This event is intended for Pembina Valley Chapter members of CPHR Manitoba
Working from home has changed our understanding and experience of work altogether. Interesting patterns of coping mechanisms have arisen. This shifting of established boundaries and our lives has been challenging to say the least for many of us, can we make working from home a bit less emotionally challenging? This workshop explores our WFH (work from home) struggles and makes practical recommendations around coping well with the new normal.
Deepak Kashyap will be delivering this session live during the Future of Work Conference on October 22, 2020.
Broadcast of recorded session from Future of Work Conference + group discussion
Virtual session via ClickMeeting. Complete system configuration test here
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| Cost (add GST):
Members - $20
Non-members - $30
| Event Cancellation Policy:
This event is governed by our general Professional Development Cancellation, Refund & Transfer Policy.
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More about the Facilitator
Deepak Kashyap (He/Him) is a counselling therapist and life skills, trainer. With an extensive, experience in corporate wellness and diversity and inclusion initiatives. He provides emotional and mental health services in person and online for over 10 years. He holds a master’s degree in the Psychology of Education from the University of Bristol, UK. He has been formally trained in advanced programs in REBT and CBT from the Albert Ellis Institute in New York and attended the MBCT summer school program at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre at the University of Oxford, England. He has conducted workshops in India, Dubai, the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, and Canada on various emotional wellbeing projects. His expertise lies in developing and delivering programs for organizational mental health initiatives, anti-racism and anti-oppression frameworks, Diversity and Inclusion training and LGBTQ2S+ leadership and rights activism. He is a published columnist in national newspapers and magazines and writes about issues related to sex, mental health, relationships, and emotional disturbances. He has appeared on various national and international news channels, talk shows, and debates, radio and newspapers, discussing emotional health and sexuality issues. Deepak is a member of the Ontario Association of Mental Health Practitioners (OAMHP) and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).