In a recent major Canadian study:
82% of responding organizations ranked mental health conditions in their top three causes of short term disability (72% for long term)
30% of all short and long term disability claims are due to mental health problems and illnesses
The average responding organization reported spending more than $10.5 million annually on absence claims
In 2011, lost productivity due to absenteeism and presentessism (present but less than fully productive at work) due to mental health problems and illnesses was approximately $6 billione will cover how mental health has an impact on the workplace and how psychologial healthy and safe workplaces are necessary, as well as tips on how to support your staff.
Join us for a bring-your-lunch session with coffee, tea & water provided. We will cover how mental health has an impact on the workplace and how psychological healthy and safe workplaces are necessary, as well as tips on how to support your staff.
At this 3 hour workshop you will learn how to teach to those who are suffering from the effects of excessive trauma. The practices of mindful movement and stillness among prisoners, addicts, mental patients and others increase emotional health, release accumulate stress and help the him or her to make positive changes.
This workshop is for psychologists, yoga teachers and meditation enthusiasts.
Register Early and Save
$35 Until 01/03
$45 after 1/03
Lawrence Huff has opened classes and taught in almost all the jails and prisons of South Florida, as
well as in shelters for the disabled and homeless, with psychiatric patients,in centers for young delinquents and alcholism rehabs. I have spoken in libraries, TV and radio in Spanish as well as English. Recently I did a 4 month tour in Central Ameica training facilitators and visiting various institutions as a guest instructor. I have certificates in
Transformational Meditation, Path of Freedom (mindfulness for prisoners), Yoga (Kripalu Academy) and the Jyotish self-analysis system. I live in Miami and am a teacher fro MDPS.
3310 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Coral Gables, FL 33134
On Bell Let’s Talk Day 2018, the entire nation spoke. Your actions resulted in Bell committing more money to mental health and helped Canada become one step closer towards being a country that’s stigma-free.
On January 29, 2019, the Carleton community is invited to our annual Let’s Talk Day event. Please join President Benoit-Antoine Bacon in a discussion about his personal journey towards resilience, purpose and gratitude.
Date: Tuesday, January 29
Time: 12 – 1pm
Location: Richcraft Hall 2nd Floor Conference Rooms
Light refreshments will be available.