Join MAVA at our annual general meeting and professional development session, Positive Mental Health at Work with Stacey Shule Krueger.
This one hour interactive session focuses on the importance of maintaining positive mental health in the workplace and strategies for maintaining work/life balance.
Date: Tuesday, May 31st, 2016
Time: 8:00am to 11:00am
Location: Norwood Hotel, 112 Marion St, Winnipeg MB
8:00am to 8:30am Breakfast and Networking
8:30am to 9:30am AGM and Leadership Award
9:30am to 10:30am Positive Mental Health at Work
Registration is required.
Registration Deadline Wednesday, May 27th, 2016, 4:00pm
$30 for MAVA members
$50 for non-members
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About the Speaker:
Stacey Shule Krueger, Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg
Stacey Shule Krueger has been working with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg Region for 15 years. She started in direct service working with individuals who have lived experience or struggle with a mental illness. In 2008, Stacey started her position as community educator with the CMHA. In this role she does a variety of presentations ranging from mental illness awareness to mental well-being. She is a licenced instructor with Mental Health First Aid Canada / Mental Health Commission of Canada, as well as a licenced instructor with Living Life to the Fullest. Stacey is very passionate about mental health promotion and increasing awareness about mental health and mental well-being.