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Coping with COVID-19

Self-regulation, Self-defence mechanisms, and Self-care.

  • 1 h 30 min
  • 300 Canadian dollars
  • Online Session - Zoom

Service Description

This activity-based workshop will leave your team with three data-backed coping strategies that will help build resilience, maintain employee effectiveness, and foster personal well-being. Topics include: Self-regulation, a deep dive into one's relationship with the four core emotions; Self-Defence Mechanisms, a reflection on whether we attack, suffer, or quit; and Self-Care, a fun activity designed to remember the things that gave us joy in the past, evaluate why we aren't doing them now, and strategize about how to implement real self-care moving forward. Not only do participants get back in touch with themselves, they gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for their colleagues as well. Let's put our money where our mouth is when we talk about the importance of mental health and provide people with the "how". Previous workshop participants have said: "Coach Jackie’s group session was a great mix of exercises in personal reflection as well as providing information based in research. The coaching exercises we went through can be applied to any individuals in any workplace. She skillfully lead our group with a mix of managers and subordinates and gave us some tools to strengthen our existing strengths and pushed us to work on our individual weaknesses and blind spots. During a stressful and disconnected year, a session with Coach Jackie to improve our individual and team resilience was just what our team needed!" -Shannon, Team Manager "Everyone had rave reviews about you! They said it was one of the best workshops they attended. They couldn’t stop talking about how amazing you were. Thank you so much! And we will definitely be in touch for future bookings! Your time is greatly appreciated." -Teresa, Social Worker We cannot wait to host a session for your team! Jackie and Perry

Contact Details


Montreal, QC, Canada

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