LIVE WORKSHOPS FOR EDUCATION, EMPOWERMENT, & WELLBEING

This series consists of one-hour, online workshops delivered by Restored Wellness practitioners to improve our clients’ lives and support the members of the surrounding community. Each workshop will deliver information about the topic, outline steps to implementing change in your life, and provide tangible skills to improve and promote your wellbeing.

Nov 3012-1 PMTrain Your Brain for A Better Night’s Sleep
Dec 712-1 PMDeck the Halls and Not Your Family: Navigating Conflict
During The Holidays
Jan 1112-1 PMNavigating Narcissism: Strategies for Managing Toxicity In Your Life
Jan 1812-1 PMTech Detox: Creating a Family Media Plan
Jan 2512-1 PMBoundary Bootcamp
TBA12-1 PMTech Detox: Creating Family Media Plans

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Starting Wednesday,
October 12, 2022

Cost: $15.00
More Info:

https://restoredwellness.ca/wellness-skills-series

info@restoredwellness.ca

2022 Schedule

Train Your Brain for a Better Night’s Sleep

November 30, 2022

12:00-1:00 PM

This course is intended for adults who struggle with sleep difficulties such as: trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, and/or difficulty turning off their brain at bedtime. In this one-hour workshop, Registered Psychologist: Stephanie Sikora, will debunk common sleep myths and discuss ways to set yourself up for a successful night’s sleep. As a participant, you will learn simple tools to being to improve sleep quantity and quality, as well as to manage night-time worries. By the end of the course, you will have an easy to implement plan to start training your brain to have a better night’s sleep.

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Deck the Halls and Not Your Family: Navigating Conflict During the Holidays

December 7, 2022

12:00-1:00 PM

Despite being the most joyful time of year, seasonal celebrations and family gatherings can become stressful and contentious when interpersonal conflicts arise. Common holiday woes such as gift-giving, money, scheduling conflicts, and social allergens can easily result in ruptures in social relationships. During this one-hour workshop, we will explore ways to navigate the most common holiday-related conflicts and develop new self-regulation tools, self-care strategies, and de-escalation techniques to manage even the most stressful situations.

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2023 Schedule

Navigating Narcissism: Strategies for Managing Toxicity in Your Life

Jan 11, 2023

12:00-1:00 PM

Navigating challenging people and relationships can significantly drain your personal coping resources leading to reduced wellbeing and satisfaction with life. In this one-hour workshop, Registered Provisional Psychologist: Stasia Weaver will help you explore the most common warning signs of a narcissist, gain insight into how they create a cycle of emotional abuse, and identify ways to self-regulate when engaging with them. This workshop will culminate in a personalized strategy complete with new skills for navigating a toxic relationship in your life.

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Boundary Bootcamp

Jan 25, 2023

12:00-1:00 PM

Do you trouble setting and maintaining clear and consistent boundaries for saying “no”? Healthy boundaries help us maintain mental and emotional health, strengthen our sense of identity, and avoid burnout. During this workshop, you will explore how to set boundaries with others in your life, identify and communicate natural consequences to boundary violations, and create an easy-to-use script to articulate your boundary in a relationship-focused manner.

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Tech Detox: Creating a Family Media Plan

Jan 18, 2023

12:00-1:00 PM

Have you experienced the tug-of-war that results from trying to reduce screen time in your household? If so, you are not alone. An over-reliance on technology can lead to physical and emotional problems, sleep problems, and even reduce academic achievement in children and teens. In this one-hour workshop, parents and caregivers will explore age-appropriate screen time amounts, create a family media plan, and learn skills to help children and teens develop a healthy relationship with technology.