Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Find the answers to the most common Mindfulicity FAQs 

A series of 10+ bite-sized, engaging online modules to help shift behaviour and attitudes around ongoing microaggressions in the workplace.

Above all, when you invest in this skill-building training, you help improve the psychological safety in your workplace and enable your employees to lead their best lives at work and at home.

Mindfulicity is grounded in neuroscience. That is, it’s a brain-based program that challenges us build skills that help us take personal accountability for our relationships at work and at home. As a result, when we better regulate our emotions and actions, we create a safe space for all to do their best work.

The Mindfulicity program is useful for employees at all levels, from front-line workers to the C-suite. After all, we all play a role in how we address conflict in the workplace. Everyone can benefit from building or reinforcing skills to better regulate their emotions and foster healthy interpersonal relationships.

These fun, engaging online courses are available anytime, anywhere from any device in 15-minute digestible portions to provide employees with a fun, interactive e-learning experience.

The modules are SCORM compliant with Learning Management Systems with a number of interactive quizzes, videos and activities to help the learning stick.

Our annual subscription pricing model is based on the size of your organization. Please contact us to get your custom quote.

YW Calgary’s practice framework is sought nationally and internationally to help people learn how to shift their behaviour to better regulate emotions and manage conflict at home and at work. Through proven outcomes, YW Calgary is helping people build and reinforce skills to prevent violence before it starts.

Mindfulicity stems from our well-proven counselling programming facilitated by our counsellors, many of whom have a Master’s degree in Social Work or Counselling Psychology and are all registered with a regulating body. They are well-versed in delivering evidence-based intervention in domestic and workplace conflict and specialize in modelling the skills and behaviours to diffuse difficult situations.