Life After Loss Session

Life After Loss

Age: 18+

Capacity: 10 people

Date: Weekly sessions beginning on Tuesday, May 14th to Tuesday, July 02nd.

Time: 4:30PM-6:00PM

8 week group therapy supporting adults 18+ to navigate the experience of loss. The group will provide you with a safe and accepting environment where they can honor their experience of loss and explore how they can adjust to life after loss in a meaningful way.

Cost: $80.00

You may be eligible for full subsidies to cover the cost, after registering we will contact you in 48 hours to see if you are qualified for coverage.

Registration deadline: Thursday, May 07th

Register by visiting http://www.vantagecommunityservices.ca/group-therapy/ and call 403-340-8995 if you have any questions.

Overcoming Trauma for Teens

Overcoming Trauma for Teens – Building a Solid Footing

Age: 14 – 17 years old

Capacity: 10 people

Date: Weekly sessions beginning on Thursday, May 16th to Thursday, July 2nd.

Time: 4:30PM-6:00PM

An 8 week group providing youth, ages 14-17, a basic understanding of trauma, and the necessary safety and interpersonal skills required to cope. The group will provide a foundation to explore ways to adjust without being self-destructive or aggressive.

Cost: $80.00

You may be eligible for full subsidies to cover the cost, after registering we will contact you in 48 hours to see if you are qualified for coverage.

Registration deadline Thursday, May 9th

Register by visiting http://www.vantagecommunityservices.ca/group-therapy/ and call 403-340-8995 if you have any questions.

Seeing Through the Vapour

Empowered Parenting Session

Video Gaming & Technology Information for Parents

Techniques for parents raising children in the 21st Century

Join psychologist Dr. Ganz Ferrance and Global Edmonton's Carole Anne Devaney as they discuss techniques for parents raising children in the 21st Century.

Dr. Ferrance holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and an M.A. in Developmental and Educational Psychology from Andrews University in Michigan. He is the former Public Education Coordinator as well as the former Vice-President of the Psychologist’s Association of Alberta. He has also been a regular “Health and Lifestyle” panel expert on Alberta Primetime for over three years and has been presenting a monthly segment on CTV’s Noon Show for the past seven years.

A career woman with three children, Ms. Devaney isn’t afraid to show the good, the bad and the ugly of motherhood. She has a large following on social media, where she often makes light of the realities of parenting. Carole Ann Devaney has a reputation for engaging her audiences, rolling with last-minute changes, keeping the program on time, and, of course, keeping it real.

Techniques for parents raising children in the 21st Century

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