Self Care in Action

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Self Care in Action
05:00 PM
Cafe Leo

Self Care in Action is an inclusive event of thought and discussion, offering practical self care tools by a panel of experts and resources around Montreal. 


🗓️ Saturday March 18, 2023

🕒 5-8pm

📍Cafe Leo (1215 Rue Berri, Montréal, QC H2L 0H6) 

Let’s break down the night:

✨ Social Hour (5-6pm) – you can speak to one of our experts or partnered organizations and ask questions!

🎤 Expert Panel with 5 specialists! (6-7pm)

☕🎶 Mingling & Music (7-8pm) – Enjoy a beverage by Cafe Leo or David’s Tea 🙂

Meet your panelists and their areas of expertise:

Danielle Levy is a Registered Holistic Nutrition Practitioner, and Certified Nutrition Consultant based in Montreal. Practicing since 2012, Danielle specializes in plant-based diets, mindful eating, and gut health. She offers comprehensive holistic (whole-person) nutrition programs, which include nourishing recipes that she develops. Her individualized approach focuses on the development of healthy eating and lifestyle habits, as well as a supportive relationship with food.


Ventsislav Tomov is a licensed psychotherapist with graduate training in psychology and psychotherapy, as well as experience working with culturally diverse populations in various settings on two continents. He is a member of Order of Psychologists of Quebec, the OTSTCFQ, the Psychedelic Support Network and the European Psychotherapy Association. He focuses on helping clients via traditional and alternative treatment modalities such as nature-based therapy.


Josee Luz is a personal trainer and has been in the fitness world for over 25 years. Her main focus as a certified coach is to make fitness inclusive and sustainable for all body sizes, ages, and abilities. Josee believes that the best way to achieve this is by removing the pressure of looking good and shifting the focus to feeling good and balanced. It is possible to find pleasure in movement, experience the benefits, and eventually add it to your lifestyle.


Louise Campbell is a composer-performer, teaching artist, artist coach and cultural worker. In each of these roles, Louise seeks to build community and connection between people by exploring creative processes with everyone, regardless of age, ability, level of prior experience, or training. Louise is project lead for ELAN’s Mental Health Initiative, team member of ELAN ArtEd, and project lead for the Canadian New Music Network’s Participatory Creative Music Hub.

For 20 years, Robert McFadden has coached people from all walks of life to achieve outstanding results in their personal lives, careers, and businesses. His clients include doctors, lawyers, artists and entrepreneurs. One of Robert’s areas of expertise is mindfulness, which he integrates into his coaching approach. By cultivating mindfulness through everyday practices, Robert’s clients are better able to manage stress, increase focus, and develop a greater sense of well-being. 

Meet some of our partnered organizations who will be providing information about their resources, programs and free products. More partners will be announced! 

• Project 10

• BMHC, Black Mental Health Connections

• ELAN, English Language Arts Network

• David’s Tea

🎟️ This event is free! You must reserve your spot on the following Eventbrite page where you can also give a donation


About Vent Over Tea:

Vent Over Tea is a free active listening service in FR/EN based in Montréal that connects those who need to vent with an empathetic listener in a local café or virtually. To book a vent session or for more information, visit

À propos de Vent Over Tea :

Vent Over Tea offre un service d’écoute active gratuit, en personne et confidentiel à tous les membres de la communauté locale dans le but de promouvoir le bien-être mental. Pour réserver une séance d’écoute active ou pour plus d’informations sur nos services, visitez le

This event is made possible by the support of CHSSN

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