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Ever Active Schools Sep 27
Only a few days left to register for the National Forum on Wellness in Post-Secondary Education. Register by Sept. 30 to be a part of this national conversation!
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Ever Active Schools Sep 23
The program for the National Forum on Wellness in Post-Secondary Education is now live! Be sure to register before the registration deadline September 30th, 2019
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Catherine Merry Jun 21
Fantastic to hear from him in person at today's McFarlane tells family lawyers: don't do more than a full day's work
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Miles Hall Jun 22
Rachel thank you for the invite to attend and speak. I applaud the openness and appetite to provide support and care for legal professionals and the energy you are investing is this initiative.
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Louise McClelland Nov 10
Thank you to all the leaders from across the country for making the two days so inspiring and such a success. Looking forward to !
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Ever Active Schools Sep 29
Tomorrow is the last day to register for the National Forum on Wellness in Post Secondary Education! Join Ed Faculties from across Canada to share, learn and dive deep into ways wellness can be integrated into post-secondary education
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Louise McCullough Jun 21
The wonderful Rachel Spearing explaining the benefits of Trim (Trauma Risk Management) for lawyers
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Momo Jun 21
Really looking forward to today’s Wellness Forum. First time I’ve come across meditating barristers. So refreshing to hear the vulnerabilities associated with the profession acknowledged.
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Momo Jun 21
Inspector Amanda Williams QPM on the impact that police work has on mental health. She is a pioneer for critical conversations in the force and a credit to her profession.
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Wellness for Law UK Jun 21
Greg Dorey welcomes & opens the a great day lies ahead reviewing TRiM
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Katherine Duncan Jun 21
Learning about Trauma Risk Management to learn more about how YBC can support young Barristers
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Steve McGinley Oct 18
Indigenous Perspectives on Wellness by Cash Ahenakew Indigenous and non-Indigenous knowledges, education, pedagogy, methodology, ceremony and wellbeing. Thank you for sharing your stories with us.
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Greg Dorey Jun 21
A really excellent agenda today, which is demostrating how Trauma Risk Management is as relevant to lawyers as it is to the many other professions who have taken it up as a valuable tool.
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Katherine Duncan Jun 21
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RachaelField Jun 21
Brilliant to be here at the Wellness for Law Forum UK convened by Rachel Spearing
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Steve McGinley Oct 18
It’s time for Open Space facilitated by topics include: measuring wellness, mental health, resources, teacher wellbeing, joy, celebration and pain
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Catherine Merry Jun 21
Tom Bivins from Vita Health Groip on debunking the myth - it's ok to feel trauma no matter what your job.
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Louise McCullough Jun 21
Sir Andrew McFarlane giving the keynote speech ⁦⁩ . So grateful for his engagement with this issue
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Catherine Merry Jun 21
Brilliant and refreshing insight from Athena Markides, chair of young barristers' committee re: wellbeing for the junior bar
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Wellness for Law UK May 14
Positive steps towards diversity & inclusion are hugely valuable for supporting mental health come & learn more
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