Change your patterns and overcome your anxiety.

Without realizing that they are doing it, people who struggle with Anxiety often develop patterns that end up making the feelings much worse. This session outlines the 10 most common mistakes that inadvertently strengthen feelings of Anxiety, making it even more challenging to feel balanced and in control.

Participants will learn the solutions that change these dysfunctional patterns so the anxiety can be successfully addressed and overcome.

This is an online event through Zoom facilitated by Kim (she/her) B.A., R.P.C., M.P.C.C., C.T., Tacit Knowledge Counselling & Mental Health Training

Registration is required. 

In Partnership with Parkland School Division

Professional Counselor, Jenn Banas, will walk participants through the nature of trauma, and how it can manifest in the brain, and subsequently, our behaviours. Discover how unprocessed trauma, including attachment trauma, can predispose children to addictive behaviours. Finally, learn how to spot the signs of addiction, and what tools are available for support.
Registration is required.

In partnership with Parkland School Division.

Discover the reasons why children’s behaviour can be difficult at mealtimes and how to encourage good mealtime habits. Learn ways to increase food variety and some strategies for coping with stressful mealtimes.

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A safe space for an open discussion about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and the associated myths, stigma, and awareness. Discussion on both supporting pregnant women and individuals living with FASD.

Presenter: Brittany Durant

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Presenter: Jenn Banas with Parkland Wellness Centre and Refugee Welcome Space.

More information to follow.

Registration Required 

Join other dads online to share the experience of parenting young children.

September 17-The Unique Role of a Super Dad

This session is designed to give dads a chance to reflect on the unique value of their roles. By helping fathers become intentional in their fathering, men often gain new understanding of the importance of their influence in a child’s life.

The activities for this program are geared for children 2 – 11years old.

Some sessions will include activities that will need to be picked up prior to the session starting.

Registration is required. Please register here.

This Covid edition craft workshop supports caregivers and children to create and play together. Using supplies from home and supplies that apfa will provide these crafts will be sure to beat the Covid blues.

Triple P Discussion Groups offer tips and suggestions for dealing with a child’s specific problem behavior. Work with other parents on developing strategies. This online program is for parents of children 0 -12 years. Sessions will run for 5 weeks. 

This Parent and Tot program will be a one-time, Holiday themed online session. Join us for some holiday fun! You will be required to pick up an activity kit from the Family Connections Centre prior the the zoom class on Tuesday, December 8th @ 11-11:30AM.

Let’s talk about anxiety – what gets it going, what keeps it going, and what you can do to find calm and relief from it. Gain insights into what our brains, bodies, and behaviours have to do with managing anxiety.

Presenters : Kelly Pilkie and Brenna McKerrall from Aspire Counselling and Psychology Inc.

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