2019 Upcoming Offerings

Our practitioners offer group counselling, as well as workshop and seminars in specialty areas

 
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Boundaries Group

You’ve heard the word “boundaries”, but picture that is about saying no to everyone and hurting their feelings. Boundaries are so much more! They create the opportunity to know yourself, why you do things, and why certain people and activities are important to you. Once you have healthy boundaries in your life, you have the opportunity to create healthy relationships as well. Join us for a 10-week group beginning September 17 to learn more about boundaries and how they can help you.

 
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helping your child manage anxiety

Happening September 16, 2019 from 6:30-8:00 pm.

You see your child is struggling with anxiety, and you want to help, but everything you have tried either never worked, or feels like it’s falling on deaf ears now. This free workshop will help you help your child.

This workshop will:

  • help you understand what anxiety is and what might cause it in children

  • provide you with practical tools for helping your child manage their anxiety

  • provide you with the chance to practice these tools at the workshop so that you can have hands on experience

  • give you an understanding and some practical tools for helping your child understand what emotions they might be experiencing and ways of expressing those emotions so that they feel heard and have a better chance of having their needs met

 
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emotion coaching workshop

A 3-hour seminar for parents to learn how to: - help your child manage conflict - help your child build emotional health - learn how to coach your child and name their emotions. For more information please contact Graham Caesar from Forward Momentum Counselling. You can register by clicking here, or feel free to contact us with the button below.

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CHronic Pain Group for Young Adults

Are you a young adult (ages 18-30) and struggling with chronic pain? Many young adults who have chronic pain feel isolated and find it hard to relate to their peers who don’t live with pain every day. This group will be for those who wish to better understand their pain, process how pain has changed their life in a non-judgmental and safe place, discover and learn useful coping tools, and develop a community of support. The group will run for 10 weeks and registration remains open until the minimum participant number is reached (12 persons). All chronic pain conditions welcome, must be able to attend group in person.