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Youth Recovery Program (Offered Online)

 

 

This program is specifically designed to address challenges many youths are experiencing, with tailored evidence-based content available in an online closed group that allows space for learning and integration between each session.

 

Guided by a multi-disciplinary team of eating disorder professionals, we are launching a one-day youth retreat, with the option of joining follow-up group check-ins at later dates for those experiencing disordered eating. Enjoy the convenience of virtual access to provide meaningful discussion, tools, and strategies to support youth who are experiencing disordered eating. A formal diagnosis is not required to join.

This program is specifically designed to address challenges many youths are experiencing, with tailored evidence-based content and processing available in an online closed group that allows space for learning and integration between each session. This group is open to youth 12-18 years of age and is free of charge for Saskatchewan residents.

 

When: Saturday, May 7th from 9:00 am-4 pm

Where: From the comfort of your own home, you can jump on into our inclusive virtual group room and access our digital e-learning platform.

Who: Saskatchewan residents between the ages of 12-18.

What do I need to participate? Access to the internet and a device with a camera and microphone is optimal, but please let us know if this is a barrier to accessing the program.

 

APPLY NOW! 

 

 

Family and Caregiver Program (Offered Online)

 

Are you a parent, spouse or friend of someone who suffers from an eating disorder? Do you struggle with their behavior and/or setting limits and/or how to respond to their emotions?

 

Inspired by Emotion-Focused Family Therapy – and with a healthy dose of humor - this evidence-based workshop will introduce practical skills to strengthen relationships, increase cooperation and respond to strong emotional reactions, including expressions of worry, anger, hopelessness, even silence. Parents and caregivers will learn to navigate and guide their loved ones experiencing big feelings, emotional dysregulation, and/or mental health issues.

 

Different from other mainstream parenting models, EFFT is rooted in a deep belief in the healing power of families. The model provides parents the tools to restore connection in their relationship with their child, and feel more empowered when met with tough parenting situations at home. Parents will also be supported to identify, work through, and overcome many obstacles that surface through the journey of emotional and behavioral change.

 

This online variation of the 2-day Caregiver Workshop allows space for learning and integration between each session. 

 

Where: From the comfort of your own home, you can jump on into our inclusive virtual group room and access our digital e-learning platform.

Who: Free program for Saskatchewan residents who are supporting someone with disordered eating or an eating disorder (family, siblings, friends, teachers, etc!)

What do I need to participate?  Access to the internet and a device with a camera and microphone is optimal, but please let us know if this is a barrier to accessing the program.

 

 

Register now - * May 27, 28, 2022 * November 25-26, 2022 * NEW DATES *