This is a group designed for clients with issues related to their own emotional well-being, difficult life events and relationships.
This is a group based on Dialectic Behavioural Therapy, focused on learning skills related to emotional regulation, distress tolerance, relationship effectiveness and mindfulness. Open to adult clients, referred by a psychiatrist or mental health service provider.
This is a group designed to create positive change and provide information about skills and strategies to cope with depression.
Bridging Group & Therapeutic Support Group (TSG)
These drop-in groups are to support adults experiencing mental and/or emotional difficulties who are “in between” mental health services. The bridging group is designed for those waiting for other services while TSG is for clients who would like to utilize ongoing support with no other planned interventions.
This group is designed to assist individuals in recognizing and understanding the various components of healthy relationships.
Anger and Aggression for Men
Group members explore the origins and effects of their anger, prevention and problem solving techniques, and how to implement behavioural changes in a therapeutic setting.
This group will assist individuals to develop coping strategies and problem solving skills to better manage their stress. Learning relaxation techniques is a major component of this group.
Group members will learn how to understand their anxiety and ways to manage it.
Our work takes place on historical and contemporary Indigenous lands, including the territories of Treaty 6, Treaty 7 & Treaty 8 and the homeland of the Métis Nation of Alberta and 8 Métis Settlements. We also acknowledge the many Indigenous communities that have been forged in urban centres across Alberta.