Substance Misuse Counselling
Indigenous Talking Circle
Every Friday at 12pm, John hosts an Indigenous Talking Circle for First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people, and their families.
Culture as therapy is practiced in this group. Through this group we have opportunities to do many things including make drums, smudge, and harvest medicines.
Food and beverages are also provided.
For more information or to join call John at:
or email him at: email@example.com
This group is for Vietnamese people in the community. Although running a little differently due to COVID-19, the group meets to socialize with other members of the community. Together we share culturally appropriate food, socialize, and celebrate Vietnamese Tết.
For more information, or to join please call Veronica at:
or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Expressive Arts Therapy
Watari provides Expressive Arts Therapy to youths under 25 years old.
Expressive Arts Therapy is a multi-modal approach to therapy, which allows people to choose between different modalities of art to create art works and to explore their responses, reactions, and insights. it is in the process of art making, in a safe and secure space, that allows people to awaken their imagination and creativity, and discover how to engage their senses, externalize their difficult emotions and behaviors, and how to regulate them. Expressive Arts Therapy provides a full expression of the imagination and emotional voice through playful activities without judgement or interruption.
Prior art experience is not necessary.
For more information call Ahmad at:
or email Ahmad at: email@example.com
Community Peer Support