Family Mental Health: A Workshop with Beryl-Ann Mark and Khalil Dorival
Khalil Dorival is a Mental Wellness Coach, Author, Spiritual Leader, Facilitator and Invisible Hero Awarded by the Toronto Police Services & Child Care Services.
He is the Founder of Khalil Dorival Enterprise (KDE), an organization dedicated to addressing the social and economical barriers that youth encounter through Mental Wellness workshops.
His phenomenal drive and determination has pushed him to become an influential leader in his community. Having grown up in an at-risk neighborhood with divorced parents, it wasn’t a surprise when Khalil got in trouble with the law, hung out with wrong friends, had scholastic troubles, and struggled with financial obstacles. In the midst of his shortcomings and mistakes he challenged himself to grow spiritually, mentally, physically – resulting in a successful turn around of his life.
His major goal is to inspire people to love themselves and in return love others. Known for his enthusiastic energy, Khalil is able to translate the trials and tribulations of life into relevant principles and coaching opportunities. His biggest dream is to impact the world globally by giving back to people what God and many mentors have invested in him. On his journey to success and personal well-being, his sole desire is to change lives, sowing seeds of hope and teachings to bring out the best in people.
Beryl-Ann Mark graduated from the Social Service Worker program at Humber College and is a Registered Social Service Worker. She has over 5 years experience working in the social service sector. Ms. Mark is an Ambassador at Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre and a volunteer for Mutual Aid Parkdale. Her role as a Community Engagement Lead at Parkdale People’s Economy allows her to collaborate with Parkdale residents and different local agencies to improve residents’ wellbeing and the neighborhood. Beryl-Ann has a passion for helping and supporting people to maximize their full potential, so that they can achieve self-actualization. Ms. Mark won an award from Parkdale Community Legal Services in 2015 for her selfless contribution to the wellbeing of Parkdale residents. Beryl-Ann is on the Board of Directors at Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre.