Practicing Resilience in the Face of Change Workshop

by | Oct 13, 2018 | Past Events

Please Note: This workshop is reserved for clients of Fraser & Partners

We hope you can join us for some engaging discussion around the boardroom table at our office on the 3rd floor of Johnston Terminal at The Forks on October 13, 2018, from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. 

Attend with an appetite – snacks will be served!

Sorry, this event is now full. If you are interested in joining us for another session, please email us and let us know. If there is enough interest we will offer another session.


Resilience is defined as “the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.”

Resilience, also known as ‘grit’, has been increasingly discussed as the key ingredient necessary for the achievement of goals and general happiness. The good news is that we now have ‘research’ based strategies that have been shown to enhance and build resilience.

Facilitator Laurie McPherson RPN MSc has a career that spans over 30 years in the mental health sector. She is an expert in the development of programs, workshops, and seminars on positive mental health and well-being.

This workshop aims to provide tools for practicing the skill of resilience when challenged with any change that triggers stress and anxiety. All of us (no matter our age or stage of life) are being called upon to adapt to change more rapidly and flexibly than ever before. Whether you’re dealing with a change now, are expecting one soon, or could use the content to help a child, spouse, friend or colleague, this workshop will be of benefit.

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