River Bridge Gala- Supporting Programs and Services for Victims of Abuse and Sexual Assault in our Community


RBRCs 8th Annual "Imagine" Fundraiser Gala supporting programs and services for victims of abuse and sexual assault in our community.

Imagine 8! Tickets, Sat, Apr 15, 2023 at 6:00 PM | Eventbrite

Listen in at 7pm on Sunday 3/19/2023 at 7pm - 7:30pm to hear more about this event, more about River Bridge, and if you are the first caller between 7-7:30pm - you may receive a prize if you sign up for the event with Mary during our 30-minute conversation!

World Sound Healing Day 2/14/2023


Celebrate World Sound Healing Day

World Sound Healing Day (February 14, 2023) was created by Jonathan Goldman and his wife Andi Goldman.

Today, many people believe that 528 Hz is the most beneficial sound for healing. It’s also known as the love tone or the miracle tone since it’s used to manifest miracles.


528 Hz is one of the original ancient solfeggio frequencies, which means that it harmonizes with the original creative frequencies used in Ancient Gregorian Chants such as those during the Roman Catholic Mass. Priests would use these tones and changes to bestow blessing on their congregation.


528 Hz is also known as The Frequency for Transformation. It is said to help bring about positive change on all levels including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Many believe that it has the ability to repair DNA.

Crystal singing bowls are generally made of quartz crystal, which is one of the most resonant materials in the world. They produce a sound that's so pure it can be used to balance and clear the chakras, or energy centers of the body.

Drumming is one of the most ancient of all musical instruments and has been used for centuries as part of spiritual rituals. It is a very powerful tool that can be used for healing, prayer and meditation. Drumming can also help us to connect with our inner spirit and our creative self.

There are many you can create your own celebration on this day and share your love of sound healing with others. Here are some ideas:


  1. Play music for your family and friends. Bring out your favorite albums, put on a concert and have fun. Dust off those instruments that you haven’t played in years and try them out again.


  1. Learn more about the vast array of instruments that can be used for healing like those listed above or find others that you feel drawn to such as Tibetan singing bowls, didgeridoos or flutes. Learn to play them or take a class like our Sound Healer Certification courses.


  1. Take time to meditate and focus on the vibration coming from your breath or your heartbeat, as well as from any other source such as nature sounds or music that inspires you. Let the sound flow through you and allow it to heal any negative emotions or thoughts that arise within you at this time.
World Sound Healing Day is an important day to recognize the power of sound and to learn more about its role in our lives. It's a great time to experiment with your own sounds and recordings, meditating on the effects that it has on your body, mind, and spirit.

Online Counseling

 This is a great resource for online counseling, not for a crisis or emergent mental health situation, but great for a routine counseling to tool up!


BetterHelp is the world's largest therapy platform

Teacher Created Mental Health Check-In Chart

This teacher created a mental health check-in chart for her students and now teachers around the world are doing the same.

Read Article by clicking the link.


Brain Garden Spotlight of the Month- Erich Albrecht

 Erich Albrecht shares an intimate detail of his life after heavy use of TCH. Click the link to listen in on our conversation of the effects he experienced and how he is overcoming his obstacle.


Know Your DNA


I found this article pretty controversial but yet I also feel it could be an important discussion, maybe this will strike up a conversation with your family members and helping understand behaviors within your family unit and yourself. There is no right or wrong here.

addiction is a complex issue with multiple contributing factors, and research has shown that genetics play a significant role in an individual's risk for developing an addiction


Of course, having a higher risk doesn’t guarantee that you will become addicted. Your lifestyle, choices, health, and environment are what determine your likelihood of addiction.

As with any DNA test, there are pros and cons to genetic testing.

The benefits of genetic testing will help you make better informed decisions about your health and wellness and the drawbacks can be a trigger of negative emotions related to your own personal self and your family.

DNA testing can be an effective planning tool, but it can also be a Pandora's Box. It can open doors to things you may not be prepared to face yet. 

If you have a family history of addiction it doesn't mean you will have an addiction, but it does predispose you to this disease. Only you can make the best decisions for you and take control of your mind and boy. 

SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

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River Bridge Gala- Supporting Programs and Services for Victims of Abuse and Sexual Assault in our Community

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