March 10: Introduction to Better Boundaries: Navigating our Needs and Limits with Ninotchka Sequeira

What is a boundary and how does it fit into friendships and relationships?

What can our bodies tell us about our boundaries?

How can boundaries be expressed to friends, family and partners?

Join us on March. 10, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., to learn some key ways to develop better boundaries. This introduction workshop aims to equip participants with greater understanding of these everyday experiences. This virtual session is open to all members of the UofT community.

A headshot of Ninotchka Sequeira, smiling at the camera. She is wearing a leather jacket and standing outside, surrounded by plants. She has short hair that's cropped on the sides.

About Ninotchka

Ninotchka Sequeira (she/her) is a registered social worker providing therapy in private practice in Toronto. With a B.Ed and MSW, she believes in the power of social change through education, when growth, justice and wellbeing are nurtured intentionally with skill, integrity and support. She has focused her work on supporting people who have experienced marginalization and harm through systemic barriers and oppression. Combining her clinical and educational skills, Ninotchka aims to disrupt systems of harm and build a just society with relationships founded in support and skills in care, responsibility, consent, well-being and joy.