Upcoming MHBPG Virtual Event: Building Resilience

Join us on Wednesday, October 27th, 2021 from 9:30 am – 12 pm (CST) for our FREE Mental Health Best Practice Group Virtual Event, Building Resilience! 

Join us and two special guest speakers to learn more about building your resilience. The first 200 registrants who provide their mailing address during registration will be sent a free copy of Wendy’s book, “Becoming ‘You’ for Women”, A Step-By-Step Guide to Self-Discovery & Whole Self Transformation. 

Becoming ‘You’ for Women addresses the mental, emotional, spiritual and even brain health of women guiding the reader through a self-discovery process with questions, journaling prompts, assessments, checklists and more. Many women are aware of their challenges but don’t know how to work through them to become who they really are. This book shows you how.

This book could change your life or the life of someone you know.  Don’t miss out register now!  Register early to receive your book prior to the session.

Featuring Keynote Speaker:

Wendy Turner-Larsen, Executive/Leadership/Health Coach, Professional Speaker, Author, Training Consultant

Presenting: “Resilience – Change Your Brain Change Your Life”

Learn how to leverage the power of your brain by utilizing neuroscience to create more resilience mentally, emotionally and physically. Wendy will discuss two foundational aspects of resilience—a self-compassionate mindset and the power of positivity and will provide remarkably simple techniques that will assist you to become more resilient in order to become calmer, centred and focused.

For more information about Wendy’s book: Becoming ‘You’ for Women – A Step-By-Step Guide to Self-Discovery & Whole Self Transformation: www.turnerlarsen.com/becomingyou 

Also Featuring:

Elaina Guilmette 

With increasing mental health concerns in the hospitality industry, along with very few hospitality-specific resources, Service Hospitality teamed up with Elaina Guilmette to develop industry-specific mental health training programs. Join Elaina for a sneak peek of our new training programs, “Psychological Health & Safety for Hospitality – Manager” and “Psychological Health & Safety for Hospitality – Employee”. 

Our Mental Health Best Practice journey started with a group of passionate individuals looking to work together to implement best practices, increase awareness and bring positive changes to mental health, safety, and claims management in the workplace.  This group was formed to bring people together from a variety of organizations across our province to bring forward a variety of important mental health topics, resources and tools to share with one another. Our MHBPG has evolved and grown over the years, while their focus has always remained the same, on emphasizing the importance of building a healthy awareness and advocating for mental health in the workplace. 

To find out more about our MHBPG, click here.