New Classes for Caregivers and Self-Improvement

Life didn't come with an instruction manual. How we process and respond to situations is different for everyone. Learning successful strategies to overcome challenges can help you work towards a better future.

We are introducing a variety of new classes for parents, individuals, and youth interested in resolving personal challenges or learning new skills.


Parenting Through Divorce and Separation

This full-day workshop will help you understand your children’s responses to breakups of prior relationships. We’ll help you develop co-parenting strategies and build a more positive and healthy home. Learn more.


Parenting in Blended Families

The Parenting in Blended Families workshop will help you understand the roles of the natural and step-parent, common issues in blended families, and your children’s responses to the breakups of prior relationships. In this 3-hour course, we’ll provide step-parenting tips and help you develop strategies for a more positive and healthy home together. Learn more.


Building Self-Esteem

You will learn about the characteristics of self-esteem, self-defeating behaviours, and setting healthy boundaries in our Building Self Esteem workshop. This could be the first step you need in becoming seen and respected as the strong individual you are inside. Learn more.


Effective Communication Skills

Do you find it difficult to speak up for yourself and share your opinion or feelings? In this course, you will learn how to express your feelings honestly, use "I" statements, and how to be assertive. You will feel more comfortable saying "no" and making your own choices. Learn more.


Understanding Addictions

Do you know someone who is struggling with addictions? Or maybe you are facing challenges with addictions. Addictions are not just about drugs, alcohol, or gambling; you can actually be addicted to anything. In this addiction workshop, you will learn more about dependency and habits, how they impact your life, and how to help someone with an addiction. Learn more.


Understanding Anger for Youth

Low self-esteem, bullying, trauma, and divorce are some factors that can contribute to anger in teens. In this course, your child will learn self-awareness skills to take back control of their emotions. Learn more.