Workshops for women, children and men
Spring 2019

Counselling is available in Bolton, Orangeville and Shelburne. Please call for appointments.
519-941-4357 | 905-584-4357 | 1-800-265-9178

 

Please click on the tabs below for more information on each workshop.

Click the image below for a printable copy of our current Workshop flyer.

2019 Fall Workshop Flyer

 

A New Day (women only)
Tuesdays | September 17-December 3 | 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Understand why the harmful effects of sexual abuse don’t have to last forever.
Discover your courage, strength and voice in this 10-session group.
Location: Family Transition Place
Register: FTP 519-941-4357 / 905-584-4357

Growing Forward (women only)
Wednesdays | September 25-October 30 | 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Specific to individuals who have already attended one of our previous groups within the past year.
This is a six-week group focused on building on your skills, social connections and sense of community.
CHILDCARE AVAILABLE
Location: Family Transition Place
Register: 519-941-4357 or 905-584-4357

Mothers in Mind (moms & children)
Wednesdays | October 2-October 30 | 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
This five-week group is designed for mothers and their children (four years of age and under) who have experienced a traumatic event and/or unhealthy/abusive family dynamics. Each week, moms and their children spend time participating in activities that are geared towards enhancing parenting skills, strengthening the parent-child relationship, and learning new skills for managing the stress that can accompany parenthood. 
Location: Family Transition Place
Register: FTP 519-941-4357 / 905-584-4357

Stepping Forward (women only)
Thursdays | October 3-December 5 | 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
This 10-session group will help you understand the link between abuse and unhealthy coping. Participants will learn and develop healthy alternatives for coping. The importance of self care, self soothing and self expression will also be explored through relaxation and grounding techniques.
Location: Family Transition Place
Register: FTP 519-941-4357 / 905-584-4357

Journey to Healing (women only)
Thursdays | October 3-December 5 | 5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
Discover your strength, courage and voice in this 10 session, safe, supportive group environment.
Understand why the harmful effects of abuse don’t have to last forever.
Location: Family Transition Place
Register: 519-941-4357 / 905-584-4357

Caring Dads (men only)
Thursdays | 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Group starts mid-October 2019. Please call for details.

Learn the difference between positive and problematic emotions, how to increase your self awareness about these emotions and through individual and group activities, you will understand how to best manage these emotions.
Location: Dufferin Child and Family Services
Register: 519-941-4357, ext. 239
Facilitated in partnership with: dcafs logo side services

Feelings After Birth (women only)
Guest speaker once a month
Feelings After Birth (FAB) offers support and resources in a small group setting to women (with babies under the age of one year) who are experiencing the additional stress of post-partum depression, anxiety, anger, irritation and other mood issues. Facilitated by staff from Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph (WDG) Public Health, Dufferin Child and Family Services, Family Transition Place, and the Ontario Early Years Centre (EYC).
CHILDCARE AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 6.
Location: Orangeville Early Years Centre
Register: EYC 519-941-6991
PLEASE CALL EYC FOR GROUP DATES

Co-Ed Youth Group (grades 6-7, boys and girls) 
Tuesdays | October 1-November 19 | 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
This eight-week group was developed to help today’s preteen and teens better understand the issues they face during adolescence and help them make healthier choices. The group teaches youth how to build on their personal strengths, feel good about themselves and resist the pressures to make unhealthy choices. The program will provide education and information to strengthen their assertiveness skills, emotional regulation, problem-solving skills and help them develop strategies to deal with peer pressure and risky behaviour. The information and activities chosen for this group are presented in a multi-media format utilizing interactive games. The group is both informative and fun and we look forward to working with the participants.
Location: Orangeville Public Library, Mill Street branch
Register: ONLINE or contact the library 519.941.0610
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