Welcome!

My name is Dr. Dan Rosin and I am delighted you have chosen to view my website. I have been a teacher, therapist and consultant for 45 years. The majority of that time was spent counselling burned out, over worked, under empowered and extremely distressed people. As well, I have been promoting the concepts of wellness and prevention through workshops, presentations, a newly developed wellness model and written articles and books.

Newsletter Vol. # 14 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter

What you'll find in this weeks newsletter: an interesting and direct article entitled What Should We Tell People Who Want To Come To Canada? Followed by some humour That's When The Fight Started. What do you think about seeing a depressed doctor?, a short on Peanut Butter, some quotes and Reader Responses.


What Should We Tell People Who Want To Come To Canada?

Salim Mansur writes for Sunmedia. He wrote a piece called Bigotry, Terror-- Mask As Faith that struck a chord with me.

Newsletter Vol. #13 That's how I see it!

Newsletter Vol. #13 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to Vol. # 13

What you'll find in this weeks newsletter: The Rewards of a Loving Relationship; where is your government money being spent-99 Stupid things that your government did with your money; an article about Text Messaging; some humour-Quick Wit; information on a Coffee House; and feedback from our readers.


The Rewards Of A Loving Relationship Are Awesome!

Why do people go for couples/marriage counselling? They come to counselling to change things, to make things better.

Newsletter Vol. # 12 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to Vol. # 12

What you'll find in this weeks newsletter: kudos to West Side Story; an article on our healthcare system entitled Wait Times; what Sir William Laurier has to say about being Canadian; a follow-up article on how too much sitting may be killing us; and what a Reader has to say. 

 


Rainbow Stage: West Side Story

We very much enjoyed the production last Thursday evening!
The story never gets old-boy meets girl under impossible odds.
Boy gets killed but brings people together.

Newsletter Vol. # 11 That's how I see it!

 Hello and welcome to Vol. # 11

What you'll find in this weeks newsletter: the importance of kids having the freedom to roam their community and How times have changed; the effect of daylight on moods-SAD; perhaps neither plastic or paper bags are best for the environment; watch out for those robots that react to lies; why therapists avoid research; and Reader Response from Ken and Ray.

Just a reminder, that it is ok to share the newsletter with others on your mailing list. As well, please send in your reviews on what you're doing and seeing in your lives (theatre, concerts, movies, fun places to visit in MB)

Syndicate content