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How Happiness Can Improve Health, Relationships, And The Quality Of Your Life

Recently, a wealth of research has confirmed a basic and irrefutable argument in favour of happiness: Happiness and good health go hand-in-hand. Indeed, scientific studies have been finding that happiness can make our hearts healthier, our immune systems stronger, and our lives longer. Learn more, and tips for bringing more happiness into your life, in this uplifting and dynamic presentation.

If There's A Message In Your Feelings It Might Be "Don't Listen."

Constructive Living is a Western approach to mental health education based in large part on adaptations of two Japanese psychotherapies, Morita therapy and Naikan therapy. Constructive Living (CL) presents an educational method of approaching life realistically and thoughtfully, focusing on purpose, and “doing what needs doing.” Morita is essentially a “reframing” of eastern Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with a significant twist. As a trained Morita therapist, this seminar will explore how constructive living can enhance your well-being, and provide new insights into your feelings and how to gain control of your actions.

A Caregiver’s Guide to Living your Best Life

This seminar explores the practical and personal challenges of both caregiving and successful aging. Findings from the latest research are couples with insights and problem-solving tips to help caregivers achieve the best life possible for those they care for–and for themselves as they age.

How To Strengthen WillPower To Break A Nasty Habit

Every day, we make decisions to resist impulses in the quest for a healthier, happier life and many of us believe we could improve our lives if only we had more “willpower”–  we would eat right, exercise regularly, avoid drugs and alcohol, save for retirement, stop procrastinating, and achieve all sorts of noble goals. In recent years, scientists have made some compelling discoveries about the ways that willpower works, for example willpower can be compared to a muscle that becomes fatigued with overuse–and conversely, just as muscles are strengthened by regular exercise, regularly exerting self-control may improve willpower strength over time.


Workshops/Seminars include selection guidelines and recommendations of top digital health tools relevant to each topic (e.g. apps, wearables, and websites). Workshops include step-by-step participant Action Guides.

All content is based on evidence-based practices (e.g. CBT) and generally accepted best practices and clinical guidelines.


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