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Community Meeting (IN PERSON)

Our Community Meetings are open to everyone: people living with brain injury, families, friends, professionals and anyone who is interested in brain injury.

Learn about a topic relevant to brain injury, presented by a guest speaker and socialize with others at our monthly community meeting!

May’s TOPIC – The Truth About Habits: Explore the Habit Myths & Legends that are keeping you stuck and learn strategies how to break free from limiting habit patterns.

Register, HERE


Workshop Highlights:

  • Understanding Habits: Gain a deeper understanding of the psychology behind habits and uncover the factors that contribute to their formation and persistence.
  • Breaking Free: Discover effective techniques for breaking free from negative habits and replacing them with healthier alternatives.
  • Creating Lasting Change: Learn how to cultivate lasting change by harnessing the power of mindfulness, motivation, and self-awareness.
  • Interactive Discussions: Engage in interactive discussions and exercises designed to foster self-reflection, insight, and personal growth.
  • Expert Guidance: Benefit from expert guidance and support from experienced facilitators dedicated to helping you navigate your journey towards positive transformation.

Presented By:  Marta Rozgoni, Behavior Change Facilitator; Mental Health Advocate; Spoonie;  Brain Health Enthusiast


About The Speaker:

As a dedicated Behavior Change Facilitator, my mission is to empower individuals to produce meaningful change in their lives, there by cultivating a sense of independence and confidence. My journey began with a literal and figurative fall—a severe Traumatic Brain Injury that became the catalyst for my dedication to assisting others in building resilience, and better mental health. Navigating my recovery, I immersed myself in Behavior Design, Motivational Interviewing, and Positive Psychology, adopting scientifically-backed techniques that transformed my own life. This journey led me to work with industry giants like Publicis Groupe, Paramount Studios, and Walmart, all under the Thrive Global banner.

Today, I leverage my expertise to facilitate improved mental health outcomes through evidence-based practices. Invisible Illness & Mental Health Advocate Lifelong Student Brain Science Nerd Recovering Perfectionist & “go big or go home” Enthusiast. I hope you can join me for a fun, interactive workshop where you will learn behaviour change myths that are keeping you stuck andstrategies to to get unstuck, for real!

Community Meetings – NEW Agenda

Our Community Meetings run from 6 – 8 PM and take place in the Programs Room at the Deer Park Library (RM 204), next to the BIST Office (RM 205).

Due to the Library’s Programs Room Rental Policy, our speaker will end their talk at 7:30 PM at which point participants will vacate RM 204.

Participants can head into the BIST Office in RM 205 to continue a Q and A with our speaker until 8 PM in BIST’s Program Space.

Alternatively, folks can also quietly socialize in the front lobby area of our office until 8 PM as BIST Staff clean up RM 204.

We thank you for your understanding.

Please read our Code of Conduct, HERE.

Please read our Statement about Accessibility and In Person Programs, HERE.

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Deer Park Library, RM 204
40 St Clair Ave East
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1M9 Canada
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