Teen Wellness: How to Manage Stress and Anxiety

In this upcoming workshop through our Youth Leadership series, we will provide teens with the resources and tools to help them cope with everyday pressures and to encourage overall wellness.

Through small group discussions, journaling and activities, the intention of the wellness workshop will be to connect teens in a safe and supported environment, teach them about physiological, cognitive and emotional responses to stress and anxiety, and to explore different modalities and strategies for anxiety and stress reduction.

The workshop is for teens aged 13-18. Pizza dinner will be provided as well as snacks. Bring your own water bottle and wear comfortable clothing. All workshop supplies provided.

Please read registration process carefully. 

In order to secure your spot and for your teen to participate, you MUST download the permission form FOUND HERE – add your signature and return it to seatoskyinfo@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

Registration closes March 9th. 

That’s it! It should only take 5 minutes to complete the process.

Instructor Bio:

Angie Davis is an Ontario elementary school teacher with fifteen years of teaching experience, and over 20 years experience working with youth. She is a member of the Mental Health Steering Committee of Trillium Lakelands D.S.B. and is trained in Mental Health First Aid, Mental Health Sensitivity, and ASIST suicide intervention training. Angie is a Registered Yoga Teacher, a Level 1 iRest® Yoga Nidra Teacher, and a Trauma Sensitive Yoga Teacher. Angie writes and presents provincially on the topics of health and wellness.

This event is FREE, however, a suggested donation of $20 would be appreciated to help cover costs. Donations can be made ONLINE HERE. Please do not bring cash to the event.