In Action

Check out some of the different publications and sites featuring Lisa

LEARN magazine

Learn is an online publication produced three times a year from the BC Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB).  The magazine is to inform educators who hold BC teaching certificates, and other stakeholders, about professional regulation and quality programs in British Columbia. 

PowHERhouse Magazine

Our magazine celebrates positive role models who are making an impact in sport, business, the arts or their community.  Enjoy feature interviews with these women (called PowHERhouse Portraits) discussing everything from their latest merger to a favourite healthy snack they are currently grooving on or tips and strategies on how they are currently prioritizing their own self-care.

BC Counsellor Magazine

The BC Counsellor is the print publication of the BC School Counsellors’ Association.  The magazine informs counsellors of programing, resources and learning available to support their counselling practice in schools. 

McGraw Hill Education – Art of Teaching

Learning might be a science, but teaching is an art. Discover the stories, advice, and goals of educators across the country in the Art of Teaching project.  McGraw Hill is an online platform written by educators from a heart-centred space.  Check out Lisa’s blog post on Mindfulness!


yoUnlimited’s Pitch Your Passion is an opportunity to gather, and for five individuals to share their passion and potentially go home with $500 in cash to jump-start their idea, as well as make connections to support them moving forward. It is a unique ‘in the moment’ giving opportunity. The only judging criteria being the heart-centered support of someone’s passion.  

Heart-mind Conference

Heart-Mind 2018: Take Care of Yourself explored how self-acceptance, being kind to ourselves, and connection improves our well-being, and makes it possible for us to be more present and caring for the children and adults in our lives. The conference brought together leading minds that shared the latest science and practice of well-being in the context of education, parenting, mental health and more!  Participants enjoyed rich opportunities to connect with others, learn, laugh, be inspired, and experience some sparks that help ignite our own journey to well-being.
Lisa’s workshop “Awakening the Wellbeing of Educators” brought teachers from across the province together to discuss resliency.

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