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February 16, 2022 | 1pm ET/ 10am PT

Sex, Love & Elephants: Mindfulness as Couples Therapy?

How can mindfulness help us in daily life? Can it help us to be a better partner, lover, or friend? The answer is Yes. 

Join Dr. Cheryl Fraser in this webinar to learn: 

  • The three keys to an exceptional relationship

  • How to change your mind, not your mate - and create happiness in your self and your relationship

  • How mindfulness can improve your erotic life

  • How mindful communication and mindful apology can serve you from the bedroom to the boardroom 


*Webinar in English Only

About the presenter:

Dr. Cheryl Fraser

Sharp, frank, and fearless - that’s Buddhist psychologist, sex therapist, author and speaker Dr. Cheryl Fraser. With a rare combination of academic credibility, humour, straight-talk, and life-changing advice, Dr. Cheryl is a sought-after media psychologist and relationship expert. She has helped thousands of couples jumpstart their love life and create passion that lasts a lifetime. She is an international speaker on the topic of Love and Passion and has been a guest expert for Dr. Laura Berman, Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul, and more.

A highly successful and awarded Fulbright scholar, Dr. Cheryl has conducted research on sexual behavior and what causes love relationships to succeed or fail. With her groundwork, she created the Become Passion – Create Love that Lasts a Lifetime - online immersion program for couples.

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March 9, 2022 | 1pm ET/ 10am PT

Performance Management from the Inside Out:
Mental Health for Leaders

We continue to face new challenges and stressors inside and outside of the workplace as the pandemic continues. As leaders, supporting our own mental health is critical for clear decision-making, effective communication, achieving goals and supporting the success of our teams. 


Join us for this leader-specific conversation to discuss:

  • The realities of burnout as a leader and the impact it has on individual and team performance 

  • What high-functioning anxiety is and how it’s affecting your team

  • New methods to gain momentum and improve performance even when motivation is low

  • How to identify and overcome common stressors & negative thought trains to perform and lead at your best


*Webinar in English Only

About the presenters:

Liz Horvath 

Manager, Workplace Mental Health, Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC)

Liz Horvath is a consultant and international speaker with more than 25 years of experience in health and safety.  She specializes in helping clients to implement health and safety systems and programs designed to achieve their goals with minimal risk of physical and psychological harm.

Jennifer Elia 

Vice President, Future of Work, Excellence Canada

A recognized pioneer in workplace health and benefits, Jennifer led the design and delivery of integrated, technology enabled, and data-driven employee health models for some of North America’s most progressive brands.  Jennifer is a vibrant strategist, speaker, and panelist. In 2020 she joined Excellence Canada in the newly created position of VP, Future of Work where she supports organizations in their journey towards Excellence in Healthy Workplaces and Mental Health. 

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