Proceeds from book sales at this event are donated to charity.
All proceeds to Canadian Mental Health Association Vancouver-Fraser.
Meet the WOW contributing authors of Emotional Intelligence: Mental Health Matters
Christine Awram - WOW Founder, "Introduction"
Alyson Jones MA, RCC, "Mental Health IS Health"
Catherine O’Kane, "Overfunctioning"
Cathy Derksen, "Reinvent your Life Through Resilience and Tenacity"
Corisa Bell, "Stalked by Expectations – It’s Okay to Not be Okay"
DeeAnn Lensen, "How I Discovered Emotional Intelligence"
Ellen Walker-Matthews, "When a Piece of Your Heart Dies"
Jacqueline Fowler BSN, MD, "Mental Health IS Health"
Jennifer Morgan, "A State of Mind"
Katherine McEachnie, "Determination Wins"
Katherine Potter, "The Inner Voice"
Kathy Herriot, "The Importance of Support"
Kim Mowatt, "The Heart Science Solution"
Kristy Henkes-Joe, "Finding a spark in the darkness"
Lilly A. Gwilliam, "Self-Empowerment Through Forgiveness"
Sam van Born, "Broken and Alone – the Silence of Abuse"
Terriea Harris, "Unapologetically YOU"
Secure your tickets now - it's FREE but we always reach capacity in advance and you must be registered to attend. Looking forward to WOWing you.
Come celebrate the fifth book in the WOW Woman of Worth Series at this FREE event.
We want to party with you!
September 28, 2019 2pm to 4pm
“Emotional Intelligence: Mental Health Matters"
Meet our bestselling authors
Enjoy complimentary desserts
Mix and mingle with our fabulous WOW community.
Special Guests and Entertainment TBA
Men are welcome, too!
The time has come for this groundbreaking book on Emotional Intelligence to arrive. It challenges the status quo, and breaks the stigma that surrounds mental health.
You will step into a personal conversation with these 15 courageous authors who have uncovered their souls to give you hope. Their stories may break your heart and steal the very breath from your lungs, but they will also inspire you to see that triumph over adversity is always possible.
"When it comes to business, relationships, and being truly happy, emotional intelligence is the secret sauce to everything that matters. This book is a game-changer and inside these pages are invitations to witness what ‘doing the work’ looks like. May they inspire you to do the same."
Master Coach. International Speaker. Igniter.
The resilience of the human spirit shines throughout this book. Whether it’s grief, loss, depression, anxiety, illness, abuse, or any stressor affecting you or someone you love, these stories will take you by the hand and show you how to not just survive, but thrive. You are not alone.
Canadian Mental Health Association
As the nation-wide leader and champion for mental health, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) helps people access the community resources they need to build resilience and support recovery from mental illness or addiction. We do this by building capacity, influencing policy, providing services and developing resources. Together we positively impact change, creating a community that supports mental health and reduces the stigma associated with mental illness.
We believe everyone deserves to be mentally healthy and live in a healthy community. By offering community-based mental health education, services, and supports for children, youth, adults and seniors, CMHA Vancouver-Fraser contributes to the long-term health and wellbeing of our communities.
We have three pillars of work:
• Wellness and Community Inclusion – We walk alongside people living with mental illness. We support them in reaching their hopes and dreams and living full and contributing lives in their communities.
• Early Intervention and Prevention – We increase young peoples’ mental health knowledge while helping them develop skills to maintain positive mental health and develop confidence to ask for help when they need it.
• Mental Health Promotion – Mental health includes habits and behaviours that build positive mental health, social support networks that we can count on and that have a strong connection to our community. CMHA helps people with these aspects of living a mentally healthy life and reduces the stigma related to mental illness.
An unwavering advocate for children and youth, Natalie has experienced and witnessed empathy to be the birthplace of healing and transformation. As the Team Leader of the Super Fun Groups at Canadian Mental Health Association (Vancouver –Fraser), Natalie supports dozens of children and their families with, playfulness, pizzazz, and a persistent passion. Through her www.modelforlove.com workshops, Natalie speaks candidly to young girls about her past experiences as a fashion model, her struggle with mental health issues, and the difficult but worthwhile journey of healing through self-love. With a Masters of Arts in Leadership, Natalie knows that learning always comes first. Through a devotional practice of meditation and yoga, Natalie has found community, and a depth of healing that she never fathomed possible; one that she strives to share with the world around her.