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Journaling for Health & Convo

We could all use better conversations Sylvia Donley discusses Journaling for Health and Conversation. Sylvia explores gratitude, release journaling, creative journaling, meditative journaling, food journaling and dream journaling. She also

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Why Self-Care Is a Must

Neuropathy is a health condition, and everything you put in your body will affect it — including food. Your best bet is to stick with whole foods close to their natural forms. Avoid overly processed items, especially those laden with sugar and white flour. Both substances spike your blood sugar. Again, even if you are not diabetic you are affected.

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Art Therapy for Healing

Art therapy gives voice to the parts of us that are most in need of healing. Heidi Pedersen, Registered Canadian Art Therapist, DKATI, BA Psych, CCPA, CATA explores how chronic

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Adopt a Positive Mindset

Cathy Toupin, Certified Professional, Neurolinguistic Programmer (NLP) and Neuro-Transformational Coach, explores how to adopt a more positive mindset towards your chronic pain. Discover how to: Topic Timings: About Cathy Toupin

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Tapping and its Benefits

Sylvia Donley, CNA Past President, provides an overview of Tapping, also called EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique.  People use tapping as an alternative method for treating negative emotion and physical

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Inositol for Anxiety & Mood

Inositol may help manage mood & anxiety disorders   Depression and anxiety can take many forms and do not discriminate against any particular group of people. This blog post will

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Sound Therapy

Joanne Neweduk provides an experiential session on how sound (and sound therapy) impacts our lives and our health. Feel your body and mind relax as you experience the soothing sounds

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3 secrets of resilience

The three secrets of resilient people – a talk by Dr. Lucy HoneImage Source: Karim MANJRA on unsplash   Right now, in this time of isolation, we have a wonderful opportunity to learn and

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Kathie Macduff – Art as Therapy

“Art as Therapy” refers to the idea that engaging in artistic activities can be a therapeutic and enriching experience for individuals, regardless of their artistic skill level. It emphasizes the

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