From morning to night, our days are filled with demands and competing commitments from work and our own personal life. Stuck between wanting to tend to all the demands and our own needs, our stress levels go through the roof, our health is jeopardized and our relationships strained.
A Full Day Institute with Dr. Susan Hopkins, Executive Director of Stuart Shanker's organization, the MFHRIT Centre (TMC)
Morning Workshop - Self Regulation and the Early Years
It has been shown that a child’s early years are a crucial time for brain development. During this period, young children are confronted with unique stressors across all five domains of the Shanker Self-Reg® model.
As a leader, one of your responsibilities is to shape the culture of your organization. It is now well researched and known that organizations that are committed to supporting their employees in a compassionate way and that embrace a culture of mindfulness are successful workplaces, where employees are less stressed, more productive, and actually enjoy their work more.
Reducing the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences and Children’s Toxic Stress through Developing Strong, Nurturing Relationships.
Join Dr. Jean Clinton, renowned clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences at McMaster University for this one-day institute exploring strategies for supporting children’s mental health through developing strong, nurturing relationships with children.