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Want to know how to feel happier, more confident, and worry less right now? Would you like to learn new ways of dealing with what life throws at you? Living Life to the Full is a fun and interactive course that will help you understand your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, and what to do about them!
Congratulations, you’re about to change your life!
Too much to do? Is someone close to you is ill? Can’t sleep? Feeling lonely? The way you feel is affected by things that happen to you, and you feel bad because you’re in a vicious cycle. Learn how to stop the cycle!
Living Life to the Full is a mental health promotion course designed to help people deal with everyday life challenges and learn self-management skills using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) principles. Course content and materials are practical and easily applied to everyday life situations. The course is suitable for people of all ages – from youth to seniors.
What you learn:
✔ Stress management
✔ Dealing with unhelpful thoughts
✔ Anger management
Refreshments will be provided. If you attend at least 6 of the 8 sessions, you will be entered to win a gift card. A bonus ballot will be entered for referring a friend.
Angele D’Alessio is a mental health promoter with the Canadian Mental Health Association since 2006. Her primary role is to initiate, coordinate and present mental health education designed to improve attitudes towards mental illness and promote mental health and well-being.
Her passion for educating the community about mental health/illness comes from personal insight into the lives of family and friends living with mental illness. The workshops and training sessions offered are well researched and delivered in a down-to-earth, memorable style. Her educational background includes a Diploma of Social Service Worker, Train the Trainer certification, Working with Dementia Clients, Mental health Works Certification, Mental Health First Aid Trainer, and safeTALK trainer for suicide prevention.