Stress Reduction for Management - May 1, 2019

The Stress Reduction for Management workshop informs leaders about the impact of stress, overwhelm, and burnout in the workplace and helps them to identify indicators of stress in themselves and others.

While this workshop is directed toward workplace stress, it is normal for stress to trickle into other aspects of your life. Luckily, managing stress in one area often positively impacts other areas of life.

With practical techniques to reduce stress and implement immediately, this workshop aims to support you in building a plan to make small changes in your life.

By learning these techniques, you will be able to support your employees from a calmer perspective, share the techniques you have learned, and work towards stress reduction overall.

Who: Elise Meertens, MC, Registered Psychotherapist (Q)
Where: Harmony House Wellness, 227 Eagle St Suite 202, Newmarket
When: Wednesday May 1, 2019 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Price: $75 plus tax – Introductory Rate!

Limited spaces available. Contact Christine @ 905-836-5666 for more information or register HERE

Are you overwhelmed by the tasks and worries that accompany your workplace responsibilities?

Does your stress impact your home life, relationships, and personal health?

Are you struggling to support your employees who are stressed?

Join this workshop to learn about the impact of stress and burnout, identify when you and your employees have symptoms of stress, and learn practical techniques to reduce daily stressors at work.

Managing stress appropriately is essential for productive, balanced, and positive employees.

Limited spaces available. Contact Christine @ 905-836-5666 for more information.



Elise Meertens is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) based in Toronto, Ontario. She completed her Bachelor of Arts and Science at McGill University in 2013 and Master of Counselling in Counselling Psychology through Athabasca University in 2018. She provides psychotherapy to adults, couples, and groups, and is passionate about educating individuals on mental health and well being. Elise strives to inform, empower, and give relatable examples to engage and involve participants in their own change. She believes the workplace should not be the most draining part of life and that making small changes can help reduce stress, achieve balance, and improve overall well being.