Managing Our Mental Health & Overall Wellbeing with B-FIT Mindfulness

St Clair Tri-County Staff Training & Development Committee Presents…

Managing Our Mental Health & Overall Wellbeing with B-FIT Mindfulness

Over a series of four 90-minute workshops, we invite you to join us as we explore a tool that has been proven to significantly enhance levels of overall health and wellness. Each week we will illustrate not only how B-FIT Mindfulness can enhance facets of our lives (i.e. our mental health, wellbeing, quality of relationships, etc.), but how it can also improve the wellbeing of others.

Dates Times Session Platform
July 7 9:00 am – 10:30 am Mindfulness & Self Understanding
○ To develop and sustain meaning, purpose and happiness from life’s roles as a friend, life partner, adult child, parent.
July 14 9:00 am – 10:30 am Mindfulness & Relating with Difficult People
○ How to restart or depart with an open heart
July 21 9:00 am – 10:30 am Mindfulness & Self-Management
○ To experience difficult feelings with much less suffering e.g., anxiety and depression
July 28 9:00 am – 10:30 am Mindful Self-Expression
○ Happiness beyond – Do’n, Get’n, Hav’n, Bigger, Better, More for me and mine

Facilitator – Peter Marks, CEO A Centre for Conscious Care
To say the least, Peter is not new to the world of developmental services. He has facilitated over 35 years of Human & Health Services’ organization & leadership development to facilitate effective, conscious and compassionate care and support. Peter is the Co-founder and CEO of A Centre for Conscious Care & Support, and has acted as an international Mindfulness Facilitator since 1993. He has also acted as a Co-founder, Director and/or consultant in numerous Developmental Services and Mental Health Service systems across Canada. Peter has been a guest lecturer and keynote speaker at various universities, conferences and Human and Health Services’ Organizations. Finally, Peter has 30+ years of direct service as a volunteer with families and numerous human and health service providers.

Co-Facilitator – Adriana McVicker, Community Living Windsor
Adriana brings a sincere passion to help others in her work within the field of developmental services. For the last 13 years, Adriana has worked with Community Living Windsor in various roles including direct support and in positions of management including support services, staff development, communications, community building and project management. With her education in developmental psychology, sociology and health sciences, she deeply values using a comprehensive approach while providing quality supports to people and families. She is a true believer that all of us are interdependent and that we each carry a responsibility to help one another be the best we can.

Cost: FREE
DATE: July 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2021
TIME: 9:00 am – 10:30 am