20 janvier 2022, 10:00 - 11:00 AM
In this interactive workshop we will explore what active communication is and why it’s important when relating and responding to mental health. Participants will learn practical skills they can bring into their workplace and personal lives to de-escalate someone who is in crisis or distress, deepen connections and decrease stigma.
Pen and paper for note-taking.
Anyone interested in learning more about active communication.
Born and raised in Ottawa, Breanna Pizzuto has degrees from the University of Ottawa in Health Sciences and Psychology. Breanna has experience working various jobs in the healthcare and social services fields, including addictions, supportive housing and crisis intervention. With a strong passion for helping others and an interest in breaking down stigma surrounding mental health and suicide, Breanna started her business, Talk Tools, in 2018.
Breanna is a Bronze Level LivingWorks Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST) trainer as well as an instructor of St. John Ambulance’s “Mental Health and Wellness in the Workplace” course. She is also an instructor of LifeLine Workshops’ “Assessing Suicide in Kids” (ASK).
Breanna is currently working towards completing her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University and plans to add a private practice to Talk Tools in summer 2023.
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There is a course minimum of 5 registrants.
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