Youth Excellence Mentoring

Youth Excellence Mentoring is for youth 18 years of age and up who are looking to do better and excel in life in order to build a successful and happy future. Youth mentoring is particularly beneficial for youth who are experiencing challenges at home or at school.

Today’s generation is facing many challenges including feeling of belonging, social isolation, mental health challenges, addictions, and homelessness (Stats Canada, 2019). In addition, today’s youth are experiencing a shift in societal norms as compared to their parents and grandparents. Accordingly, today’s youth face different kinds of challenges than their parents which can lead to intergenerational conflict and bi-cultural identity.

Offering Settlement Counselling services at high schools offers me an opportunity to interact with our youth on a daily basis and support them to overcome challenges both at home and at school. A subset population of youth; newcomers’ youth and youth of immigrant parents; in particular, face numerous challenges when they settle in a new country. Supporting our youth brings so much joy and happiness to my heart and is the most enjoyable part of my job. I would be honoured to be part of your journey.

Benefits of Youth Excellence Mentoring:

Have a healthy self-esteem and self-confidence

Adapt new skills to help you deal with conflict and stress

Be an effective communicator with family and friends

Be resilient, optimistic, and have a positive outlook on life

Choose better attitudes for happiness and success

Make healthier choices and make better decisions to achieve your goals in life

Develop sense of belonging, understand your strengths, traits, and who you are

NOTE:- Please note that no youth will be turned away for inability to pay for mentoring services. Please call me today to see how I can support you

Ref:- Stats Canada. A portrait of Canadian Youth: March 2019 Updates. ( Retrieved on June 9th, 2020.

Raja Mishal, Ph.D. is a former Assistant Professor at Dalhousie University, and a former Clinical Director of the HLA Laboratory at Nova Scotia Health Authority, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Dr. Raja was awarded several National and Provincial awards for her scientific research and publications. She surmounted numerous challenges including mental illness which made her realize that while genetics play an important role in our lives, it does not determine our fate and future if we choose to be happy and attain excellence. Today, she shares her passion, knowledge, and experience with others through her Happiness & Excellences Mentoring Programs which are offered in two languages, English, and Arabic.

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