Share Your Story and Be Who You Already Are!
The Wolf Willow Well-being team provides professional development workshops, individual counselling and a variety of programs designed to support your mental health and well-being.
Programs and Workshops
Larisa Jeffares has had extensive experience working with children, youth and families. Professionally, she has worked for seventeen years with at risk youth and their families in various capacities.
Jon uses his gifts as a communicator and his experience as a first responder to help people identify signs of distress and to give simple, effective strategies to overcome these difficulties.
Nicole joined Wolf-Willow in early 2016, to share these teacher-specific wellness practices with other teachers to help prevent their burnout.
Wolf Willow Well-being
The power of nature is endless. Nature provides healing, fun, joy, introspection, fitness, nurture, food, well-being, stress reduction, oxygen, support for all of our senses, light and dark I could really go on and on as the list of benefits from nature is never ending. For this reason, Wolf Willow Well-being uses an aspect of nature in all of their programming. Enjoy a hike during a counselling session, an outdoor education lesson during a workshop or simply play and laugh outside. We believe in supporting our clients well-being by using the support that comes for being outside in nature. Earth’s classroom is a gift worth experiencing.
Workplace Well-Being Package
The Workplace Well-being Program can be tailored to meet the needs of your organization.
Please contact us for more information regarding workshop details and group rates
Individual Counselling Sessions
Clients who are experiencing anxiety and/or depression, addiction or autism will learn to share their story and be who they already, through the experience mindfulness practices, nature as a classroom, reiki, counseling and yoga.
Family Well-being Package
Serves Families who would like to learn mindfulness strategies and interact with nature as a classroom as a way to reduce the stress in their homes.
My palms are sweaty. I am anxious and procrastinating. I think, “Who cares! Readers will think this is stupid and simple. They will think I am a pushover and easily manipulated. I don’t want to write this! As I sit quietly reflecting, my mind races and continues to play these messages. My shoulders feel like