This service supports by:
Facilitating learning and helping to increase knowledge and understanding of the mental health challenges that children, youth and families experience.
Building the capacity of parents to respond effectively to mental health challenges experienced by their child/youth.
Helping to increase the child/youth/parents understanding of themselves and others, and assists in developing skills and strategies to improve overall functioning.
Triple P 0-12 Standard Group
The Triple P Positive Parenting Program Group is for parents of children 2—12 years of age. During this 6 week virtual parenting group you will:
- Learn how to create a safe and positive learning environment for your child.
- Learn why your child responds the way they do, and how to support them during challenging moments
- Learn how to build your children’s self-esteem and sense of self–worth.
- Learn how to teach children to become independent problem solvers.
Thursdays | February 3, 2022 – March 10, 2022
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Group Facilitators: Alyssa Fallone (Community Outreach Worker)
Fear-Less Triple P Group
Fear-Less Triple P is a 6 week group for parents/caregivers of children age 6 to 14 years, who have moderate to high levels of anxiety that negatively impact everyday functioning. This group provides parents/caregivers with psychoeducation about anxiety and how it works. Parents/caregivers are encouraged to reflect on how anxiety impacts their family and how their family reacts to anxiety. The group aims to give parents/caregivers a better understanding of the development of a child’s anxiety and why it continues. This group is offered through a virtual Zoom meeting platform.
Tuesdays | February 1, 2022 – March 8, 2022
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Group Facilitators: Uma Bhatt (Community Outreach Worker)
Take Action Group
This 9 week virtual parent child group supports children (8- 14 years) in learning strategies and coping skills to manage anxiety in their lives. The goal of this group is for children to create an ACTION plan for anxiety. ACTION stands for Aware, Calm, Think, Into action, Options and Never stop taking action. Participants will be provided with a workbook and will engage in play, art and creative activities. Parents and caregivers will engage in their own learning through the use of a parent handbook, and group participation. Parents/caregivers will also have the opportunity to meet virtually as a group to learn how to support their child(ren).
Thursdays | January 27, 2022 – March 31, 2022
6:30 – 8:00 PM
Group Facilitators: Rick Rotchild (Intensive Child and Family Worker) and Laurie Blow (Intensive Child and Family Worker)
How do I access the service?
Our group programs listed above are offered to residents of York Region. To express your interest in a group program or if you have any questions, please call our Intake Department at 905-503-9560, prompt 3.