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2SLGBTQIA+ and Allyship: ONLINE
Join us for this two-hour workshop where we will discuss Gender, Sexuality, and Allyship. We will discuss topics that support us in defining what identity means ...
Caregiver Support Group – Online
Caregivers are individuals who are actively involved with the care of a child, youth, adult or senior. Perhaps you are a caregiver who sometimes feels confused, ...
Couples Communication Workshop
Communication allows us to explain to someone else what we are experiencing and what our needs are. The act of communicating not only helps to meet our needs, ...
Dealing With Anxiety (Bell Let’s Talk)
This is a bite size course designed to offer education and awareness regarding anxiety disorders, explore various coping strategies and techniques and ways in ...
Empowering Helpers: In Person
Caregivers are not just family members, they are individuals who are actively involved with the care of a child, youth, adult or senior. Perhaps you are a who ...
Finding Freedom – ONLINE
The effects of unresolved trauma can be devastating. It can affect our habits and outlook on life, leading to addictions, poor decision-making and behaviours. a ...
Knowledge is Power – Trauma Informed Care
This course is offered as part of our Knowledge is Power Series for our community caregivers. This course is designed to offer education and awareness regarding ...
Regulating Our Emotions: ONLINE
Emotions are a comlpetely normal, usually healthy part of being human. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems - problems ...
The purpose of this course is to focus on recognizing your self-worth, developing unconditional love for self and increasing self-compassion. Self-confidence, a ...
Trauma Informed Care (Bell Let’s Talk)
This is a bite size course designed to offer education and awareness regarding trauma informed care, various strategies and techniques and ways in which we can ...
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