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[one_fourth last=”no” spacing=”yes” center_content=”no” hide_on_mobile=”no” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” border_position=”all” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”” padding=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” animation_type=”” animation_direction=”” animation_speed=”0.1″ class=”” id=””][/one_fourth][one_half last=”no” spacing=”yes” center_content=”no” hide_on_mobile=”no” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” border_position=”all” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”” padding=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” animation_type=”” animation_direction=”” animation_speed=”0.1″ class=”” id=””][title size=”2″ content_align=”” style_type=”” sep_color=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” class=”” id=””]2008-Current[/title][checklist icon=”” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”” class=”” id=””][li_item icon=”fa-chevron-circle-right”]HEALTH CARE CONSULTANT: Founder and Director of Streamline, a consulting and software development firm focused on enhancing health care services and human resource initiatives (www.streamlineyourbusiness.ca)[/li_item][li_item icon=”fa-chevron-circle-right”]MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY: Vic, with his wife, live in and direct a small inpatient recovery center supporting individuals recovering from depression, anxiety, PTSD and marriage restoration. (www.aliveforwellness.life)[/li_item][li_item icon=”fa-chevron-circle-right”]INCREASING THERAPY EFFECTIVENESS: Co-Founder and President of MyOutcomes: a product that helps increase the effectiveness of mental health service in a clinical setting. MyOutcomes is used by large and small, private and government mental health clinics in 24 countries, as well as by the US military. (www.myoutcomes.com)[/li_item][li_item icon=”fa-chevron-circle-right”]DIRECTOR STRESS RESILIENCE PROJECT: The Resilient Mind Project vision is to make advanced neural, behavioral and social sciences accessible and affordable to all. This is accomplished by using gamification, social media engagement and multimedia interactive tools. (www.theresilientmind.life)[/li_item][/checklist][title size=”2″ content_align=”left” style_type=”default” sep_color=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” class=”” id=””]

2004-current:

[/title][checklist icon=”” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”” class=”” id=””][li_item icon=”fa-chevron-circle-right”]Clinical Director of Alive for wellness: A 24-bed, inpatient facility providing mental health recovery programs. Alive faculty members work to reduce the cost, so that people of all socioeconomic statuses can afford the opportunity to receive inpatient treatment. To learn more visit www.aliveforwellness.life Read Carrie Fisher experience.[/li_item][/checklist][title size=”2″ content_align=”” style_type=”” sep_color=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” class=”” id=””]1999-2004:[/title][checklist icon=”fa-check” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”13px” class=”” id=””][li_item icon=”fa-chevron-circle-right”]CEO and publisher of Alive Publishing Group: A publisher of health-related journals, books, and distance education home study courses. Alive garnered the highest readership on health-related topics in Canada, with more than 1.2 million monthly readers relying on advanced behavioral, neural and social sciences reporting. Alive was the recipient of four Benjamin Franklin publishing awards.[/li_item][/checklist][title size=”2″ content_align=”” style_type=”” sep_color=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” class=”” id=””]1987-1999:[/title][checklist icon=”fa-check” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”13px” class=”” id=””][li_item icon=”fa-chevron-circle-right”]President of Columbia Group: A management consulting service supporting businesses in human resources and IT consulting services.[/li_item][/checklist][title size=”2″ content_align=”” style_type=”” sep_color=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” class=”” id=””]1979-1987:[/title][checklist icon=”fa-check” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”13px” class=”” id=””][li_item icon=”fa-chevron-circle-right”]Founder and President of Brick & Co: A engineering contracting firm that specialized in diagnosing and reparation of building structure deficiencies.[/li_item][/checklist][title size=”1″ content_align=”center” style_type=”single dotted” sep_color=”” margin_top=”50px” margin_bottom=”30px” class=”” id=””]Authored[/title][two_fifth last=”no” spacing=”yes” center_content=”no” hide_on_mobile=”no” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” border_position=”all” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”” padding=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” animation_type=”” animation_direction=”” animation_speed=”0.1″ class=”” id=””][imageframe lightbox=”no” lightbox_image=”” style_type=”none” hover_type=”none” bordercolor=”#f6f6f6″ bordersize=”6px” borderradius=”0″ stylecolor=”#000″ align=”none” link=”http://www.viclebouthillier.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/book_disease_prevention.pdf” linktarget=”_self” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”” animation_speed=”0.1″ hide_on_mobile=”no” class=”” id=””] Vic Lebouthillier, Kelowna, BC, Canada, Anger Management, Web Therapy, Group Therapy, Depression Help, Online Therapy, Anger Issues, Online Counselling, Mental Health Issues, Anger Problems, Online Therapist, Mental Health Problems, Communication Problems, Depression Therapy, Mental Health Help, Mental Health Support, Depression Recovery, Mental Health Therapist, Depression Support, Mental Health Recovery, Anger Management Therapy, e-Therapy, Depression Therapist, Anger Management Issues, Communication Issues, Web Counselling beating disease book[/imageframe][/two_fifth][three_fifth last=”no” spacing=”yes” center_content=”no” hide_on_mobile=”no” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” border_position=”all” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”” padding=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” animation_type=”” animation_direction=”” animation_speed=”0.1″ class=”” id=””]

Beating Disease
A web interactive book, commissioned by clients to highlight and offer insights and tools to encourage individuals to take ownership of their personal health and reap the benefits of adopting healthy choices to enhance mental, emotional and physical health, ultimately impacting individual productivity.

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Eating Well
A book commissioned by the client to promote healthier eating habits combating obesity, heart disease, type two diabetes among other health issues.

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Wellness Calendar
An interactive resource that provides support through educational material based on advanced health sciences tailored to the client; includes wellness portal interactive tools, monthly lunch-and-learns, and access to health-care professionals.

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A manual to support small businesses toward increasing leadership and management skills. The program is supported by business consulting – implemented in more than 80 businesses.

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A manual and training program to increase the health of the workplace cultural and the management of Human Resources – implemented in more than 120 businesses.

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Mental/Relationship Health Guides
Quarterly Health Guides provides laypersons content on the advanced behavioral, social and neural sciences. These booklets incorporate web interactive links that allow readers to engage with interactive web and social media tools and play a vital role to employee wellness initiative since 2004.

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INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS:
Events that occur in our childhood can impact our ability to develop and maintain healthy relationships. Furthermore, developing relationships is so integral to our human nature that in the absence of real ones, our mental health can be negatively affected. This guide shows how mental illness can result from relationship fractures. It will train participants to recognize fractures in their early stages and how to avoid deepening them, as well as show how to repair our fractures with significant people, such as our family and friends.

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Friends:
From birth, most people begin forming connections with their mother, father, siblings, and, eventually, friends. Our need for healthy friendships is so strong that behavioral experts are discovering a direct correlation between our lack of true friends and our susceptibility to mental illness. This lack can impact our ability to cope with life’s challenges as well.
The irony is that we live in a knowledge-based society that provides us the resources to develop the skills needed to perform all sorts of complex tasks. But, when it comes to those relationships which are essential to our psychological health, we are often left to muddle through them on our own.

People need people. In The Resilient Mind session, we train participants on how to become skilled in the 17 attributes of being a good friend and holding onto their relationships. Participants may also develop lasting relationships as they practice their skills with others in the group.

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Play and Laughter:
George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing”.

This health guide takes a serious look at play and laughter and the importance of including these as important parts of our lives. The benefits of incorporating play and laughter into our lives are well documented. Play and laughter are important at all ages of life, contributing to good emotional, mental, and physical health and well-being.

Play at leisure and at work have been known to improve relationships, team work, creativity, productivity, focus, and stress management. Laughter yields benefits of increased immune system function, decreased stress hormone production, emotional regulation and enhanced learning. This guide provides you with insight into how much you play and laugh, why you may not play and laugh enough, and how to bring play and laughter back into your life in healthy ways. Are you ready to become a FunMaker?

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Alive Magazine
Canada’s most-read health publication with more than 1.2 million monthly readers.

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Alive Book Publishing Healthy Living Guides: A 32-book series on diverse health topics and 34 books published from targeted health experts commissioned to write on pertinent health subjects. Alive books are distributed in 13 countries.

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Academy of Health
A distance education program consisting of 12 courses sold in 14 countries.

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Wellness Factors A 20,000-page Corporate Health & Wellness program used by over 65,000 employees to support improved lifestyle and mental emotional health.

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A series of discussions on emotional intelligence, its practice and productivity value in the workplace and home.

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Encyclopedia Of Natural Health:
A five year project garnering experience from over 30 accomplished academics and professionals in 8 countries.

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Relationship Fractures…how much do they cost you?
An appraisal tool to determine the emotional, social, career and financial cost to you.

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Emotional Intelligence:
How to enhance emotional intelligence to improve work and home relationships.

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Health Risk Assessment:
A performance assessment tool designed to measure individual/corporate health using the Framingham algorithms.

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Creating a Healthy Home
An appraisal to create awareness on how healthy is your home.

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Stress Management: An interactive self-administered online workshop to help individuals build stress resilience.

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Focused on integrating applied behavioral sciences with innovations such as distance education technology and social media platforms for the purpose of advancing mental health.

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WISE A multimedia e-learning platform used by groups of 12 people who desire to overcome emotional and addictive eating.

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LEAP
An e-dashboard platform to help therapists/coaches create efficiencies in one on one client work and increase effectiveness.

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An interactive web tool to help psycho-therapist measure therapeutic alliance and effectiveness.

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An e-learning platform to support therapists in the International Center for Clinical Excellence (ICCE). Currently in development.

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UK national award for mental health innovation of the year
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United States Government approved vendor

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Mental/Relationship Health Guides
Quarterly Health Guides provides laypersons content on the advanced behavioral, social and neural sciences. These booklets incorporate web interactive links that allow readers to engage with interactive web and social media tools and play a vital role to employee wellness initiative since 2004.

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INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS:
Events that occur in our childhood can impact our ability to develop and maintain healthy relationships. Furthermore, developing relationships is so integral to our human nature that in the absence of real ones, our mental health can be negatively affected. This guide shows how mental illness can result from relationship fractures. It will train participants to recognize fractures in their early stages and how to avoid deepening them, as well as show how to repair our fractures with significant people, such as our family and friends.

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INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS:
Events that occur in our childhood can impact our ability to develop and maintain healthy relationships. Furthermore, developing relationships is so integral to our human nature that in the absence of real ones, our mental health can be negatively affected. This guide shows how mental illness can result from relationship fractures. It will train participants to recognize fractures in their early stages and how to avoid deepening them, as well as show how to repair our fractures with significant people, such as our family and friends.

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INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS:
Events that occur in our childhood can impact our ability to develop and maintain healthy relationships. Furthermore, developing relationships is so integral to our human nature that in the absence of real ones, our mental health can be negatively affected. This guide shows how mental illness can result from relationship fractures. It will train participants to recognize fractures in their early stages and how to avoid deepening them, as well as show how to repair our fractures with significant people, such as our family and friends.

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Friends:
From birth, most people begin forming connections with their mother, father, siblings, and, eventually, friends. Our need for healthy friendships is so strong that behavioral experts are discovering a direct correlation between our lack of true friends and our susceptibility to mental illness. This lack can impact our ability to cope with life’s challenges as well.
The irony is that we live in a knowledge-based society that provides us the resources to develop the skills needed to perform all sorts of complex tasks. But, when it comes to those relationships which are essential to our psychological health, we are often left to muddle through them on our own.

People need people. In The Resilient Mind session, we train participants on how to become skilled in the 17 attributes of being a good friend and holding onto their relationships. Participants may also develop lasting relationships as they practice their skills with others in the group.

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Friends:
From birth, most people begin forming connections with their mother, father, siblings, and, eventually, friends. Our need for healthy friendships is so strong that behavioral experts are discovering a direct correlation between our lack of true friends and our susceptibility to mental illness. This lack can impact our ability to cope with life’s challenges as well.
The irony is that we live in a knowledge-based society that provides us the resources to develop the skills needed to perform all sorts of complex tasks. But, when it comes to those relationships which are essential to our psychological health, we are often left to muddle through them on our own.

People need people. In The Resilient Mind session, we train participants on how to become skilled in the 17 attributes of being a good friend and holding onto their relationships. Participants may also develop lasting relationships as they practice their skills with others in the group.

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Friends:
From birth, most people begin forming connections with their mother, father, siblings, and, eventually, friends. Our need for healthy friendships is so strong that behavioral experts are discovering a direct correlation between our lack of true friends and our susceptibility to mental illness. This lack can impact our ability to cope with life’s challenges as well.
The irony is that we live in a knowledge-based society that provides us the resources to develop the skills needed to perform all sorts of complex tasks. But, when it comes to those relationships which are essential to our psychological health, we are often left to muddle through them on our own.

People need people. In The Resilient Mind session, we train participants on how to become skilled in the 17 attributes of being a good friend and holding onto their relationships. Participants may also develop lasting relationships as they practice their skills with others in the group.

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INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS:
Events that occur in our childhood can impact our ability to develop and maintain healthy relationships. Furthermore, developing relationships is so integral to our human nature that in the absence of real ones, our mental health can be negatively affected. This guide shows how mental illness can result from relationship fractures. It will train participants to recognize fractures in their early stages and how to avoid deepening them, as well as show how to repair our fractures with significant people, such as our family and friends.

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Friends
From birth, most people begin forming connections with their mother, father, siblings, and, eventually, friends. Our need for healthy friendships is so strong that behavioral experts are discovering a direct correlation between our lack of true friends and our susceptibility to mental illness. This lack can impact our ability to cope with life’s challenges as well.
The irony is that we live in a knowledge-based society that provides us the resources to develop the skills needed to perform all sorts of complex tasks. But, when it comes to those relationships which are essential to our psychological health, we are often left to muddle through them on our own.

People need people. In The Resilient Mind session, we train participants on how to become skilled in the 17 attributes of being a good friend and holding onto their relationships. Participants may also develop lasting relationships as they practice their skills with others in the group.

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PLAY & LAUGHTER:
George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing”.

This health guide takes a serious look at play and laughter and the importance of including these as important parts of our lives. The benefits of incorporating play and laughter into our lives are well documented. Play and laughter are important at all ages of life, contributing to good emotional, mental, and physical health and well-being.

Play at leisure and at work have been known to improve relationships, team work, creativity, productivity, focus, and stress management. Laughter yields benefits of increased immune system function, decreased stress hormone production, emotional regulation and enhanced learning. This guide provides you with insight into how much you play and laugh, why you may not play and laugh enough, and how to bring play and laughter back into your life in healthy ways. Are you ready to become a FunMaker?

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PLAY & LAUGHTER:
George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing”.

This health guide takes a serious look at play and laughter and the importance of including these as important parts of our lives. The benefits of incorporating play and laughter into our lives are well documented. Play and laughter are important at all ages of life, contributing to good emotional, mental, and physical health and well-being.

Play at leisure and at work have been known to improve relationships, team work, creativity, productivity, focus, and stress management. Laughter yields benefits of increased immune system function, decreased stress hormone production, emotional regulation and enhanced learning. This guide provides you with insight into how much you play and laugh, why you may not play and laugh enough, and how to bring play and laughter back into your life in healthy ways. Are you ready to become a FunMaker?

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PLAY & LAUGHTER:
George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing”.

This health guide takes a serious look at play and laughter and the importance of including these as important parts of our lives. The benefits of incorporating play and laughter into our lives are well documented. Play and laughter are important at all ages of life, contributing to good emotional, mental, and physical health and well-being.

Play at leisure and at work have been known to improve relationships, team work, creativity, productivity, focus, and stress management. Laughter yields benefits of increased immune system function, decreased stress hormone production, emotional regulation and enhanced learning. This guide provides you with insight into how much you play and laugh, why you may not play and laugh enough, and how to bring play and laughter back into your life in healthy ways. Are you ready to become a FunMaker?

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PLAY & LAUGHTER:
George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing”.

This health guide takes a serious look at play and laughter and the importance of including these as important parts of our lives. The benefits of incorporating play and laughter into our lives are well documented. Play and laughter are important at all ages of life, contributing to good emotional, mental, and physical health and well-being.

Play at leisure and at work have been known to improve relationships, team work, creativity, productivity, focus, and stress management. Laughter yields benefits of increased immune system function, decreased stress hormone production, emotional regulation and enhanced learning. This guide provides you with insight into how much you play and laugh, why you may not play and laugh enough, and how to bring play and laughter back into your life in healthy ways. Are you ready to become a FunMaker?

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PLAY & LAUGHTER:
George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing”.

This health guide takes a serious look at play and laughter and the importance of including these as important parts of our lives. The benefits of incorporating play and laughter into our lives are well documented. Play and laughter are important at all ages of life, contributing to good emotional, mental, and physical health and well-being.

Play at leisure and at work have been known to improve relationships, team work, creativity, productivity, focus, and stress management. Laughter yields benefits of increased immune system function, decreased stress hormone production, emotional regulation and enhanced learning. This guide provides you with insight into how much you play and laugh, why you may not play and laugh enough, and how to bring play and laughter back into your life in healthy ways. Are you ready to become a FunMaker?

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Play and Laughter
George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing”.

This health guide takes a serious look at play and laughter and the importance of including these as important parts of our lives. The benefits of incorporating play and laughter into our lives are well documented. Play and laughter are important at all ages of life, contributing to good emotional, mental, and physical health and well-being.

Play at leisure and at work have been known to improve relationships, team work, creativity, productivity, focus, and stress management. Laughter yields benefits of increased immune system function, decreased stress hormone production, emotional regulation and enhanced learning. This guide provides you with insight into how much you play and laugh, why you may not play and laugh enough, and how to bring play and laughter back into your life in healthy ways. Are you ready to become a FunMaker?

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