Register HERE This unique and custom-created live online two-hour workshop pulls together the Family Support Institute’s network of generous, caring individuals for an exploration of what’s important. What matters to me, what matters to you, what matters to us as a collective community? How do we reconcile our purpose and identity at a time when so much can appear divided? A deeper look into self-care is required. Inherent in this discussion is a call towards self-awareness, mindfulness, attunement to others and the value of respectful collaboration. It will begin and end reinforcing the most basic foundations of self-compassion – gentle reminders that we are all doing the best we can.
Kim Barthel’s mission is to support the conscious evolution of the human spirit. She’s an award-winning occupational therapist, multi-disciplinary teacher, speaker and best-selling author who is active in supporting people in many contexts globally. Kim is passionate about understanding complex behaviour, neurobiology, trauma-sensitive practice, sensory processing, attachment, leadership and mental health. Kim has 37+ years of practice in helping people to be their best selves. She pulls together information from many academic disciplines and combines them with a wealth of personal and professional experiences – in her heart and mind being a keen life-long learner. www.kimbarthel.ca