The winter struggle is real — and if it feels like your headaches have kicked into high gear just in time for the holidays, you’re not alone. Weather-related headaches are more common than you might think, with migraines affecting women three times more often than men. The good news? There are ways to be proactive in preventing future headaches — and in cases where there’s no stopping it, you do have some options for managing the symptoms.
Presented by the Canadian Bar Association British Columbia Branch: http://cbapd.org/details_en.aspx?id=BC_vio0615r.
Gleneagle Secondary School’s Leadership Class is sponsoring an event called “Talk to Me”. The purpose of this event will be focused on overcoming anxiety and mood disorders. Alyson is looking forward to being one of the presenters at the event, where she will be discussing the pursuit of happiness, and why our focus on happy may actually be creating depression and anxiety.
Alyson and her Family Forward Team will be presenting “Moving Families Forward”
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Alyson is participating as a presenter for the BC Parenting Coordinators Roster Society training event in San Diego, CA where she will discuss “The Waves of Conflict”.