The Lunchtime Chat Series: Building Communities of Care

15 Nov

WHAT: Join us over lunch in a discussion on burnout and the ways that it shows up in our lives. We will discuss experiences with burnout and coping, and think about different strategies for taking care of ourselves and building resilience in our communities.

WHERE: The Livingroom of The Grey House (51 Bader Lane, Queen’s University)

WHEN: November 27th from noon until 2pm

Lunch will be provided by the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre.

To minimize our environmental impact we are moving towards using reusable cups, bowls and plates. Please bring your own mug and bowl if you can.

Peer support will be available for those who need it.

Coordinated by Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and OPIRG Kingston

 

Poster for 'Building Communities of Care: A Conversation on Burnout and Self-Care'. Description below.

[The image is a poster for event. The background is light blue. At the top in black bold text it reads ‘Levana Lunchtime Chat Series’. Underneath this there is text in read that reads ‘Building Communities of Care: A Conversation on Burnout and Self-Care’. In the middle of the poster there is a picture of wood blocks with black letters on them that spell out ‘burn out’. Underneath the photo there is black text that reads: Join us for a discussion about burnout and coping and different strategies for taking care of ourselves and building residence in our communities. Lunch will be provided! To minimize our environmental impact, please bring your own mug and bowl if you can. At the bottom of the poster there is bold text in red that reads ‘When? Thursday, November 27th 12pm Where? The Grey House, 51 Bader Lane’]

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