Wed., Nov. 13 | 2468 Scotia St

Adults, Kids, Social Media and Mental Health: What do they all have in common? (1)

This interactive and introspective workshop is designed for adults and parents to develop personal strategies to make changes in your relationships, and in your homes. What would you be doing right now if social media or smartphones did not exist? How would you live your life differently?
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Adults, Kids, Social Media and Mental Health: What do they all have in common?  (1)

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Nov. 13, 2019, 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
2468 Scotia St, 2468 Scotia St, Vancouver, BC V5T 1W5, Canada

Workshop Summary

If you would enjoy interacting with other adults and discussing the effects of social media on our kids while sipping a glass of white or red or sipping on some bubbly water and indulging in a charcuterie board, this workshop is for you. This interactive and introspective workshop is designed for adults and parents to develop personal strategies to make changes in your relationships, and in your homes. What would you be doing right now if social media or smartphones did not exist? How would you live your life differently?

This workshop will be facilitated by Anthea Lovatt, founder of Branching Forward (Vancouver, BC & Burlington, ON). Anthea uses a remarkable and fresh style to problem solving coupled with a deep understanding of families and children of all ages. In addition to being a certified teacher in BC and Ontario, Anthea is a certified life coach, and an NLP practitioner (Neurolinguistics) who has worked with children and families for over 20 years. She has a passion for helping parents and adults make positive changes in their homes especially around the topic of social media and the effects it has on our mental health both as adults and children.

Anthea believes that everyone is capable of making significant changes in their lives, even if they start small. Her love for seeing families grow in connection, communication and play puts a huge smile on her face. Outside of coaching and teaching, you will find Anthea looking for excuses to have people over as she has a passion for bringing people together and making connections happen.