Moving from Caterpillar to Butterfly Continue reading
Tag Archives: counsellor
Checking in on our #etmooc2 community
Etmooc 2.0 a mini Mooc which explores AI and the classroom Continue reading
Erin Luong- My Journey to be a Super Mom
Being a huge advocate for Children and Youth Rights and Supports I follow an organization called the Children’s Miracle Network. I found out about their latest fundraising/ marketing campaign Super Mom and I applied to get involved.
I was selected to be one of the moms in competition. Continue reading
Right as Rain
The acronym RAIN is an easy-to-remember tool for practicing mindfulness and compassion using the following four steps:
Recognize what is happening;
Allow the experience to be there, just as it is;
Investigate with interest and care;
Nurture with self-compassion. Continue reading
On the eve of #etmooc2
I am so excited that our dream has almost come to fruition. Tomorrow we are starting our 4 weeks of playing with AI. As of this evening we will be welcoming 212 delegates from all over the world Continue reading
I am Worthy
I AM WORTHY
Up early to enjoy my last few hours of Mexico. It has been AMAZING to learn just how WORTHY I truly am. I would love to have 4 amazing people join me here in Mexico this summer for their own Week of Worthiness.
Please email me at email@example.com or check out http://www.WingsOut.ca if you are interested.
The first 4 to respond will be guaranteed their experience of a life time#iamworthy#loveyours Continue reading
What type of bird are you?
Birds can teach you about your communication patterns. Continue reading
STEM and Me
Technology is a part of my Life Long Learning Journey
– Starting my Butterfly Effect Continue reading
Life Long Learning- 308.5 (official) hours of PD since getting my Masters in Counselling Psychology (2007)
I knew I was a life long learner… but reviewing my transcript of all I’ve done (officially) since getting my Masters in 2007 makes me smile. Over 308 hours of post graduate pd Continue reading
Walking Along Side my Graduate
It takes a village to raise our graduate