About The Workshop
When we experience gratitude, we have feelings of thankfulness, appreciation and gratefulness. This positive emotion is sometimes forgotten as we navigate the stresses of our everyday lives, though gratitude is always present. Being grateful is a habit, and as we continue to work on it, we can begin to appreciate the positives in our lives, no matter how small.
We will use our gratitude jars to help remind us of the positives in our lives and to help us reflect on these experiences. Everyone needs a pick-me-up! Join us on our crafting day to experience gratitude within your community.
Angela is passionate about mental health education, cultivating community, and researching health inequities. She graduated from the University of Toronto holding a Bachelor of Science with a specialization in Mental Health Studies and is committed to fostering development and facilitating positive change through passion, kindness, and hard work. She strives to coordinate strategic domestic and international partnerships to further aid in developing programs to grow communities. In her professional and volunteer activities, Angela firmly believes in empowering those around her. She continues to advocate for the sexual and reproductive rights of women, those who identify as women and the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Working closely with healthcare experts as a research assistant, she hopes to provide a renewed vision of healthcare education and legislation. Angela is currently an MEd candidate at Ontario Tech University and hopes to complete her studies by the summer of 2024.
She looks forward to connecting with those within her community.