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Taking Care of Yourself and Others: Postpartum Issues

Flyer in PDF

When: Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

Time: 2:00—4:00pm

Where: Multi-Purpose at Well Being Program at #300-4211 Kingsway in Burnaby

Presenter: Tara Nesbitt

Learning Points:

  • What is the difference between “baby blues” and depression?
  • What you can do to support a parent who is going through a difficult postpartum experience?
  • Did you know that approximately 20% of mothers go through postpartum depression?

Please register to reserve a spot

Please contact us if you need ASL/ Deaf Interpreters

Email

Voice: 604-456-0900

Text: 778-987-4174

TTY: 604-456-0901

FAX:  604-456-0904

Toll-free TTY: 1-800-949-1155

Anger Management Group

Anger is a basic emotion for all people. Anger is natural. Anger is unexpected. Anger can include frustration, being annoyed, “ticked off”, or offended. When we are angry or have conflict, it can be hard to control how to react or respond to other people.  Sometimes we want to get angry back but we need to learn to control so we can respond appropriately.

This group will learn about:

  • What does anger mean?
  • How do we control anger?
  • What are the triggers of anger?
  • How can we tolerate anger?
  • Different kinds of anger e.g. thinking and acting
  • Skills to deal with anger
  • Mindfulness
  • How to reduce anger.

Where: Deaf Well Being Program

Address: 4211 Kingsway #300, Burnaby, BC V5H 1Z6

When: Thursdays starting January 12

Time: 3 – 4:30 pm

Registration: Contact Alison at Alison.Nutt@vch.ca

Flyer in PDF

CBT for Depression Group

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an approach to teach skills to manage depression or other situations that are hard. CBT is designed to support individuals wanting to improve their overall well-being. The skills can also be helpful for learning to set goals, think positively, and feel good about ourselves.

CBT group will learn about and practice:

Where: Deaf Well Being Program

Address: #300-4211 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC V5H 1Z6

When: Thursdays starting January 19

Time: 1 – 2:30 pm

Contact Alison at Alison.nutt@vch.ca to register or ask questions

Anger Management Group

Anger is a basic emotion for all people. Anger is natural. Anger is unexpected. Anger can include frustration, being annoyed, “ticked off”, or offended. When we are angry or have conflict, it can be hard to control how to react or respond to other people.  Sometimes we want to get angry back but we need to learn to control so we can respond appropriately.

This group will learn about:

Where: Deaf Well Being Program

Address: 4211 Kingsway #300, Burnaby, BC V5H 1Z6

When: Thursdays starting November 17

Time: 3 – 4:30 pm

Registration: Contact Alison at Alison.Nutt@vch.ca

Flyer in PDF

CBT for Depression Group

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an approach to teach skills to manage depression or other situations that are hard. CBT is designed to support individuals wanting to improve their overall well-being. The skills can also be helpful for learning to set goals, think positively, and feel good about ourselves.

CBT group will learn about and practice:

Where: Deaf Well Being Program

Address: 4211 Kingsway #300, Burnaby, BC V5H 1Z6

When: Tuesdays starting November 15

Time: 3 – 4:30 pm

Contact Alison at Alison.nutt@vch.ca to register or ask questions