This came through my in-box last week, and I thought I’d share it. I might go, myself!
Connect with your peers, get informed about community resources, take control of your well-being and go bowling.
A free day-long workshop aimed at developing strategies for staying healthy and happy in times of significant change.
Uncover and share strategies and tools for sustaining a career in the arts today. This expertly facilitated peer-to-peer workshop leverages our greatest resources – powerful imaginations and self-efficacy. Use this half-day session to transform roadblocks into breakthroughs. We’ll explore individual well-being and the revival of community reliance, resources and camaraderie.
Finish the day at the Commodore Bowling lanes for a fun and stress-free end to the day.
Date: Thursday, May 20, 2010
Time: 10:00am – 3:30pm
Location: Vancouver Art Gallery, Heritage Courtroom 302
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 14. Please include your name, organizational affiliation (if applicable), and any dietary restrictions.
This is a free event. Limited space. Preregistration is mandatory.
Presented by: 2010 Legacies Now, Alliance for Arts and Culture, Actsafe, Boca Del Lupo, Canada Council for the Arts Equity Office, Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC), Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance, and the Vancouver Art Gallery
Claudia Collins, MA, RCC has spent many years in the non-profit sector as an employment counselor, cross-cultural educator and family therapist. She also worked as an Employee and Family Assistance counselor for 12 years, providing counseling, workplace training, trauma response and organizational consultations.
Suzanne Kenney, MA, RCC has 19 years experience in the Employee and Family Assistance field in multiple roles as a counselor, trainer, and organizational consultant. Suzanne has also taught school and worked in the mental health field as a clinical counselor working with children and families.