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Single-Session Wellness Workshops For Youth

Engaging, practical single-session wellness workshops for schools and youth groups:

Minimum suggested fee to help cover costs associated with delivering the workshop: $50 for one-time workshops; $20 per session when booking multiple workshops. suicideTALK is staff-delivered and is $50 per session.

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Tools for Managing Stress

 

Streamlined and super practical, this single-session workshop introduces mindfulness tools to help youth tackle stress from the inside out!  Dynamic and youth-friendly, teens are invited to try out simple strategies to reduce stress, manage emotions, reactivity, and acknowledge choice in difficult situations.

This revised, innovative workshop includes a variety of short videos, opportunities for small group work, large discussions and space for quiet reflection. Delivered by trained volunteers.

Click here for Workshop Extension Activities.  A mindfulness resource for before or after the Tools for Managing Stress workshop.

Suggested fee: $50 for one-time workshops; $20 per session when booking multiple workshops.

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“Excellent examples – empowering students to take ownership of strategies, etc. Mind jar and STOP practice very useful! Outstanding support! Thank you! Excellent!” 

– School Counsellor, David Thompson Secondary

 

Self-Care 101

 

Recognizing the importance of self-care and coping skills as part of suicide prevention, the Crisis Centre has developed a new workshop!

This interactive workshop encourages young people to consider different strategies to manage life’s ups and downs, and to build their own wellness toolkit.  It includes experiential activities, games and discussion.  Delivered by trained volunteers.

Suggested fee: $50 for one-time workshops; $20 per session when booking multiple workshops.

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SuicideTALK

 

suicideTALK invites youth to become more aware of suicide prevention opportunities in their school and community. This exploration focuses upon the question “Should we talk about suicide?”  suicideTALK participants will discover…

  • How suicide is a serious community health problem that is often misunderstood
  • How personal and community beliefs about suicide affect suicide stigma and safety
  • How the TALK steps can be used to help prevent suicide
  • How to get involved in life protection, preservation, and promotion activities in the community

Suitable for youth 15 and older, including Peer Helper groups.

Contact youthworkshops@crisiscentre.bc.ca to discuss how this might fit into your school or organization’s suicide response plan.

As suicideTALK is staff-delivered, the suggested fee is $50 per workshop.