Join Bridges Health for a 3-part webinar series on Bouncing Back after a crisis.

 

Open to the SCC membership and the public, each session includes a 1-hour presentation followed by 30 minutes of Q&A with participants. This series will focus on how to maintain mental health in ourselves, in our teams, and during times of change. A certificate of participation will be provided upon completion of the 3-part series.

Bouncing Back Modules

Module 1: Taking Care of You

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Presented by Kyle Anderson with Bridges Health, Module 1 focuses on self-care and stress management strategies for looking after one’s mental wellbeing. Impacts of stress and burnout as well as recognizing signs, symptoms, and triggers of mental “un-wellness” in yourself and others will also be covered.

Kyle Anderson’s education background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counselling. By learning about the significant link between physical and mental wellness, Kyle utilizes a holistic approach towards overall health. Kyle’s professional experiences include providing individual and group counselling, working in the fields of substance use, eating disorders, crisis intervention, and mood and anxiety disorders. Working with Bridges Health has allowed Kyle to facilitate workshops with organizations and communities to increase awareness and knowledge surrounding mental health and wellness.

Bridges Health is one of the nation’s finest multidisciplinary workplace wellness resources, offering holistic health and wellness strategies and solutions within organizations across Canada. We assist and support individuals and organizations that are struggling with presenteeism, absenteeism, injury, mental health, and individual rehabilitation. For over 20 years, Bridges Health has developed and molded our tailor-made programs that can be easily integrated into any organization.

 

Dates:

July 16 | 10:30am-12:00pm 

Module 2: Taking Care of Your Team

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Presented by Kyle Anderson with Bridges Health, Module 2 focuses on supportive management and how to engage in difficult conversations. Strategies to set healthy boundaries, supporting within one’s means, the importance of communication and vulnerability to support the team will also be covered.

Kyle Anderson’s education background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counselling. By learning about the significant link between physical and mental wellness, Kyle utilizes a holistic approach towards overall health. Kyle’s professional experiences include providing individual and group counselling, working in the fields of substance use, eating disorders, crisis intervention, and mood and anxiety disorders. Working with Bridges Health has allowed Kyle to facilitate workshops with organizations and communities to increase awareness and knowledge surrounding mental health and wellness.

Bridges Health is one of the nation’s finest multidisciplinary workplace wellness resources, offering holistic health and wellness strategies and solutions within organizations across Canada. We assist and support individuals and organizations that are struggling with presenteeism, absenteeism, injury, mental health, and individual rehabilitation. For over 20 years, Bridges Health has developed and molded our tailor-made programs that can be easily integrated into any organization.

 

Dates:

July 20 | 10:30am-12:00pm

Module 3: Taking Care During Transition

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Presented by James and Angellah Brayshaw, Module 3 provides an overview of how change can place us in distress and impact our mental and physical health. Understanding the effects of change and how to properly manage it as well as strategies to cope and overcome transition effectively will also be covered.

James Brayshaw has spent the past quarter century working as a Professional Firefighter, Medic, and Educator. He chairs the Peer Support and CISM* Team in his First Responder industry. And has over two decades of experience in the Mental Health field. James chairs a *Critical Incident Stress Management team for the Fire Service and facilitates workshops sanctioned by the Mental Health Commission of Canada. He brings compassion and a depth of experience when developing and delivering presentations and workshops. He inspires learners to offer meaningful support and interact comfortably with those who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.

Angellah Brayshaw holds an honours degree in Sociology and a diploma in Mediation and Conflict skills and Meditation skills.  Angellah’s 20 plus years of work in professional caregiving as well as Advanced CISM work (Critical Incidence Stress Management), lead her to advocate for mental health training and support teams for individuals, workplaces, and families. Angellah offers content development, workshops and training Mental Health First Aid sanctioned by the Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Bridges Health is one of the nation’s finest multidisciplinary workplace wellness resources, offering holistic health and wellness strategies and solutions within organizations across Canada. We assist and support individuals and organizations that are struggling with presenteeism, absenteeism, injury, mental health, and individual rehabilitation. For over 20 years, Bridges Health has developed and molded our tailor-made programs that can be easily integrated into any organization.

Dates:

July 23 | 10:30am-12:00pm

Pricing:
Per Webinar:

$40 plus GST SCC Member Rate (Contact Michele for Promo Code)

$65 plus GST Non-Member Rate

Per Series of 3 Webinars*:

$110 plus GST SCC Member Rate (Contact Michele for Promo Code)

$185 plus GST Non-Member Rate

*Please note that individual registration is required for each session.

Dates:

July 16 | 10:30am-12:00pm                   Module 1: Taking Care of You

July 20 | 10:30am-12:00pm                   Module 2: Taking Care of Your Team

July 23 | 10:30am-12:00pm                   Module 3: Taking Care During Transition

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