About the Session:
Using my personal experiences in both professional scenarios as a child and youth care worker volunteering with CMHA, BBBS, SickNotWeak and personal scenarios I would be honoured the opportunity to give insight as to potentials to be made in the educational system for our future generations, but information the entire nation, not just the government, can relate to. Embracing diversity in our personal stories and power, which connect us all; I want to discuss the significance of re-instilling compassion, inner wisdom and decency that are cultivated in childhood. More importantly, presenting alternative methods of healing, specifically related to energy work that is accessible to anyone who is open to trying methods beyond just medication and therapy.
Colleen public speaks and advocates for mental health education and communities youth. Colleen is very passionate about her advocacy and impact for change, especially in high risk, vulnerable areas such as addiction, mental illness and suicide prevention. Her open and rawness entices an audience’s attention, particularly due to relativity and age of 25, she has a capacity to help provide insight to others in understanding their own feelings/thoughts/scenarios.