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Wellness Blog

Super Dads, Super Kids – Virtual

Dads or male identified caregivers of children prenatal to 6 years This program will help you to: – Relate better to and connect with your child – Commit more quality time with your child – Teach your children about important topics like emotions, health, and communication *Participants do not have to be 18+. Virtual.

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Free to Be Me

Ages 10-13, Female-identifying non-binary, Waterloo Region A group for nonbinary and female-identifying pre-teens grade 6-8. Through activities, games, and art kids will learn healthy ways to cope with anxious or low feelings while reducing isolation. This group will support participants in developing CBT and mindfulness skills. In-person: Carizon, 400 Queen St. S. Kitchener.

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YEAH!

High school aged newcomer youth in Waterloo Region who have refugee/protected person status Looking for a place to meet new people and make new connections through games, activities and sports? Join our YEAH! – Youth Empowerment and Healing – newcomer youth group to support one another and share experiences that matter to you in a… Read more »

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Connecting Through Play (FULL)

Ages 5-7 and their caregivers, Waterloo Region Play isn’t just fun; it’s how children learn about their world. Adults engaging and being present in play is a “hands-on” way to establish a deep connection and strengthen relationships. Our weekly, virtual, family group sessions will focus on arts & crafts, active games, and activities (materials provided)…. Read more »

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Healthy Living & Healthy Relationships Family Group (FULL)

Ages 7-9 and their caregivers, Waterloo Region In this virtual group, families will participate in discussions and activities promoting healthy lifestyle and family wellbeing. Every other week will be a cooking session where families shop for, prepare, and cook a meal together. Families in the group then join together for a virtual family meal. On… Read more »

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Taming Our Anger

Male-Identified people or Female-Identified people This is a skills-based group to learn about where our anger comes from and how to express and manage our emotions in healthier ways. In person: Carizon, 400 Queen St. S. Kitchener.

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Transition to Parenthood

Parents/caregivers with children ages 0-2 years There is no training for becoming a parent. Although exciting, the transition to having a new baby at home can also be challenging. Transitioning to Parenthood is an 8-week series where you can talk with others who have a new baby, or a child up to age 2, and… Read more »

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Chronic Pain Monthly Support

Adults with experiences of chronic pain This group is a support group for people who are looking to gain and receive support around the challenges of living with chronic pain. As this is an open group, group membership will be different in each group and members can attend the weeks that work for them. Participants… Read more »

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Building Better Boundaries

Women with experiences of any form of abuse This group provides education and support for women who have experienced any form of abuse and are working towards setting better boundaries in their lives. Group sessions include opportunities for discussion, reflection, and making personal connections. Virtual.

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First Time Parents

First time parents and their support persons. Families with more than one child are also welcome whom may want a refresher. Content is geared towards caring for children 0-6 months in age. The First Time Parents Group is a 10-week, parenting support and educational program for first time parents and caregivers. Come together and build… Read more »

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