Mental Health Awareness and Communication Series

April 27th, May 25th and June 22nd, 2022 – 1PM – 215PM ET

Featuring Dr. Glenn J. Landry, Sleep Expert

About the Speaker:

Glenn Landry has studied circadian rhythms and sleep for over 20 years. He completed his graduate research at Simon Fraser University, exaimining circadian mechanisms of entrainment, supervised by Dr. Ralph Mistlberger and supported by grants from MSFHR and NSERC. He then focused his research efforts on sleep, aging and cognition as a CIHR postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose’s Aging, Mobility, and Cognitive eurosvience Lab at UBC. His research there explored age-related changes in sleep duration, efficiency and architecture that contribute to or accelerate cognitive decline in older adults. As an academic, Glenn’s goal was to develop chronotheapeutic interventions capable of delaying cognitive decline in older adults, with the objective of improving quality of life, productivity, and extending capacity for independent living. Now in private practice, Glenn is a sleep coach. He works with older adults, shift workers, and families to improve physical and mental health throughout better sleep quality by translating sleep science into practical interventions tailored to each client.

About the First Session of the Three-Part Series:

Elite Sleep #1 – Sleep Matters!

We kick off this series with an introduction to the consensus sleep science explaining why, if you want to be elite, you need to first become an Elite Sleeper. We explain how sleep health impacts every aspect of human health and performance. Participants will learn: (1) what defines Elite Sleep (i.e., optimal sleep architecture); (2) how to objectively measure their sleep architecture; and (3) how to begin their journey toward better sleep health.

To learn more about Dr. Landry and the next two sessions which build on one another, download the Three-Part Series Information Booklet by clicking here. If you are unable to participate, you will be able to watch a recorded version on the Encompas website, by clicking here


Click here to Register for the Series


Note: To ensure your anonymity, your registration information will ONLY be available to the hosts from Dalton Associates. Registrants will NOT have the option of turning on their camera or microphone at any time. Questions will be managed through the text Q&A which are sent only to the hosts – Dalton Associates. They will either answer those questions verbally without referencing the name of the participant who asked the question, or privately through the text function.

All sessions will be delivered through the PHIPA compliant version of Zoom Webinar.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact encompas@daltonassociates.ca