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Thursday September 3rd, 7:00pm: Mindful at Home - Why Mindfulness Matters. Worlds are really colliding at the moment - family, school, work - all in our homes. The question is how to deal with this in a mindful way. We find ourselves at a moment where the world has asked us to stop, reflect, and reassess our priorities, habits, and trajectories. While it can be painful to recalibrate ourselves in this new reality, it can also be profoundly transformative. Mindfulness techniques are designed precisely for a moment like this. Join us for an evening with Debra Danilewitz, as she provides practical parenting strategies to bring out the best in you and your children. Discover how to turn the emotional stressors of this time into strength that you carry forward into navigating what is next. Debra will share insights to help develop self-awareness and mental stability for you and your family. She hopes to empower you as parents to conduct yourselves in a resilient and mindful way that is ultimately beneficial to all those around you. Register here.

About Debra Danilewitz Debra Danilewitz is a registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and has a Masters Degree in Educational Psychology and a Masters Degree in Humanities. She is currently completing her Doctorate Degree with a focus on mindfulness in education at York University. She has worked as the School Counsellor for 25 years at Bialik Hebrew Day School at Viewmount and now at the Himel Branch. Prior to her life at Bialik, she was the school psychologist at King David High School in South Africa. She also lectured at Medical School at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa and lectured in the Department of Psychology at Rhodes University in South Africa. She has written and published four children's books. David Goes to Play Therapy, Memories and Reflections of My School Years, The Treasured Gift and The Present. She is a qualified yoga teacher. Debra has extensive experience working with children and parents both educationally and therapeutically in a warm and nurturing manner and has brought mindfulness and compassion into the classrooms at Bialik.

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