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TKEQ the shop Extends its Support of Lionheart Foundation

After a very successful fundraising campaign in 2018 where over $800 were raised, Lionheart is excited to announce we have extended our partnership with TKEQ the shop. Starting February 1, 2019, 10% of proceeds from TKEQ’s STRONG Collection will be donated to the Foundation. Items can be viewed or purchased online at https://www.tkeqtheshop.com/collections/strong-collection-extended.

TKEQ the shop is a small apparel company dedicated to creating fun graphic shirts that empower girls and young women. The brand recognizes the confidence of young women worldwide, and all of TKEQ’s apparel is designed as a way for women, both young and old, to celebrate the confidence within themselves.

Kaelyn Kennedy is the owner of TKEQ the shop. She is supporting Lionheart Foundation because as a teenager, she can empathize with the struggles that some young women face. Kaelyn feels that in some cases, there is a lack of support, resulting in issues not being addressed in a timely manner and that too often, women and girls with anxiety are dismissed as simply being “overly sensitive” or “too emotional.”

After living in Langley, British Columbia for the past two years, Kaelyn has returned to Calgary where she is focused on TKEQ and her Marketing Degree at the University of Calgary.

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Accredited Eating Disorder Continuing Medical Education Seminar

Lionheart Foundation in partnership with Silver Linings Foundation is a proud to sponsor a wine and cheese reception for over 200 physicians attending this continuing medical education seminar on eating disorders.  The course will enable family physicians and primary care teams to diagnose and manage patients with eating disorders.  Specifically, participants will learn to:

  • Screen and identify patients at risk for eating disorders
  • Take an appropriate history in patients with suspected eating disorders
  • Manage stable mild to moderate severity AN, BN
  • Diagnose and manage patients with BED
  • Refer patients requiring further management to community resources

Date and Time
February 7, 2019
12:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Location
Best Western Plus Village Park Inn
1804 Crowchild Trail Northwest
Calgary, AB T2M 3Y7

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Robin Shapiro Training - Easy Ego State Interventions

Join Lionheart Foundation as Robin Shapiro provides training on “Introduction to Ego States: Functional Roles and Developmental States, Trauma/Broken-Attachment Based States, Dissociative States, and the States that Live in Clients and in You.”

Participants will learn about using Ego State Therapy for attachment issues, relationships, sexual issues, performance enhancement, trauma recovery, and working with dissociative states. Training also includes interventions for calming immune systems, transforming shame, increasing resourcing, and healing personality disorders.

Lionheart Foundation is pleased to make available at a subsidized rate this wonderful three day training session. Registration includes hot and cold beverages and snacks during the morning and afternoon breaks. Participants will be given time to access lunch on their own for all three days. The CNIB is on the River pathway system with nearby restaurants, and the location has a lovely garden if participants wish to bring a bag lunch.

The CNIB is a short walk away from the Zoo C-Train Station, making access to the facility easy. For those who are driving, there is ample free parking.

Participants with or without knowledge of EMDR are encouraged to attend.  12 EMDRIA credits will be awarded for those who have completed EMDRIA-approved Basic EMDR training.

April 24 – 26, 2019
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
CNIB Calgary Building – Training Room,
10 11A St NE, Calgary, AB

$400 per person

Robin Shapiro has used ego state therapy for more than 36 years. She is the editor of EMDR Solutions: Pathways to Healing; EMDR Solutions II; The Trauma Treatment Handbook; andEasy Ego State Interventions.  Robin practices psychotherapy in Seattle, provides consultation to clinicians in four countries, speaks often at conferences and workshops, and is working on her new book, How to Do Psychotherapy.  Her training is accessible, transformational, and highly usable.

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Upcoming B'Tween Girls Workshops

Tasha Belix has over 20 years of experience successfully helping adolescent girls navigate the difficulties that often arise during the tween and teen years. We are excited to announce that Tasha will be hosting several upcoming workshops that will help girls between 8 and 15 years of age reach their full potential with confidence and success!

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Shop At TKEQ the shop And Support Lionheart Foundation

Lionheart Foundation is excited to announce a partnership with TKEQ the shop from October 15 through November 15, 2018. During this period, half of the proceeds from TKEQ’s STRONG Collection will be donated to the Foundation. Items can be viewed or purchased online, and there will be a pop-up store at the Royal West Horse Show from October 18-28.

TKEQ the shop is a small apparel company dedicated to bringing you fun graphic tees for your equestrian lifestyle. The brand recognizes the confidence of young women worldwide, and all of TKEQ’s apparel is designed as a way for women, both young and old, to celebrate the confidence within themselves.

Kaelyn Kennedy is the owner of TKEQ the shop. She is supporting Lionheart Foundation because as a teenager, she can empathize with the struggles that some young women face. Kaelyn feels that in some cases, there is a lack of support, resulting in issues not being addressed in a timely manner and that too often, women and girls with anxiety are dismissed as simply being “overly sensitive” or “too emotional.”

After living in Langley, British Columbia for the past two years to complete her Junior Riding career, Kaelyn returned to Calgary where she is focused on TKEQ and her Marketing Degree at the University of Calgary.

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