She Shares : Dr. Randy Paterson

Join the St. Mary’s She Shares annual luncheon event.

Thursday April 27, 2017 | Bingemans Ballroom | 12:00pm – 2:00pm

Featuring:  Dr. Randy Paterson

Psychologist and Author: “How to be Miserable: 40 Strategies You Already Use”

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We spend most of our lives trying to feel happier, and still we often discover that fulfillment lies out of reach. What if we did the opposite? Dr Randy Paterson invites us to consider the unthinkable: If your goal was to feel worse rather than better, what would you do? How would you live your life? In the process we might discover the choices we are already making that cause the difficult challenge of existence to be even less fun than it needs to be. Based on his book How to be Miserable: 40 Strategies You Already Use, this talk promises to be an unexpectedly funny and insightful trip to the dark side.

$75 per person, $600 table of eight  |  Luncheon, Speaker, Book Signing*

*”How to be Miserable” will be available for purchase on site

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Questions? Contact Cristen Brown at cbrown@supportstmarys.ca or 519-749-6918

Speaker Biography

Dr. Randy Paterson (www.randypaterson.com) is a psychologist and author (How to be Miserable, Your Depression Map, The Assertiveness Workbook), and is the founding director of Changeways Clinic in Vancouver BC. In addition to his clinical work, Dr Paterson provides training programs for professionals on the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders across Canada and internationally. He was the 2008 recipient of the Canadian Psychological Association’s Distinguished Practitioner award.

St. Mary’s She Shares is proudly supported by:

Libro Credit Union

 

Promotional support provided by:

 

STMA1002_SMGHF_LogoFamily_4In keeping with St. Mary’s commitment to education and reputation for reaching beyond the walls of the hospital, “St. Mary’s She Shares” represents an ongoing healthy living dialogue with women in Waterloo Region. Women play an important role in the health of our community.   Within a family unit, it is women who often ensure the health and well-being of other family members.  With that in mind, this educational event provides attendees the opportunity to network and engage in topics of discussion which directly impact their own lives as well as the lives of those closest to them. Creating a platform to discuss healthy living and topics of interest to the women of Waterloo Region is a true investment in the health of our community.

 

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