Topic: Sleep

Thursday, March 31st, 7:30-8:30 pm (Online)
Led by Therapist: Nicole Callander, RSSW

Learn sleep tips to help relax your mind at bedtime and cultivate good morning habits.

Human Strong is a Bayridge Circle of Care Company

self-care series: GRATITUDE

Why is Self-Care Important?

Making time for yourself is critically important to your well-being and happiness. It can allow your mind to recharge, improve your concentration, help you be more present in your relationships, and make you more productive. 

It's easy to understand the benefits of self-care, but how do you make time for it? Finding time for ourselves can be especially difficult in our fast-paced lives, endless commitments to our work and families, along with living in a technological world where we're always supposed to be on and accessible!

Through our 12-week Self-Care Series we will help you develop the skills to prioritize your needs so you can live a healthy life, inside & out. We welcome you to join us for the entire 12-week free series or you can join the topics that interest you most.

Note: Personalized therapy is best offered through a direct therapist-client session.

In the "Sleep" workshop you'll learn more about how a good night's sleep can positivity impact your mental wellness.

  • Learn tips to relax your mind in the evening to encourage better sleep. 
  • Cultivate good morning habits to increase your wellness.

  • Live, interactive workshop along with Q & A discussion led by a Bayridge therapist.

“Sleep is the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together.” — Thomas Dekker

Interested in Joining Other Free Workshops?

Check Out the Monthly Workshop Schedule.

Online workshops are open to all Human Strong users.  Although the workshops can have limited seating, you're welcome to join as many workshops as you like.  We value the community and encourage you to share this workshop with friend & family.

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Meet the Workshop's Therapist:

Nicole Callander, RSSW, Registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers

Focus: Anxiety, Anger Management, Adults, Adolescents, Youth Issues, Self-esteem, Teen-Parent Relationships, Mental Health Issues, Problematic Behaviour
"I am registered therapist with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. I have specialized training in Anxiety, Anger Management, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Individuals with Special Needs and Adolescents.

My biggest passion is empowering individuals to find the resources they need to become the best version of themselves.  

I am experienced in helping individuals of all ages overcome issues such as anxiety, depression, work and stress management. I am the mother of four children. Two of my children have special needs (my daughter has a severe genetic disability, and my son has ADHD, Executive Functioning issues and severe learning disabilities). 

It’s a rewarding and privileged experience to walk along the path of self-empowerment with my clients. I would be honoured to take the journey with you."