I am beyond honoured to be a Trainer in this amazing program again! For more information or if you would like to register, please visit http://www.tinalackner.com! This program was life-changing for me and I would love to share this experience with other Children’s Mental Health and Academic Professionals!
Category Archives: Counselling Brampton and Orangeville
Thinking about being a children’s yoga teacher? Here’s your chance!
I am so excited to be involved in such an amazing program. As a former student of the TIYAMA program (Therapeutically Integrated Yoga And Mindfulness Approach), I learned so many amazing tools that I use both personally and professionally. This program has added another layer to the services that I can provide my younger clientsContinue reading “Thinking about being a children’s yoga teacher? Here’s your chance!”
Starting August 2020!!!
Taking early bird registration for this new online parenting group hosted by myself and my colleague, Uresha Salgado. To register or for more information, feel free to contact me here.
Be Kind and Give Love to Yourself: Using Self-Compassion This Valentine’s Day
We completed the first month of 2021…how has it been for you so far? On a positive note, the Covid-19 vaccinations have been rolled out, the second lockdown is ALMOST behind us, and winter is more than halfway finished. For those who committed to New Year’s resolutions, you are probably still motivated to do whatContinue reading “Be Kind and Give Love to Yourself: Using Self-Compassion This Valentine’s Day”
“Happy” Holidays? Finding creative ways to stay festive during a pandemic holiday season
The jury is split among the clients I have been seeing. The holiday season is either cancelled or it’s going to be celebrated in an excessive and overly abundant manner. One thing is common though: it is definitely going to be a holiday season that will be different from all holiday seasons. This pandemic hasContinue reading ““Happy” Holidays? Finding creative ways to stay festive during a pandemic holiday season”
Embracing the Forever Student in Me…
Through this pandemic, I’ve learned a few things about myself. First, there is always time to do the things I want, even though it seems like there is not enough time in the day. Second, in difficult times, it’s important to find “silver linings”. And if there doesn’t seem to be any, make them forContinue reading “Embracing the Forever Student in Me…”
To Send or Not to Send Your Kids to School During this Pandemic…
One of the common themes of my sessions these days seem to be the difficult decision ahead of many parents of young children and youth: Should I send my child(ren) back to school or keep him/her/them home in the Fall? For some, it is not really a difficult decision at all – we have workContinue reading “To Send or Not to Send Your Kids to School During this Pandemic…”
When the topic of Systemic Racism makes you feel uncomfortable…
One of the common themes of my most recent sessions with clients has surrounded the topic of “systemic racism”. There are so many reminders in our local and international communities that have been present in our newsfeeds. It seems that everywhere we turn, whether or not it’s in the news or on all social mediaContinue reading “When the topic of Systemic Racism makes you feel uncomfortable…”
Relationship Survival: We’re in this pandemic together
Let’s rewind a couple of months for a moment: You may recall you and your partner in a different type of routine. Work may have been outside of the house for most of the day. Kids (if any) were in school for most of the day. Then, at some point in the evening, you allContinue reading “Relationship Survival: We’re in this pandemic together”
Distance Learning: What I’ve Learned After I’ve Survived the First Week
I survived the first week of distance learning…did you? Last week, I was asked to participate in an interview for a local paper about the impact of distance learning on children and working families, and more importantly, the barriers that may interfere with success. To read the article, please click here. Preparing for this interviewContinue reading “Distance Learning: What I’ve Learned After I’ve Survived the First Week”