Support groups and workshops are an important resource for people to get information, connection, validation and emotional support from others going through similar experiences. These groups can promote healing, resilience and provide a sense of hope.
We offer a range of support groups and workshops for children, parents and adults, please view the flyer for each group for more information on the sessions, costs, dates and times. Contact us to sign up for any of our upcoming groups or to register your interest for future groups.
Join one or all four of our workshops and learn vital life skills that they don’t teach in school. Facilitated by two of our qualified staff members, workshops last three hours and include activities, discussions, and reflection time. Each workshop group will include four to six children, ages 9 to 11, and one accompanying parent per child. Connect, grow and have fun together!
Join our 6-week Circle of Security Parenting Group (COS-P), designed to enhance the bond and sense of security between parents and children. The COS- program is a group-based weekly meeting with other parents. It provides parents with a road map to better understand their child's behaviour, and support their needs. COS-P offers a safe environment for parents to identify their parenting strengths and weaknesses and benefit from sharing with other parents in the group.
Teenagerhood can be a challenging time for parents with their teenager’s anger outbursts, changes in personality, or challenging previously set rules. We have found that when the relationship between parents and their teenager improves, they become more receptive to your influence. Come join us for a group meeting with other parents as we share our findings and support each other.
We know that losing a beloved pet is like losing a family member. To help people get through this difficult time we are running a weekly pet loss support group on Saturdays from 2pm to 3pm. We aim to provide psychological and mental health support and offer a safe space for people to grieve and be there for each other.