#AdvoCon2019 Workshop: Embracing the Curve: The Case for Mental and Emotional Diversity by Ted Leavitt

Ted Leavitt is a counsellor working with youth, and he will bring his knowledge and experience to our conference for the second time! We hope you will be able to make it to see him speak at Connecting to Strengthen Advocacy in Education, our 5th education advocacy conference held October 18th and 19th at the Civic Hotel in Surrey, BC.

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Connecting to Strengthen Advocacy in Education Conference

Ted Leavitt is a registered clinical counsellor in private practice in Abbotsford, BC and currently the program manager of Langley Youth and Family Services. Since 2006, he has worked with and specialized in impulse control difficulties including ADHD, addictive behavior, aggression, self-harm, and attachment trauma.

Workshop: Embracing the Curve: The Case for Mental and Emotional Diversity

You will learn:

-Reduced fear of diagnostic labels

-Increased willingness to acknowledge the whole picture

The purpose of this presentation is to empower individuals and families to truthfully acknowledge their differences without forgetting to embrace them. The aim is to de-stigmatize words like “normal” and “abnormal” and take a deeper dive into what fears prevent us from fully accepting the realities of diversity.

You can learn more about Ted and and Connectivity Counselling here:

https://connectivitycounselling.com/

Ted is on Twitter @CounselorTed

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