Do you find yourself thinking repeatedly about unpleasant experiences? If so, you are ruminating. With the COVID-19 pandemic, we experience increased amounts of rumination and anxiety. We will explore the rumination cycle to see how we can break through the impossible by recognizing the process, identify your thought patterns and challenge your automatic thoughts. Our mental health counsellor from Skills for Change will facilitate this workshop.
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Below are Settlement Sector events happening in Ontario, organized by date.
Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) staff members Fiona MacCool and Jesse Mark will share what CLEO is learning about when and how to use social media and video to help people understand their legal rights.
We’ll share best practices, examples, and resources that have inspired us, and tips on finding free or low cost tools to help you with your social media and video work.
Date and time: April 20, 2021, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
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This webinar will involve understanding emotions through primary and secondary levels. We will also go through exercises focused on self-soothing and emotion regulation techniques that address confusion, anger, anxiety, depression to help regulate your own emotions. Our mental health counsellor from Skills for Change will facilitate this workshop.
Have you ever planned to complete important task/assignment/revise for exam — and then end up lying in bed contemplating or surfing the internet for more than 5 hours? Or perhaps you suddenly realize that the dog needs to be fed, emails need to be answered, your ceiling fan needs dusting — or maybe you should go ahead and have lunch, even though it’s only 11 a.m.? Our mental health counsellor from Skills for Change will facilitate this workshop to understand more about the procrastination cycle and see how to step-by-step create a healthier lifestyle.