Vic Lebouthillier

/Victor Camille Lebouthillier
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About Victor Camille Lebouthillier

Vic is President of Health Factors where he leads a team of clinical researchers whose focus is keeping abreast of the latest findings in the field of advanced behavioral science, to increase treatment effectiveness. Vic is also Clinical Director at the Alive Wellness Centre, an in-patient program for people seeking mental health well-being. Health Factors has been internationally recognized and used in 23 countries by both private and government clinics, insurance companies, and university clinical training programs and has received the following awards and recognition: The United Kingdom Medipex National Health mental health Innovation of the year Award. Placed on the SAMHSA National Registry of Evidence-based Practices. Received three Benjamin Franklin publishing awards. Approved US Military contractor and used on more than seven military bases. Selected partner with Mental Health Commission of Canada to promote workplace best practices.

YOUR ENERGY – How do You Spend it?

Support Strategies, Engaging Group Exercises and a Cut out Wallet Card with Measures to Help Boost Your Energy Levels

Sarah’s Story
…how she learns to improve her energy

Sarah had a long day Monday. She got lots done and felt good from all she accom­plished, but she was tired so she went to bed early.

When she woke Tuesday, Sarah felt restored, but for some reason, the day ended up being sig­nificantly harder than the one before. Someone was parked in her stall when she got to work and then there was a conflict with a co-worker. During lunch, her sister-in-law called seeking support […]

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#4 How Rejuvenation Increases Our Ability to Tolerate Hard Stuff

Each day when we awaken, we begin to take on the world. We go about engaging in our daily tasks as well as whatever else might be thrown our way. All this activity uses and consumes our pool of resources. […]

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The Third Method to Reducing Stress Is: Reduce Your Stressors by Managing Your Desires

When we are feeling
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The Second Method to Reducing Stress Is: DE-ESCALATION – An Advanced Technique to Help Calm You Down

When things begin to pile on us, e.g. our spouse begins placing demands on us at the same time that our employer is placing demands on us…and we still have all of those other things that have to have to be done, the resulting stress can escalate us, moving us much closer to the Unhealthy Stress zone. We may, even, find ourselves in the Unhealthy Stress zone. This is perfectly normal. It’s part of being a human being.
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By |February 26th, 2018|Stress Management|Comments Off on The Second Method to Reducing Stress Is: DE-ESCALATION – An Advanced Technique to Help Calm You Down

Healthy or Unhealthy STRESS… Do You Know The Difference?

Stress Is The Body And Mind’s Way Of Rising To The Challenge.
Although we may not know how it actually works, on a personal level, we know what stress is. It’s one of those “I know it when I see it” sort of things. Typically, we ignore or avoid our stress. Then something tough happens. That’s when we become aware of stress: when we feel overwhelmed.

This doesn’t have to be so, though. We can learn to minimize the painful effects of stress. We can even use it as an ally to help improve our lives. […]

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The Power of the Mindset

When you see the positive differences in your life that will happen once you make lasting change happen, your commitment level to this process will increase, and your success rate will skyrocket.
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THE RESILIENT MIND

…the key to reducing stress
THE UPSIDE and DOWNSIDE to STRESS
While I was considering how to welcome you and introduce
While thinking about how to welcome you and introduce myself, I began to reflect on when I first discovered my own need to reduce the impact stress was having on me. Having no knowledge or training in how to deal with stress, like most people, I just thought of stress as being bad. I blamed my stress on all the hard stuff in my life. So, I focused all my energy on trying to make my circumstances better, thinking that if I […]

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WARRIORS

…because there are things worth fighting for

We’ve all heard about and come to admire great warriors:  Winston Churchill, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Martin Luther King, and King David. They were all warriors because they believed that there are certain things in life worth fighting for. In fact, they need to be fought for.

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Mental Health Care- It Must Advance Like Everything Else

In a world where change occurs at break-neck, speed-why is mental health such a laggard sector?

Look around and consider the pace of change and innovation in so many different areas of human enterprise: aerospace, bioscience, surgical procedures, computers, how we educate, communication, and, yes, even the pace of producing and sharing information. Everything is advancing at a breakneck speed. […]

By |October 18th, 2017|Mental Health|Comments Off on Mental Health Care- It Must Advance Like Everything Else

MENTAL HEALTH & Its Economic, Societal, and Individual Costs – Part 9

Health Masters is an evidence-based, feedback-informed approach to mental health. It offers virtual, facilitated, and interactive workshops that occur once a week for seven weeks.

A.     How Health Masters Works
Health Masters is an evidence-based, feedback-informed approach to mental health. It offers virtual, facilitated, and interactive workshops that occur once a week for seven weeks. In keeping with being an evidence-based approach to mental health, the workshops are tailored to train participants to improve their mental health via developing skills and strategies that work for them. Health Masters fosters a non-judgmental, encouraging, and supportive atmosphere. If adopted at the workplace, Health Masters’ workshops typically occur during the lunch hour and require minimal work on the part of the employer.
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