Winter Wellness Series


Shake off those winter blues! This free virtual workshop series focuses on a variety of mental health and wellness topics and will give participants actionable steps to take in order to enhance their wellbeing and overall health. It is not required to sign up for all the workshops, pick and choose the ones that are right for you.

These courses are Tuesday mornings from 9:30am-11:30am on Zoom starting February 6. Use the apply now button below to sign up, if signing up for multiple sessions you must fill out a separate application for each session.

For questions or support in filling out your application email or call 519-444-4098.

February 6 – Mindfulness & Grounding

Equip yourself with practical tools and knowledge to manage stress and overwhelm while learning how to incorporate mindfulness techniques into everyday life.

February 13 – Communication

Master the importance of empathy and validation in communication, learn practical skills for intentional and successful communication in the workplace, personal relationships and beyond.

February 20 – Work Life: Self-care, Self-compassion & Self-capacity

Discover a holistic approach to managing work and life, find sustainable ways to balance demands through stress mitigation, resilience building and the incorporation of self-care and self-compassion practices.

February 27 – Situational Assessment & Engagement

Do you find yourself navigating difficult conversations or dealing with escalated people in your work or daily life? This workshop provides a structured framework for assessing and engaging in escalated and high-pressure situations with clients, customers and personal relationships.

March 5 – Grief, Loss & Bereavement

Find practical tools and gain knowledge to manage grief and loss in a variety of facets, use coping strategies to support your own grief (now or in the future) and learn how to support those around you.

March 12 – Mind & Body Connection

Gain a thorough understanding of the mind-body connection, learn the impact of repetitive anatomical patterns in the workplace and find tangible ways to manage physical and emotional stress.