From Worry to Wellness: Shifting your mindset

October 25, 2022
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Brought to you by CAMH, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

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As humans, we like control and certainty. Regular life holds enough uncertainty to cause anxiety without the world facing a pandemic. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the precautions taken to reduce risk, many of us are left worrying about a plethora of demands - work, finances, childcare and/or the health of loved ones and ourselves. Facing all of this at once is bound to exacerbate our workplace anxiety, stress and other mental health concerns. Over the course of this webinar, participants will explore practices to help shift their mindset. This is not about removing stress, but rather changing how we view and respond to it.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the relationship between mental health and workplace stress and burnout
  • Define the meaning of personal resilience and identify constructs that positively affect mental wellbeing
  • Identify positive psychological practices that foster self-awareness and emotional regulation

Our Presenters:

Leila Turner, Learning Consultant - Leila is a skilled Learning and Development professional with over 20 years of progressive experience in instructional design and facilitation. As well, she has extensive experience working in a consulting role to help organizations achieve their desired outcomes. Driven by the vision and values of CAMH, Leila has a passion for helping improve the wellbeing of employees and has worked with a variety of organizations, in both the private and public sector, to develop workplace mental health strategies and deliver customized mental health training.

Tresa Jules, Learning Consultant - Tresa has a passion for working with children with exceptionalities and has dedicated many years in creating academic and recreational plans to help them reach their full potential. Prior to joining CAMH, Tresa worked in non-profit organizations, facilitating engaging workshops for staff, teachers, students, and parents on various topics. Tresa is committed to educating as many audiences as she can about mental health and is always inclusive of individual learning styles.