Métis Mental Health and Covid-19:
Tools for Coping & Planning for Wellness
Feb 16, 2021 • 7-8:30pm EST
As the COVID pandemic continues, Métis people and communities are feeling the strain of disruptions to daily life that can wear down our mental health and wellbeing. Please join us for the next MNO Mental Health and Addictions Speakers Series event that will explore strategies Métis people can apply to build resiliency and enhance wellbeing.
- Explore key issues in mental health and wellness for Métis people
- Discuss Métis-specific strategies for well-being during Covid-19
- Learn about Weaving Wellness Wheels: a planning tool for Métis wellness
Register for this webinar at: https://bit.ly/3ab0bm3
About the Facilitator: Tera Beaulieu is a Citizen of the Métis Nation of Ontario and is currently completing her Doctor of Philosophy in the Counselling/Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Toronto. Her research examines the supports and challenges of Métis traditional knowledge in addressing the transition needs (mental health, education and employment) of urban Métis homeless peoples.
Tera is a registered psychotherapist and is the founder and director of the Weaving Wellness Centre, a private clinical and consulting practice specializing in serving Indigenous peoples and communities and those who have experienced trauma.
Tera is a mom to two little ones and loves participating in Métis culture and community events whenever she can!