Five Things You Can Do to Help Your Child with Anxiety

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Does your child ever feel a flutter in his stomach or have sweaty palms before a test? Does she feel this before meeting someone new for the first time? If so, then your child is experiencing a typical response to stressful situations otherwise known as anxiety. It is natural to have these reactions and emotional responses and is only a … Read More

Friendship Skills Group

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Children in this group will be matched for age and skill level. Lessons will be specific to the needs of the group. This group is different from many in that the lessons are based on the needs of the group and members will be given continual opportunities for real-life practice of skills with supportive feedback. This 8 session group for … Read More

Enjoy This Festive Season With Us

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May this Christmas end the present year on a cheerful note and make way for a fresh and bright new year. Here’s wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Make this time of the year extra magical with us. Visit our for attractive discount.

ASD SOCIAL SKILLS GROUP FOR AGES 8-10

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Children in this group will have ample opportunity to practice their skills in a safe and caring environment with a small number of their peers. Small class sizes will ensure each child has opportunities to expand on their skills with supportive feedback.

Wellness Group for Teen Girls

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Art Therapy Series I Art Therapy is a psychodynamic therapeutic approach that uses the non-verbal language of art making and verbal communication for personal growth, insight, healing and transformation. Using the creative process in a therapeutic setting enhances our ability to make meaning out of our experiences and reconcile emotional conflicts. Art creations record and hold our hopes, dreams, emotions … Read More

Community Education Service

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What is Play Therapy? How Does it Work? Who Would Benefit from It? Presented by: Cassandra White, Registered Psychologist., Director at Rocky Mountain Psychological Services. February 27, 2017 6:30-8:00pm Sign in: 6:15pm South Health Campus- Wellness Centre 4448 Front St SE, Calgary Session is FREE of charge/Parking fees may apply Register : http://fcrc.ahs.ca/ces/ For more information: email ces@ahs.ca or call … Read More

Support Group for Parents of Children with ADHD

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Parenting is an amazing adventure full of ups and downs, learning, celebrations, and challenges. Parenting a child with ADHD requires some specialized skills and techniques. In this group, parents will learn research-supported strategies for parenting children with ADHD and will also have the benefit of other parents sharing their experience and support for implementing strategies and treatment plans. Just like … Read More

Whole-Brain Child Parenting Group

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This parenting group will help parents of children ages 2-12 use the latest research on brain development. Parents will learn how to apply new advances in brain science to their parenting to help improve the effectiveness of their parenting, improve their relationship with their child(ren), and prepare children for life. New brain research has resulted in a whole new field … Read More

Social Skills Group For Ages 10-13

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This 9 session group for adolescents focuses on practical skills required for social interactions. Topics include:, staying on topic, social reciprocity, expanding communication, and peer interactions. Adolescents in this group will have ample opportunity to practice their skills in a safe and caring environment with a small number of their peers. Small class sizes will ensure each child has opportunities … Read More

How to Boost Your Child’s Self-Esteem

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Many kids with ADHD and learning disabilities also struggle with poor self-esteem. Here’s how parents can help. When children feel good about themselves, everything goes a little easier for them and their parents. But poor self-esteem is a big problem for ADHD children–and an even bigger problem for the 50 percent or so of ADHD children who also have learning … Read More