The 4th annual Mental Health For All Conference (MH4A) runs from September 23-25, 2019 at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto’s revitalized Harbourfront. The theme is Connection interrupted: Restoring mental health in a fractured world. What is the MH4A Conference? This is the 4th annual Mental Health For All Conference. It has become the largest […]Continue readingMH4A 2019 Conference
Archives for 2019
Kids Have Stress Too! A program for parents / caregivers of children 4-9 years old. Two upcoming sessions: September 11, 18, and 25 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Woodstock First Nations Health Center 10 Turtle Lane, Woodstock First Nation NB E7M 3B4 Pre-registration deadline: September 9th October 02, 09, and 16 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 […]Continue readingWoodstock Programs
Être le meilleur de moi-même (français) L’estime de soi est le sentiment profond que vous ressentez à l’intérieur de vous et pour votre propre valeur. Améliorer votre estime de soi est possible, peu importe votre âge, les évènements de votre vie et/ou votre passé. (Cliquez ici pour l’affiche) Débutant le lundi 9 septembre de 13h30 […]Continue readingGrand Falls Programs
This working on S.E.L.F program is a good way to start addressing the fundamental problems surrounding exposure to adversity (significant events, hardship, misfortunes, violence…) without needing to focus on specific individual events within a group setting. S.E.L.F. is based on trauma-informed foundation… participants do not need to be formally diagnosed with trauma related disorder to […]Continue readingWorking on S.E.L.F
Art of Friendship provides an interactive, psycho-educational learning environment aimed at promoting recovery through building self-awareness and refining interpersonal relationship skills such as basic needs theory, values, tolerance, boundaries, self-disclosure and trust, communication and conflict resolution. Stage one for Volunteer Peer Supporters. Please contact 506-859-8114 for more information.
Art of Recovery consists of a series of topics related to the changes that take place for us as we find our way back from a mental health disorder and / or addition. It will assist you with tools to look at who you are now and identify who you hope to become and what you […]Continue readingArt of Recovery
Art Therapy – allow latent emotions the chance to be expressed through art! Explore you unconscious through creative processes and promote greater expression, discovery, and self-understanding. No artistic skill required & no material cost. Please call 506-859-8114 for more information.
Mind Over Mood – Self-directed work which follows the popular “Mind Over Mood” publication based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Participants are guided through their workbooks by a peer facilitator and attend group on a weekly basis for a check-in, facilitated support with workbook and valuable additional content, peer support and feedback. Please call 506-859-8114 for more […]Continue readingMind Over Mood
Anger Management / Emotional Regulation program is for anyone who struggles to deal with anger effectively. Topics included; about anger, quick control, strategies to manage anger, relationships, recognizing and changing unhelpful thoughts, and challenges to managing anger. Learn about ways to manage anger, recognize warning signs, learn assertiveness skills, explore emergency control options, new ways to […]Continue readingAnger Management / Emotional Regulation
The Grief and Loss Recovery Program is a 10 week program that’s designed to give participants correct and useful information about grief, trauma and how to reclaim your life. Whether grief is caused by a death or any other major loss, incomplete recovery has a lifelong negative impact on a person’s capacity for happiness. If […]Continue readingGrief and Loss Recovery Program