With Jason Wong

Habits are a critical to both creating and sustaining health. Approximately 45% of daily life consists of key lifestyle behaviours and habits that drive health.


In order to cope, we sometimes use unhealthy behaviours to manage stress and anxiety.

This workshop will examine:

  • Do we have behaviours that we deem unhealthy?
  • Where are they on the continuum of Experimental- Heavy-Addiction?
  • Do we have adaptive or maladaptive coping strategies?
  • Does a cost-benefit analysis help?

Date: October 4, 2019

Day: Friday

Time: 9:30 a.m. to 11;45 a.m.

Cost: $35 Member $45 Non-Member

Location: 32444 7th Ave. Mission V2V 2B5


About Jason Wong

Jason is a Group Therapist and Social Worker newly retired from working in the mental health field. He has over 38 years’ experience as a practitioner, facilitator and manager in the social services arena. Trained in England, Jason’s experience included work in England, Wales, the United States and Canada. He specialises in interpersonal communications, cross-cultural communication, personal development and workplace management. Jason is a UK certified Field instructor, and in recognition of his skills, was awarded the Practice Teaching (Field Instruction) Award by the UK Central Council for Education & Training in Social Work. He also earned his Certificate in Training & Development from the UK Institute of Training & Development.

Jason recently retired as a facilitator/trainer with Fraser Health’s Group Therapy Services in Mission, where he facilitated workshops and intensive groups for both staff and clients. Prior to that, he was a Clinical Coordinator at the Centre for over 20 years.

He developed Changewerxs from a commitment to the understanding that while knowledge is wonderful, unless knowledge is applied, it is just theory. Practice does not come from Theory. It’s the other way around. We can always obtain knowledge from all different forms of social media. But the application of knowledge, and the continued practice of that, is what facilitates change.

All workshops are interactive, only of a 2-hour duration each and seek to accomplish two objectives. Firstly, it’s predicated on enhancing and deepening group learning through the dynamic and organic sharing of participants’ knowledge and experiences pertinent to the topic at hand. Secondly, in our ‘busy’ lives, a 2-hour workshop helps maintain our attention and focus, keeping it pithy, specific and effective. All workshops are based on the concepts of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), MBCT (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy) and DBT (Dialetical Behavioural Therapy), among others.