You’ve been waiting in line when you notice someone inching in front of you. What do you do? Have you ever considered why you react the way you do? Could your reaction to this scenario be a pattern in your habits? This workshop is led by two people-minded facilitators, a psychotherapist and a life coach, with interest on the practice of being assertive. This workshop focuses on what it means to be assertive and its value as well as limits. Active participation takes the form of discussion around how to move towards acting assertively, pair-share and group reflection.
Facilitators: Patricia Paul, MEd, MSc A CFT and Niem Huynh, PhD, PPCC
Patricia Paul Lifelong learner. She is a psychotherapist and an educator. Patricia has a diverse professional and educational background ranging from Communication Studies to Couple and Family Therapy. Her main interest is to help individuals develop their insight and support them along their hero’s journey.
Niem Huynh Geographer. Inquirer. Risk taker (calculated). She is an educator and geographer by training and applies those skills to her role at Concordia University. Niem's diverse professional experience working in different positions within the university and non-profit sectors has ignited her interest in how people navigate their career paths.
A Zoom link will be sent to students who register.