Looking for more healthy ways to cope with feelings of anxiety and stress? Join us with Denise Findlay and Dr. Indrani Margolin as they support you in expanding your tool box.
Mindfulness techniques are for everyone, whether you’re a front line worker, in the education field, a grandparent, or a stay-at-home parent.
Helping Professionals often turn to mindfulness techniques to support the treatment of depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, couples’ conflicts, anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Denise builds upon the topic of the ‘ABC’s of Growing Up’ through the crucial components of attachment, becoming and community. Denise shares her passion for social / emotional development as a primary focus in terms of education outcomes. This subject is delivered from an emotional wellness perspective with the message that growth is spontaneous if conditions are right, and she explores ways to create those conditions so growth unfolds as intended.
Denise Findlay presenting for UBC Learning Circle. In today’s hustle and bustle of our every day lives, it is too easy to move through the day disconnected from our quality and quantity as humans to be kind and caring. Let’s promote the end to Lateral violence. Being fluent in kindness is a crusade that encourages and reminds us to develop our ability for kindness.
Click on the link below to see my mentor Dr. Deborah McNamara speaking at the UN on the importance of fatherhood and motherhood as being integral to development.