Who Should Attend This Program?
If you, or someone you know, struggles with:
- Relationship issues
- Employment issues
- History of Being in Violent Relationships
- Anger Management
- Difficulty Communicating
- Appropriate Conflict Resolution
- Violent and Controlling Behaviors
- Negative Thoughts and Feelings Towards Oneself or Others
Please join us in gaining tools, insight and support in creating positive change within all types of relationships in your life.
Healthy relationships are so important in having a good quality of life, but they can sometimes be hard to navigate. It takes both parties to create an environment of mutual respect, trust, honesty and support that make up healthy relationships. If there has been a history of aggression, abuse and general negativity within your relationships and you want to create change, this is the group for you.
- Learn about and discuss characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships
- Discuss and explore real life situations unique to you
- Use positive coping mechanisms
- Use appropriate communication styles
- Understand your role in creating and maintaining healthy relationships
- Video clips
- Open discussion
- Power point
- Personal examples
You are responsible for:
- Attending weekly
- Attending on time
- Participating to your fullest ability
- Respecting the confidentiality of other members in the group
- Respecting yourself and other members of the group
- To attend the program without the company of an intimate partner or friend, as it promotes a more open and honest conversation within the group
Program Fee: FREE due to generous funding from the Niagara Prosperity Initiative.
Certificate provided after successful completion of the program.
For More Information Contact:
For more information contact Zak Robertson, Program Coordinator/Facilitator – 905.682.2657, ext. 255
John Howard Society of Niagara
210 King Street
St. Catharines, ON L2R 3J9
Phone: (905) 682-2657 Ext. 255
Fax: (905) 984-6918
“Through responsive and individualized service, the John Howard Society of Niagara is committed to facilitating positive personal growth through Justice, Prevention, Employment and Education programs that enrich the communities of the Niagara Region.”