MIND AT PEACE WELLNESS CENTER
"RESPECT before love!"
Our vision: To end violence in all its forms by sensitizing, raising awareness and educating the population in all walks of life on healthy relationships in order to create a culture of non-violence.
Our approach: Using a positive, diverse and inclusive approach, educational programs will be taken forward, in order to establish and maximize cultures of consent and healthy relationships in all of our settings (school, work, sports, etc.).
Our purpose: To create opportunities for the best interest of our society. Join forces to create systemic change
Access to a team of specialized and diversified professionals;
Development of training programs adapted to the needs of organizations/schools/companies;
Dynamic sharing with a team of specialized professionals.
Lyne Chantal Boudreau, Ph.D.
Professor of Educational Administration and Entrepreneur
President and Co-founder
Lyne Chantel is a professor and researcher at the Université de Moncton and recently won the Lieutenant-Governor's Award for her activism dedicated to the rights of children and women. Her main research interests are: Leadership in a Francophone minority setting and consent. Lyne Chantal worked for twenty years in the New Brunswick school system as a resource teacher and school principal._cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ She is also the owner of the social enterprise Bibilyn Design Inc. which aims to stop domestic and family violence.
Why join us?
Safe, confidential and respectful support;
Knowledge of the reality of violence at the provincial and national levels and collaboration with partners in our community;
Joining forces to promote a culture of healthy relationships, respect and consent in all our communities.
Of the different types of violence committed against girls and young women (24 and under) and reported to the police, 29% were sexual offenses (Conroy, 2018).
In the Atlantic provinces, according to a survey carried out in 2019 for Radio-Canada among young people aged 14 to 21, one person in 10 testified to having been forced to undergo sexual activity and more than a quarter of them have seen rumors or sexual messages about them being broadcast by other students (Radio-Canada, 2019).
Six in 10 Aboriginal women have experienced some form of intimate partner violence in their lifetime (https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/85-002-x/2021001/article/00008-eng.htm).
Eve Arsenau, MAPs.
Pschologist and Entrepreneur
Vice-President and Co-founder
Eve Arseneau is a clinical psychologist by training. She has more than 18 ams of experience in the field of mental health. She co-founded the MInd at Peace Center Mieux-Être. The Center has been named Business of the Year 2021 by the NB Economic Council. Eve is also a co-founder of the organization at non-profit; EL2ES, which wishes to eradicate all forms of violence by promoting and educating healthy relationships in all walks of life. Clinical supervisor, speaker, regularly solicited by the media, instigator of several community projects affecting the mental health and well-being of the individual and the community, Eve stands out for her authenticity, her perseverance and her positive leadership.