Living Life to the Full is a 12-hour, eight-week course

Time:             6:30pm to 8pm – Mondays, starting February st to March 28th

Location:      Canadian Mental Health Association

North & West Vancouver Branch, 1835 Lonsdale Avenue, Suite 300

Duration:      12 hours, broken into 90 minute classes, over 8 weeks

Cost:              $195/pp, includes course materials & light refreshments

There are 8 sessions, 90 minutes each, once a week. Trained and certified facilitators will teach materials and lead group activities to help you practice different skills or strategies. The sessions are designed to help participants identify problem areas and give them the tools and skills to make changes. Not necessarily big changes, but changes that will last because participants learn what works for them through the courses.

You`ll also have lots of opportunities to exchange ideas with other participants in your group. Each session includes booklets and handouts that support the skills you learn. Course contents and materials are practical and easily applied to everyday life situations. Each session focuses on a new topic to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to cope with daily challenges.

You’ll get the most out of Living Life to the Full when you practice your new skills in your daily life and find the strategies that work for you.

8 friendly sessions, 9 fun booklets 

Each session addresses a new topic, like: understanding your mood, improving your self-esteem, etc. and is based on a booklet.

The first booklet, Write All Over Your Bathroom Mirror is aimed at helping you maximize the use you will make of these booklets.

So do take some time out for yourself for Mental Health and sign up today with Gisele Marion, gisele.marion@cmha.bc.ca or phone me at 604-929-2199 x7.

About Dr. Chris Williams
Dr. Chris Williams is a Professor of Psychiatry and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. His primary clinical and research interest is in the area of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), with a focus on disseminating this approach more widely. He has developed both print- and computer-based self-help treatments for anxiety, depression, and bulimia, and is a respected CBT trainer and teacher.

Check http://www.llttf.ca for further info!

Any questions, don’t hesitate to be in touch. Many thanks!

All the best,

Gisele

Gisèle Marion

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Facilitator

Bounce Back Community Coach

CMHA North and West Vancouver Branch

300 – 1835 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver  V7M 2J8

Tel: 604-929-2199 ext 7    Fax: 604-980-0336

Please leave a voice message, we will respond within 48 business hours.

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