TEA THERAPY RX

Welcome to Tea Therapy Rx, where tea meets therapy. One of the best ways to begin any feat is to complete a simple therapeutic task to get in the right mindset, and one of our favorites is making tea! So join us every last Monday of the month with your favorite (de)caffeinated beverage as we discuss healthy ways to manage stress. In addition, through the expertise of our guest speakers, workbooks, and volunteer opportunities, we hope to invoke the confidence of each individual to resiliently conquer their struggles with us.

 

In Loving Memory of Ian Mallon

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The Founders

Tea Therapy RX was founded by a team of MSN-Prepared nurses from Arizona State University. Each of them had witnessed or personally experienced the stigma of mental illness and the challenges of finding adequate social support and resources. As a result, they have created a safe place to promote content, strategies, and skills that college students can utilize as they transition into adulthood.

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WHAT WE DO

At Tea Therapy Rx, we believe there is an endless amount of untapped resources to discover and share as a community. With a daring attitude, a strong cup of tea (or beverage of your choice), and a little help from those around you, anything is possible! We are committed to providing each individual an environment that is welcoming, uplifting, and understanding.

Join us on the last Monday of every month (via Zoom) as we introduce a wide variety of guest speakers who are experts in their fields. Subjects cover a wide range of topics, including nutrition for mental health, breathwork, stress management, and surviving sexual and domestic violence.

We also provide Arizona State University students with volunteer opportunities that promote mental health awareness and are working towards compiling a database of literature and workbooks for continued individualized learning.

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Matt Haig

Mental health problems don’t define who you are. They are something you experience. You walk in the rain and you feel the rain, but, importantly, YOU ARE NOT THE RAIN.

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FREE WORKBOOKS FOR INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING

ADDICTION RECOVERY

ALCOHOL & YOU

MANAGING YOUR ANXIETY

FACING YOUR EMOTIONS

ANTIDEPRESSANT SKILLS

STRESS MANAGEMENT- PROBLEM SOLVING AND WELLBEING

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