Mental Health

The Art of Assertiveness

This session is intended for Caregivers

Think about a situation you have faced in your caregiving role where you ended up feeling resentful and unhappy about the way it ended. Perhaps you feel like you were taken advantage of, violated, not respected and/or not heard. If this is resonating, sign-up for this webinar to hear how to handle it differently and improve your assertiveness next time.

Allison Reeves has been helping family caregivers become more assertive for over 2 decades. With kindness and compassion she will demonstrate an approach to breaking down difficult situations into parts that will help you to navigate. Learn about some simple yet effective tools that will enable you to state clearly and calmly what you believe, what you feel and what you want to have happen. Whether you have a specific concern or want to simply tap into her knowledge, Allison looks forward to your participation.

  1. M. ALLISON REEVES, M.A., is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and has been since 1994. With over 23 years of experience as a psychotherapist and an M.A. (educational psychology specializing in learning and development as well as counselling), she is currently in private practice counselling adults grappling with a wide array of issues. Her three areas of extensive background are: family caregiving; chronic physical illness and chronic pain; and depression, anxiety, as well as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). She is a highly trained EMDR clinician and has been using it successfully treating severely traumatized clients since 1998.

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