Current Events and Links to Check Out

Upcoming events and links to explore:

FREE YOGA!!

Every Thursday starting September 19th.  4:30 pm – 5:30 pm.  Join us in the Chapel at Martin Luther University College.

Our instructor is Nerine and she received her yoga certification from YogaSpace in Toronto and has done extensive training with world-renowned yoga teacher Shiva Rea. She holds additional certifications in JourneyDance and Yoga Trance Dance, and completed her Thai Yoga Massage training at Thai Massage Toronto as well as her Indian Head Massage training through Lotus Palm She finds freedom & joy through movement and connects deeply with the healing power of dance & ritual.

The class is open to ALL levels.  If you have a yoga mat, please bring it – if you do not, we do have a few spares.  Classes are free but donations are always welcome.

Hold Me Tight® – Conversations for a Lifetime of Love

November 16 – 17, 2019.

Based on the book Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime Of Love by Dr. Sue Johnson. During this weekend workshop you will:

  • learn about love and attachment
  • begin to make sense of your own and your partner’s emotional needs
  • understand how love goes wrong
  • identify stuck points in your own relationship
  • learn how to talk about hurts without getting stuck
  • learn how to apologize and forgive
  • discover ways to keep love alive in your relationship

Facilitator: Debbie Wang, Certified EFT Therapist, MSW, RSW, PhD

Registration: go to https://event-wizard.com/HMT-0519/0/register/

Fee: $450 per couple ($395 early bird fee until October 18th)

 

Registration deadline: November 13, 2019

Suicidal Ideation and Thoughts 

A seven week course offering support to those struggling with suicidal ideation and thoughts.

Starting October 22nd for 7 weeks. 3 pm – 4:30pm

It is our intent to provide the environment for participants to develop skills in:

  • emotional regulation during times of heightened emotional stress
  • emotional literacy as a way to communicate distress
  • identifying strengths, skills, values and goals/dreams
  • healthy relationship management skills and instilling a sense of hope for living

Program: This is a CLOSED group with a maximum of 10 participants. Registration requires a referral from your therapist, or in the event that you do not have a therapist, contact Kathy B at the Delton Glebe Counselling Centre.

Registration Deadline: October 15, 2019

Fee: $75 for all 7 weeks

Facilitator: Kathy Bazinet, Associate Therapist, DGCC

To register, call the Delton Glebe Counselling Centre at 519 – 884 – 3305

4th Annual Delton Gelbe Counselling Centre Breakfast

Wednesday, October 23rd 7:30 am

Our speaker is Dr. Pamela McCarroll and she will be looking at the growing consensus regarding the psychological and mental health effects of the climate crises in the form of eco-anxiety. She will also help us consider communal strategies for realistic hope.

Tickets cost $55 per person AND can be purchased online at event-wizard.com/Breakfast2019/0/register/

Check out this short video for Suicide Prevention Week: "H.O.P.E. (Hold. On. Pain. Ends.) "

For more information call 519-884-3305

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