Month: February 2018
In this workshop the author will discuss an innovative method of analyzing emotional dynamics based on the DISTRIBUTION OF LOVE in families, as described in her book “They Love You, They Love Me Not: the truth about the family favourite and sibling rivalry” (HarperCollins, 1995).
Learning how this theoretical model works to decipher the DISTRIBUTION OF LOVE in a family will:
(a) enhance your ability to understand and analyse the psychological/emotional dynamics that occur in families
(b) enable you to find solutions to unravelling anxieties, depressions, and anger producing parent-child and child-child interactions, and
(c) improve overall treatment outcomes for children, adolescents and adults.
Case studies will be discussed, and participants are invited to bring in their own difficult cases.
Workshop Leader: Vera Rabie, D.Psy.
Date: Sat. April 14, 2018, 9am to 4pm
Location: 89 Dunfield Avenue, Theatre Room
For more information and to register, please call: 647-785-4769
Space is limited.
I would like to introduce myself and the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health. Our mission is to help Ontario’s colleges and universities enhance their capacity to support student mental health and well-being and optimize mental health and well-being for Ontario’s postsecondary students. My role is Communications and Stakeholder Engagement.
We would like to invite you to our upcoming forum in Peterborough (Trent University) on March 27, 2018. The forum is a one day event that takes place between 11 and 4 pm. The goal is to bring regional post-secondary institutions and community organizations together to highlight the great work being done, seek and build collaborations and to facilitate networking. The forum is free to attend and includes lunch. We also encourage you to forward this email and invite any additional organizations that you think would like to attend.
The forum will start with a networking exercise run by our director, followed by 10 min presentations from attendees on their organizations current work and what they are looking for in terms of collaboration within their community.
Please reply to akoolsbergen@CampusMentalHealth.ca with your full name, email, organization, if you would like to present, and any dietary restrictions if you are interested in attending.
Feel free to email me with any other questions you might have.
Communications and Stakeholder Engagement
Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health Canadian Mental Health Association — Ontario Division
180 Dundas Street West, Suite 2301
Toronto, ON M5G 1Z8
416-977-5580 x 4147 or 416-413-1439
Mindfulness & the Road to Recovery
- How mindfulness helped with her own recovery post injury and helps her live well today with a physical disability.
- The foundational attitudes of mindfulness and how these translate into practical strategies for coping with stress, anxiety, chronic pain and fatigue.
- Tips on how to cultivate an informal mindfulness practice, making any moment a mindful moment without the need to take time out of your day.
All are welcome to register for this free webinar. If you can’t attend the live broadcast please register anyway and we’ll send you the recording as soon as it’s available.
April 4, 2018 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)