CCTO Climate Cafe for Coaches, Facilitators & Mental Health Professionals
This April 3rd, Carbon Conversations TO is hosting a Climate Cafe for Coaches, Facilitators & Mental Health Professionals, but everyone is welcome. CCTO has been hosting monthly Climate Cafes since October 2022.
Climate Cafe is a warm and welcoming space, with Climate Psychology Alliance trained facilitators, where you share your feelings about the climate and ecological crisis. It is a thinking and feeling space, a haven from busyness and isolation. Come as you are, and share as much or as little as you’re comfortable with.
A Climate Cafe is not a space for planning climate action or discussing climate policy. While these actions are very important, they are not the focus of our Climate Cafes. We do this because sharing feelings in a supportive setting helps to build our resilience during this confusing and difficult time.
You can learn more about CCTO and our Climate Cafes at: https://www.carbonconversationsto.com/climate-cafes
Event Timezone Reference - GMT-4
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Amy Castator - Amy is one of the co-founders and the current President of CCTO. Over the past decade, Amy has supported thousands of people across Canada to take action for nature through her work leading WWF-Canada's Living Planet @ Work program. She is now merging her passions for climate action and connecting with others into her climate coaching practice, where she supports environmentalists to find more ease and joy in connecting with the Earth in a profound and loving way.
Janet Mrenica - Janet is a FCPA, FCMA, a life time environmentalist, a Climate Reality Leader, a trained CCTO facilitator and active with the Global Climate Coaching Alliance. A former Executive with the Federal Public Service, Janet is bilingual, is an accredited Integral Professional Coach and a Climate Change Coach, accredited at the Associate level with the International Coaching Federation. She is passionate for holding space for meaningful conversations, in personal and organizational contexts in leadership, conflict, grief, loss, and climate change.
Event Language - English
Posted By - Carbon Conversations Toronto
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