My Healthy Workplace; mental health week;

Crafting Resilience

6May202113:30
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Resilience is the capacity to adapt successfully in the face of stress, is more important than ever during these pandemic times. It's a capacity that involves thoughts, behaviours & actions –...

Burnout Prevention

7May202113:00
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14:15

“Burnout is the biggest occupational hazard of the 21st century. It’s a phenomenon that has been increasing everywhere – growing like a virus.” Drs. Christina Maslach and Michael Leiter...

Boundary Bootcamp

5May202115:00
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16:15

"The most compassionate people are often the most boundaried." Brené Brown/myhealthyworkplaceCategory: Staff workshops

The Working Mind

5May202109:00
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14:00

The Working Mind provides us with critical knowledge as we seek to move towards a new normal./myhealthyworkplaceCategory: Staff workshops

Just Breathe McGill

6May202112:30
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13:15

Explore the impacts of breathing and meditation on mental health and wellness. Take a moment to meet, meditate, and take “a few more breaths” with Dr. Hiteshini Jugessur. ...

Just Breathe McGill

3May202112:30
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13:15

Explore the impacts of breathing and meditation on mental health and wellness. Take a moment to meet, meditate, and take “a few more breaths” with Dr. Hiteshini Jugessur. ...

Anxiety Busters! Tips and techniques to support you when you are feeling anxious.

4May202112:30
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14:00

Feeling Anxious? Having difficulty dealing with anxiety? Want to find ways to lower your anxiety?/myhealthyworkplaceCategory: Staff workshops

Mental Health First Aid (Online)

26Apr202109:00
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12:30

Mental health issues will affect one in five Canadians at some point in their life; chances are there are people around you who need help./myhealthyworkplaceCategory: Staff workshops

Changing How We See Mental Illness - Healthy and Well-being

6May202012:00
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13:00

Stigma is a major barrier preventing many people living with mental health problems from seeking help. Individuals with mental illnesses often report the stigma is worse than the illness itself....

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