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Ontario Shores Annual Celebration

Keynote Speaker Sajel Bellon on Redefining Mental Health in Organizations and Communities through Cultivating Psychological Safety and Connection.
Redefining Mental Health in Organizations
Location

Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
700 Gordon Street


Whitby, ON L1N 5S9
Lakeview Cafeteria, Building 5, Level 1 (Main Entrance)

Join us on June 14 for our annual celebration, featuring a keynote address by Sajel Bellon, an occupational stress and trauma expert, and a mental health professional. All are welcome to come together for an insightful talk by Bellon as she shares her expertise on redefining mental health in organizations and communities through cultivating psychological safety and connection. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from one of the leading voices in mental health.

Ontario Shores’ 17th Annual General Meeting

When: Wednesday, June 14, 2023, at 2:00 p.m.

Where:  
Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences 
700 Gordon Street 
Whitby, ON L1N 5S9 
Lakeview Cafeteria, Building 5, Level 1 (Main Entrance)

RSVP: There is no cost to attend, please RSVP to @email

About Sajel Bellon 

Sajel Bellon is an occupational stress and trauma specialist and mental health professional. She is a professional speaker who specializes in the sciences of well-being, human connection, positive transformation and growth for individuals and organizations. Sajel Bellon has developed and delivered programs around the globe for a variety of postsecondary institutions and organizations, educating and inspiring others about the benefits of “Co-Creating Cultures that foster Psychological Safety and Connection”, “The Permission to be Human” and “Whole Systems Thinking for Extraordinary Change” to help organizations and families re-define their approach to mental health and its stigma.

Sajel Bellon is an expert in cultivating the space and conditions to improve work-life experiences and relationships, using the sciences of positive psychology, appreciative inquiry, positive organizational development and other modalities. She has created a series of programs, talks and workshops on personal occupational well-being, human connection, resiliency, and rising from trauma and stress. Her hope is to assist organizations, individuals and communities through the sciences of well-being and human connection by creating the necessary systemic change to better support their mental wellness, while also minimizing the incidence of occupational stress injuries and loss of life to suicide.

Attendees will be required to follow all pandemic-related health and safety measures in place at Ontario Shores at the time of the event.

For more information, please contact:  
Julie VanHartingsveldt, External Relations Specialist  
Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences 
Bus: 905-430-4055 ext. 6574 
Cell: 289-387-1813 
@email  
 

 

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