Keeping Your Glass Half Full
May 4, 2020 | 2:00 p.m. Eastern | 12:00 p.m. Pacific (1.0 hours)
Given the current climate, we could all use a little perspective. in this workshop, Corrie Sirota will explore how we can expand our reality so that we see the world from different perspectives, and in doing so; we open ourselves up to increased potential, more creativity and greater opportunities that impact both our professional and personal lives. In this interactive workshop will also help participants learn specific strategies that will change their reality so that they can find happiness through the lens in which they view their world regardless of potential obstacles. Please remember to have a pen and paper handy!
About the Presenter
Corrie Sirota holds a Masters degree in Social Work from McGill University, (Montreal, Canada) as well as a Graduate Certificate in Loss and Bereavement where she continues to teach in the School of Social Work. As a licensed psychotherapist, Corrie maintains a private practice specializing in loss and bereavement. She is the author of “Someone Died…Now What – A personal and professional perspective on coping with grief and loss. Corrie is the Clinical Director of Camp Jackie – a free weekend long bereavement camp for children ages 6-17. Most recently, Corrie delivered a TEDx talk in Laval, QC entitled ‘Loss and Found: How to Create New Normals after someone you love dies’. She is also a well-known guest speaker having presented both locally and nationally and continues to develop and facilitate psycho-social prevention and intervention workshops for schools, camp staff, community agencies, and organizations including the Canadian Armed Forces. Corrie is also the co-host of the weekly radio show Life Unrehearsed on CJAD 800 and is frequently interviewed on local radio, news and TV for issues related to coping with crisis. She is married and has two children and loves to laugh.