This month, join clinical psychologist, author, trainer, speaker & humanitarian Dr Louise Hayes in a conversation around boundary setting and how we can better monitor ourselves, our time and project expectations when running community projects.
Wednesday, May 6
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Setting boundaries is an important part of establishing your identity, role and function within a community project with your contractor, your community and your artistic team. Boundaries can vary from loose to rigid and often flow across this spectrum and importantly help people indicate what they will and will not hold themselves responsible for. Setting boundaries for time and commitment can be the hardest things to do when working with community projects.
How do I ensure I am setting healthy boundaries?
What can I do to ensure my contractor and the communities I work with have clear engagement boundaries and expectations?
About Louise Hayes:
Louise divides her time between training and clinical work in acceptance, mindfulness and positive therapeutic approaches, treatment development, speaking, and writing. Her passion is leading trips to the Himalaya to practice mindfulness.
Louise is a world expert in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy/Training (ACT) for young people and the co-author of the best selling book, Get Out of Your Mind and Into your Life for Teenagers: A Guide to Living an Extraordinary Life, and the newly released book, The Thriving Adolescent: Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Positive Psychology to Help Teens Manage Emotions, Achieve Goals, and Build Connection