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This 9 part series explores Conflict Basics, Conflict Styles, Active Listening, Assertiveness, Boundaries, Managing Strong Emotions, and how Culture and Power impact conflict, giving you lots of insight and practice to expand the way you communicate. The spring series of Dialogue and Resolution Services’ Communicating through Conflict Training will begin May 1st at the following locations: Tuesdays, 9:30 to 12:30 at Island Community Mental Health 125 Skinner Rd. Tuesdays, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Esquimalt United Church, 500 Admirals Rd $40 per session or $315 for…Find out more »
Topics covered in the four-week education and support group for parents Understanding the reasons kids self-injure Exploration of social trends affecting youth today that contribute to this issue Recognizing the difference and relationship between self-injury and suicide Becoming more familiar with helpful ways to respond to selfinjury Exploring community resources available for our kids Schedule: Four one hour sessions, beginning in mid-May Parent Support Group For more information on times and dates contact Dave Prette Counselling, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Parent Education Evening: Food Allergies and Schools, Speaker Dr. S Cameron, Pediatric Allergist Do you have any specific questions regarding food allergies in schools? How have you managed food allergies for your child when they are at school? We are gathering questions for the speaker, please send them to email@example.com Register using the website below.Find out more »
A free workshop for parents and caregivers
Do you have a gender creative person in your family?
Do you want to be a better ally to your child’s gender creative friends and their families?
Are you seeking support with advocating for your gender creative loved one?
Do you want to take an active role in creating inclusive schools and communities
All children and youth deserve respect, care, and equal opportunities to reach their full potential. How can we create safer spaces and experiences for our young ones who are exploring and expressing gender creative and diverse ways?
CampOUT! is for youth aged 14-21 who identify as queer, trans, two-spirit, intersex, asexual, lesbian, gay, genderqueer, questioning, or as allies to the LGBTQ2S+ community. Some of our campers identify as LGBTQ, some as children of gay parents, or as siblings of LGBTQ individuals, some as Two-Spirit indigenous people. Other campers are interested in learning to be better allies to BC’s queer and trans communities. Some of our campers experience struggle around their identity and/or orientation and others are less conflicted with…Find out more »