You'll find here some events that already engaged participants to make STRIDES. To know more details, click on the title name. To reserve your your place in upcoming events, click "Book" to reserve your seat.
This is a 3 days workshop for "Save The Children" NGO staff aimed at training staff on stress management basics to become trainers at their workplace to their teams & to spread "wellness" initiatives to enhance work-life balance.
This is a free workshop to equip participants with tools to overcome anxiety & depression. It also sheds light on the upside of these two states & how to use the for our advantage.
This is a very important workshop to attend if you need to learn positive communication skills and have harmonious relationships on both personal & professional levels.
This is a workshop for Clinical Psychologists that provides them with essential tools to support clients on the road to becoming more resilient.
Dania's passion to Psychology extends to giving a presentation on Psychology as a career to high school students during the career orientation fair organized by BLOM Bank.
We’re often warned that “stress” is our enemy and we’re advised to beware its negative repercussions. The truth is “stress” has its upside and we ought to better make use of it as a described negative state.
This is a half an hour talk tailored to Medical Doctors during the Makassed Medical Congress to highlight the Compassion Fatigue syndrome that afflicts professionals that work with pained populations.
This is a private event organized by JCI Lebanon as part of giving life-skills training to their members as well as the Lebanese community at large. It's a stress management workshop that includes practice of stress-reduction tools.
This is a private event organized by Mrs. Carla Aramouni who hosted a fantastic group of ladies to offer them a dynamic workshop tailored to equip them with emotional regulation techniques.
This is a private event as part of a 3 days retreat to Azm School administrative staff aimed at empowering them to be more positive team players in the "Game of Life"