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Published on: November 25, 2017
On November 14th at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum, Women’s Brain Health Initiative’s Young Person’s Cabinet hosted the event ‘Engaging Millennial Minds: Be Kind to Yourself – Take Time to Relax.’
Guests listened to Laura Hartman, Occupational Therapist and Research Associate, discuss how studies have shown a measurable reduction in stress levels after a 45-minute art making session. And Suzanne Thomson, a Registered Art Psychotherapist, took guests through an exercise showing them how to reduce stress levels and explore their creative side with clay.
Matteo Tino, Investment Counsellor at RBC, was the MC for the event.
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