Natasha Halliday, MA, CYCP, Speaker, has been working in mental health for over 20 years with a specific focus on youth. She has worked in variety of settings including hospitals, schools and community agencies. Natasha believes that we all possess resilience. She is dedicated to uncovering the resilience already there, foster and build resilience where needed, and demonstrating how to grow through adversity.
Natasha has facilitated trainings on mental health forensics, and conducted community presentations on a various mental health topics. She has been teaching in the Child and Youth Care Program for over 10 years. Natasha has shared her expertise at conferences, on radio podcasts, in workshops, seminars, mental health forums and community events.
55 Harwood Avenue South Ajax ON L1S 2H8
Main Branch, Rotary Room
October 10, 2020 12pm – 4pm
Natasha Halliday, MA, CYCP
Child & Youth Practitioner
Toronto, On Canada
I am Ann Powell, ‘The Wellness Decorator’, founder, visionary and guiding spirit behind Home Healing Hues. A home decorating company helping through Hues. I have been an Interior Decorator, Hunter Douglas Design Consultant with Decorview Canada in the Durham Region, Kawartha Lakes and the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario for many years. I had a life and career-changing experience when my best friend was diagnosed with breast cancer. Before her journey of operations, chemo, radiation etc. began, my friend asked me to bring my colour samples over and help her select a new colour for her family room. She chose to envelope herself in a healing colour. People’s homes are their physical space and I want to help improve their health and well-being, help heal them emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually by doing daily practices, create healing spaces with colour and environmentally friendly design ideas that promote a healthier life.
A mental health counsellor, consultant, educator and community advocate. His work is predominately centered counselling with folks who are looking for support around gender and/or sexuality and advocating for systemic barrier changes and inclusivity to be made at all levels of society, health and government.
As well he currently is the Chair of Centennial College-Addictions and Mental Health Program Advisory committee, President of PFLAG Durham Region, Chair of the BLOOM Network of Partners (Trans care partnership in Toronto). He also sits on local committees: Carea Community Health Committee- Ajax/Pickering, Toronto Police Services LGBTQ Community Committee, Durham Youth Pride, Pickering Age Friendly Steering Committee, Durham Youth Gambling Committee and Westshore Community Association.
Jake is working to bring forth a Durham Trans Care network in 2019 and is currently connecting with potential stakeholders to engage them in this much needed collaboration by all aspects of support of health, emotional and spiritual care for trans individuals in the Durham region.
Change is good. Change is grief. Change is growth. That is the mantra of Cordelia Clarke Julien, a Change Management Specialist with over 20+ years of change and transformation experience. As a self-profess change agent, Cordelia is well-known for her enthusiastic embrace of life changes. Whether as a professional public speaker, or through her life-change coaching sessions, Cordelia helps people to find the change and transformation they desperately seek. Using change enhancement techniques, Cordelia through Elevasyon successfully works with people to change and transform their respective worlds by providing strategic pathways to achieve goals and objectives.
Grounded in a growth mindset principle, her work has resulted in personal and professional transformations that promote the self in awareness, assessment and advancement. Through the application of a solutions focused lens, she has helped many rise to relevance. If you are ready for that change, DM her on twitter at @myelevasyon.
Join the Talk on Resilience.
Carion Fenn Foundation presents its 4th Annual Mental Health Forum in partnership with Ajax Public Library and Lakeridge Health.
Our program will feature exhibitors, a panel of speakers, and a breakaway session on resilience. Our speakers will include Cordelia Clarke-Julien, Natasha Halliday, Ann Powell, a professional from Lakeridge Health and more who will focus on the day-to-day struggles impacting families and teach you ways to cope and overcome life challenges. Community organizations like Canadian Mental Health Services, Durham Mental Health Services, Home Health Hues, The Denise House, Women’s Multicultural Resource & Counselling Centre and more will be there to showcase products or services available to the public.
Admission is Free!
Listen to our speakers, ask questions, participate in our breakaway session, network with others, enjoy light refreshments and fill out an entry ballot to win great prizes!
Home Healing Hues
Together We Are Stronger®
Jake Farr, BScBA, MSW, RSW
Mental Health Counsellor/Psychotherapist
Authentic Self Counselling Services
Cordelia Clarke - Julien
Change Management Specialist
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