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Art of Friendship
Good relationships require the use of effecive communication tools and skills. In this course, you will gain insight into why people may misinterpret us or the ...
Life is full of ups ad downs and your capacity to cope is often challenged. When the pressure is on and you have to deal with life's big bumps, you have to find ...
Building Better Boundaries
Many things impact our recovery and mental wellbeing. One area is our social interactions. This course looks at the basis for positive relationships, how we we ...
Confront the Discomfort
Whether mild or server, experiencing anxiety can limit the potential for enjoyment in our own lives. In this course, you will learn the physical, mental and of ...
Conversations That Matter
Many of our defining moments come from having critical conversations In this course we will focus on conversations that deepen our relationships and learn on to ...
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 ...
Getting grounded is about finding ways to firmly anchor yourself in the present. Learning what grounds you is helpful in many situations where you may find or ...
Regulating Our Emotions
Emotions are a completely normal, usually healthy part of being human. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems - problems ...
Road to Recovery
Finding a way back from a mental health or substance use concern is a journey. This course focuses on what would be helpful in your life journey. It will assist ...
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 ...
When Hearts Yearn
The "WHY - When Hearts Yearn" peer suicide support group is an 8 week closed support group for survivors who have lost a loved one by suicide. This group is led ...
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