & Education, 703-693-9146, groseclosehk@usmc-mccs.org.

How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk:
A Healthy Relationships Class

Single Marines join us for Dinner in the Barracks, provided by SMP for talk on how to pick the right partner! We’ll discuss red flags in relationships, what it takes to identify future relationship goals and safe dating practices with modern day technology.


Call to schedule a workshop for your Unit.


For more information, call Bahavioral Health Branch at 703-614-7204.
Please contact us at least one (1) week in advance of the event.

Warriors Conquering Stress

Conquer Your Stress! Learn to balance your warrior intensity with holistic stress management!

  • Education: learn about stress and develop a stress management plan
  • Diet: explore the connection between food and stress
  • Yoga: discover techniques to help you manage stress, clear your mind and find balance

This class may be offered on site at your location.
Call 703-693-9146 for more information.

Infant Massage Class

Infant Massage Class (5 week series)

Whether it’s to soothe a little one to Dreamland, ease a gassy belly, or calm a fussy baby, a gentle massage can work wonders — and the power is in your tender touch.


Of the five senses, touch is the one that’s most developed at birth. Research suggests that infant massage has enormous benefits for helping babies grow and thrive including:
• Easing tummy troubles
• Boosting muscle development
• Helping soothe to sleep


What’s more, giving your baby a massage can help you find your own sense of calm!


Infant massage will be taught over a span of 5 weeks, with instructors demonstrating on dolls. For more information, please contact: Amaris Brown at brownaa@usmc-mccs.org or 703-693-7206 or 703-614-7204.

Married & Loving It!®

Married and Loving It® is a full day workshop designed for newly engaged, recently married couples, or long-term established couples. Couples should plan to attend together to get the most out of the topics covered. Class is open to DoD ID card holders and may be offered at different installations and times upon request. Registration is required.


Call to schedule a workshop for your Unit.

Sunrise Yoga, A Wellness Series

Start your morning off on the sunny-side and join us on the pool deck for a 3 part wellness series of gentle, restorative yoga. Registration is required.



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