Skills for Mindful Living

Event Details

Cedar Room, West Vancouver Community Centre

The Skills for Mindful Living series is a BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC) community service initiative (Public Presentation Project), developed in collaboration with Canadian Mental Health Association North and West Vancouver Branch (CMHA) and the West Vancouver Community Centres Services Society (WVCCSS).

This project is designed to provide opportunities to the West Vancouver community to develop healthy strategies for living and skills to enhance family relationships.

Volunteer Registered Clinical Counsellors will present educational workshops addressing daily life issues such as stress reduction, parenting, family and couple relationships, conflict resolution, anger management, and mindfulness.

Workshops will be held in the Cedar Room at the West Vancouver Community Centre on Marine Drive at 21st Street in West Vancouver. Workshops are open to 40 registrants and while there is no fee for participation, donations are welcome. Proceeds from each workshop will be invested in local, community‐based charities.

Upcoming Workshops & Presenters for 2012:

May 24, 2012 – Assisting Families in Navigating Separation & Divorce – Alyson Jones & Associates REGISTER

September 27, 2012 – Understanding and assisting your Child with Anxiety – Lori Newell of Alyson Jones & Associates

October 25, 2012 – Addiction and its Impact on Families: Tips for sanity – Chasidy Karpiuk

November 22, 2012 – Vibrant despite Illness: Challenge the emotional hardships of life with Chronic Illness – Nicole Maier and Deborah Braun

For registration go to: www.mindfullivingworkshops.eventbrite.com

(604) 987-6959 or email: Talayeh Jamshidi at talayeh.jamshidi@cmha.bc.ca

Feedback or suggestions for both locations, please contact:

Lida Izadi, R.C.C.
Chair, Member Services, BCACC
(604) 786‐5432
lidaizadi@hotmail.com

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