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Nom de l'événement

Breaking Habits of Relating: A Workshop Series for People in the Helping Professions
For: Professionnels
Fourni par: Delve In

Date et l'heure

Tue Nov 15 to tue 6 dec 2016
(Every week on mar.)
(Cet événement est terminé)
7:00 - 9:00pm

Lieu de la conférence

180 Shaw Street, Toronto, ON, M6J 2W5

Description de l'évenement

----------20% off Registration fee before October 25-----------
4-Session Workshop Series Nov 15, 22, 29 & Dec 6
$200 (for entire series)
This group is designed for: Social Workers, Nurses, Teachers, CYW’s…anyone in the ‘helping’ professions.
Click here to register:

Mixed with wonderful moments, our work with others can be rough; exhausting, frustrating, and routine…and within the upcoming, colder, darker months, this can feel particularly heavy.
Delve In is offering a workshop for people in the Helping Professions – creating a space to take a weekly break, some time to explore and an opportunity to try on a new approach to relating with ourselves and our practices. Social Arts Facilitator Cathy Paton uses arts-based activities to shift the ways that we think about and approach our relationships; with ourselves; with colleagues and service users; and with our wider communities.

This workshop integrates techniques from various arts practices with social relating and communication activities. No previous arts experience is required. Join Cathy in a meaningful, enjoyable and sometimes challenging 4 weeks, where the risks that you will take will be well worth it.

Diversity and Inclusion:
The facilitator is committed to creating an inclusive workshop. This means that diversity in gender, gender identity, race, ability, sexuality, culture, ethnicity and age are actively welcomed. The workshop does involve physical movement – when you are registering, we can talk about any concerns and/or questions regarding what this will look like for you.
If the registration fee is a barrier for you, please contact Cathy to discuss available sliding scale options.

Facilitator Bio:
Cathy Paton MSW, PhD Cand.
As a professional Social Arts Facilitator and Consultant, Cathy works with community organizations and centres, child and family groups, students, businesses, and academics. She has developed inclusive, arts-based programming within diverse cultural and socio-economic contexts as well as with children’s programs, universities, and staff teams. Cathy draws on years of; both local and international experience; skills and research in social work; and a range of arts training. While engaging with individuals, groups and communities, Cathy’s social justice orientation guides her to work both critically and holistically.

email If you have any questions about the workshop and what it involves. I’m happy to answer any questions and talk further about the workshop.


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This event is listed under these topics

Aptitudes sociales et à la vie quotidienne
Organismes de services à l’enfance et à la jeunesse
Les employés, les employeurs et le milieu de travail
Soins primaires (p. Ex., Médecins de famille, pédiatres, infirmières praticiennes)
Dernière modification 23 Oct 2016
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