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Screen Shot 2016-04-28 at 1.33.14 pmJackie Can

April 29, 2016

Where Forgiveness Leads

Jackie Can has lived an extraordinary life. Married at the tender age of 18 to the man of her dreams – this May would mark her 25th Anniversary. She was offered the world and nothing was denied her. She has raised two beautiful children who are now adults. She has travelled the globe and has experienced some of the finest life has to offer.

Two years ago Jackie’s world came crumbling down. The walls that had been built fell and Jackie began to realise that this freedom she had lived in was her captivity. Her marriage was abusive, controlling and was riddled with infidelity. Her story is harrowing and the truth that she now lives is true freedom.

Listen and hear why Jackie refuses to be called a victim and how forgiveness has given her healing and how she lives with gratitude towards the man that brought her to this place, her husband.

Jackie’s story is one that will inspire, challenge and speak directly to the heart of many listeners. Click here to listen LIVE or ON DEMAND

 

Screen Shot 2016-04-28 at 2.23.21 pmKeren Beck

The Joy of Menopause

May 5, 2016

Keren Beck is a wife, mother and nurse. She is a wise woman who is travelling the road through menopause and laughing and crying all the way. Keren is braving it all and sharing with the world her recent discoveries about this precious time in life. Following a telephone conversation with Susan whereby Keren had her in stitches, Susan decided this is just one more conversation that needs to come to light. Why suffer in silence? Why do we hide our pain, confusion, lack of sleep and craziness of menopause?

Join the conversation that promises to have you rolling on the floor with laughter as you hear Keren talk about her hair going from fabulous to brittle and dry overnight. Hear how her hairdresser was shocked by what she saw. But wait, there’s more… lizard skin and how her son and husband lived a day in fear whilst she roamed around the house in search of answers.

This conversation will be one to remember so invite your friends! Click here to listen LIVE or ON DEMAND

Screen Shot 2016-04-28 at 2.41.22 pmShannon Seymour

May 19, 1016

An Unlikely Benefit of Inclusion

Shannon Seymour is the founding Director of The Wellness Centre, Ltd. and licensed with the Council for Professions Allied with Medicine (CPAM) of the Health Practice Commission in the Cayman Islands. She earned a Bachelor’s degree (Honours) in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Regina, in Canada. While pursuing her studies Shannon became the first ever Canadian recipient of the prestigious graduate student grant from the American Psychological Association’s Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Shannon has a passion for community and frequently advocates for the rights of individuals and families living with mental illness and special needs. She is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association and a member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Shannon’s clinical career has spanned 20 years across Canada and the Cayman Islands, where she has worked for organizations such as Family Services Canada, Health Services Canada, and the Cayman Islands Government and in 2004 opened the doors to The Wellness Centre, Ltd.

Shannon’s clinical emphasis is in the area of psychological assessment and solution focused clinical interventions with adults and children. The success of The Wellness Centre can be clearly seen as a reflection of Shannon’s anchoring belief that all individuals possess the power within to make positive changes not only in their own lives, but also in the lives of their families, in their places of work, and in their communities. Shannon is extremely proud of The Wellness Centre’s growth and more importantly the impact its services and programmes are having in the lives of the people of the Cayman Islands.

Shannon recently delivered a compelling TedTalk titled ‘An Unlikely Benefit of Inclusion’.

The accidental inclusion of 5-year-old Calum in a social skills group not suited to meet his needs set in motion a career path change for Shannon, eventually making her the island expert on autism spectrum diagnosis and treatment. See how combining a love of football and a passion for inclusion created a path for diverse populations and their families to integrate into our communities at large. Click here to listen LIVE or ON DEMAND

 

 

 

 

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