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A 12-session program that will provide an opportunity for participants to gain knowledge, awareness, and education regarding anxiety and depression. It will enable participants to gain healthy coping skills to manage anxiety and depression. It will also provide opportunities for peer support within the context of a therapeutic group environment. What kinds of things are […]Continue readingAnxiety & Depression
A seven-session program 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 addiction. It will assist you with tools to look at who you are now and identify who you hope to become and what you need […]Continue readingArt of Recovery
Engaging Families in Recovery program is a 10-week education program for family members, caregivers and friends of someone living with mental illness. The goal of the program is for caregivers / loved ones to feel better equipped with various coping skills and knowledge of how best be a supporter and caregiver in ways which are […]Continue readingEngaging Families in Recovery
“THIS COURSE HAS GIVEN ME TOOLS I HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR, FOR OVER 20 YEARS. I HAVE RECEIVED NUMEROUS SUPPORTS FOR MY DEPRESSION OVER THE YEARS BUT HAVE NOT COME ACROSS A MORE HELPFUL, MANAGEABLE, DOABLE PROGRAM THAT CAN BE IMPLEMENTED IMMEDIATELY.” Want to know how to feel happier, more confident and worry less right […]Continue readingLiving Life to the Full
PROGRAM INFORMATION: Developed by The Psychology Foundation of Canada, the KHST!®(Kids Have Stress, Too!), program is designed to influence young children’s social and emotional development. This program teaches parents, educators, and other caregivers to help children enhance their physical, mental, emotional and behavioral coping skills, thinking styles and key abilities during the important window of […]Continue readingKids Have Stress Too!