Enhancing Resilience & Well Being
In our fast-paced, demanding workplace it is essential to maintain our health, focus and vitality. This has become increasingly challenging as stressors mount and change is ever-present. Today many people experience stress-related health and performance symptoms such as fatigue, inability to focus, irritability and poor health. This affects our ability to deliver reliable, efficient client service. Resilience is discussed today both in the scientific community and in its practical applications in our daily lives as the key ingredient that allows us to both prevent and recover from times of strain, stress and overload.
In this session participants will learn:
- The definition of resilience and its application to the practice of law
- To understand our body’s response to stress, both acute and chronic
- Five vital resilience practices to incorporate into your daily routine
- How to develop an individual action plan to control your personal health factors
- How to develop resilience skills and strategies to help you bounce back from the challenges of law firm management
This seminar is approved for CPD credits in the realm of professionalism by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Our Speaker, Marla Warner B.Sc. C.W.C R.Y.T.
Marla holds a B.Sc. in Kinesiology, is certified as a Stress Management Educator through the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback and is a Professional Wellness Coach.
Marla brings over 20 years experience as a consultant, facilitator, coach and educator in hospitals, corporations and in private practice. In addition Marla has extensive experience as a Stress Management Therapist in addictions and mental health.
As the principle of For Health Wellness Consultants, Marla provides organizational wellness and productivity programs. She has developed a range of CPD accredited programs (through the LSUC) and has facilitated them in law firms across the country. In addition Marla provides small group and individual coaching.
Marla is a Leader at Wellspring, an organization that provides programming for individuals and families living with cancer and she is a certified yoga teacher.
Marla has co-authored and produced two Relaxation CDs currently used in Toronto hospitals and available at several bookstores and on iTunes.
Marla is a member of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association.