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Ellsworth Adult and Community Education



Enrichment

Breath-Taking: The Female Brain on Stress

$29

with Carole Freeman

This course is designed to help women understand how stress affects them differently than men.  It explains how women’s brains are wired to react to physical danger and life-threatening situations, and how this can impact their perception of reality and stress responses.

The course also provides insights into how women can use their unique talents to approach stress in a healthy way.  This is a self-paced on-demand course. 

Digital Literacy Critical for Employment and Life

Free

with EAE Team

Ellsworth Adult & Community Education is working behind the scenes to offer a menu of opportunities that meets the needs of most adults. The first step is to meet with one of our student advisors to assess your needs and consult about the best workshops to attend.   This is an in-person class.

Give us a call at 207.664.7110 to schedule an appointment.

Trying to Quit Tobacco or Vaping?

Free

with Julie Daigle Healthy Acadia

One of the hardest things to do is to quit using tobacco products. Many harmful chemicals found in tobacco and vaping liquids, including nicotine and menthol, are highly, physically addictive or serve to boost the addictiveness of tobacco.  The habit of use itself can become emotionally and behaviorally addictive. As well as the stresses of addiction, other factors such as fear of withdrawal, overall life stress, living with smokers and nicotine users, social norms that minimize the harms of nicotine addiction, weight gain, and fear of failure can make it challenging to quit using tobacco products. Many times it takes more than one try. If you are ready to quit tobacco for good and you'd like to find out about local and statewide support available to you, sign up confidentially for this interest list and you’ll receive information about tools and resources to assist you in taking this important step for your health.





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