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  • Connect Group - Mental Health Week

    May 2-8, 2022 is Mental Health Week and the theme is #GetReal about how to help. This week’s Connect Group features Tasha Collins from Weyburn CMHA. Tasha will be sharing about Mental Health Week and some stress management tips.

    Uploaded May 05, 2022
  • Connect Group - Mental Health & Screen Time

    This week’s Connect Group features Evan Burdan, a Child and Youth Psychologist in Weyburn. Research shows that screen time and usage is effecting our mental health. Evan will share some education about the effects and some tips on how to manage our screen time. Join us for his perspective as a psychologist on screen time; his message is not to get rid of our phones, rather learn about what the research is saying and how to manage it.

    Uploaded Apr 28, 2022
  • Connect Group - Positive Self-Talk (Grade 4)

    In an effort to support younger students with anxiety and worry, we expanded the Connect Group platform to provide two special presentations. Sara is a social work practicum student at Mental Health Child and Youth and provides students with some tips about anxiety and positive self-talk. These presentations are suitable for around the grade 4 age range.

    Uploaded Mar 31, 2022
  • Connect Group - Envision Counselling

    This week’s Connect Group features Jade from Envision Counselling and Support Centre and she will be talking about Assertiveness. Envision offers a variety of topics and is available to present in your classrooms through their ROAM program!

    Hello everyone! My name is Jade, and I am one of the Outreach Educators with Envision Counselling & Support Centre Inc. Envision Counselling has been a part of the Southeast corner of Saskatchewan since 1994. Envision Counselling’s goal is to help individuals to live their healthiest, happiest lives. We provide counselling services to individuals, couples, families, and children who may be going through a tough time, and/or have experienced violence and abuse in their lives. Anyone who is looking for support can call one of our four office locations and speak with our trained intake worker. We have offices located in Weyburn, Estevan, Carlyle, and Oxbow.
    Envision Counselling & Support Centre also offers in-home support to families. Family Support workers go into the homes of families and work with parents on various goals that are mutually decided on between the family and worker. These goals could include topics such as relationship building, create and maintain daily routines, budgeting, parenting skills, and so forth.
    Lastly, Envision Counselling provides community education and awareness. We have been doing this through our ROAM project which stands for Rural Outreach Awareness Measures. Through this project, the main focus has been to provide information through presentations within the classroom of grades 7-10 on topic like unhealthy relationships, dating violence, types of abuse, and so on.

    Uploaded Mar 29, 2022
  • Connect Group - Learning to Tackle Anxiety (Grade 4)

    In an effort to support younger students with anxiety and worry, we expanded the Connect Group platform to provide two special presentations. Sara is a social work practicum student at Mental Health Child and Youth and provides students with some tips about anxiety and positive self-talk. These presentations are suitable for the grade 4 age range.

    Uploaded Mar 28, 2022
  • Connect Group - World Sleep Day: Tips for Teams

    This week's Connect Group features Treena, the Student Services Counsellor at Weyburn Comprehensive School. Treena found herself being so passionate about her own and her families sleep that she trained to become a sleep consultant 7 years ago. Treena works with people of any age to help them gain a better night's sleep. She will teach us about how important sleep is, what happens in your brain and body when you sleep and some tips on how to improve your sleep. There is a strong focus on the unique sleep needs for adolescents in this session.

    Uploaded Mar 28, 2022
  • Connect Group - Zumba & Benefits of Physical Activity

    This week we have a presentation from Maria Walter on Zumba and the importance of physical activity! Here’s more about Maria: My name is Maria Walter and I am the owner/artistic director of Soul Step Studio. I am a young mom of 3 kiddos ages 4.5, 3 and 1.5. I am originally from Estevan and also hold my Bachelor of Education degree. I fell in love with dance and fitness as a young child and the love stayed with me. I currently hold instructor certifications in ballet with the RAD, tap and jazz with ADAPT, Acrobatic Arts Level 1, Barre Above, Balletone, Zumba and Zumba Kids and Kids JR. and most recently Canfitpro Fitness Instructor Specialist. My intention is to create a safe space allowing people to come together to share and express who they are through the power of movement!

    Uploaded Mar 28, 2022
  • Connect Group - GAP

    Bretton from the Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) hosts our Connect Group to discuss Gaming and Addiction.

    Uploaded Mar 28, 2022
  • Connect Group - Pink Shirt Day

    This session is something new for Connect Group! We will have a group of hosts from different areas of expertise to talk about bullying, how it has changed over the years, the emergence of cyberbullying and getting help

    Uploaded Mar 28, 2022
  • Connect Group - Healthy Relationships

    In this session we have Envision Counselling and Support Centre. With Valentine's Day coming up, they will be talking about Healthy Relationships. Envision offers a variety of programs in Estevan, Weyburn, Oxbow and Carlyle. They also provide Community Outreach and have available school-based presentations for grades 7-12.

    Uploaded Mar 28, 2022
  • Connect Group - Gambling Awareness Program (GAP)

    Bretton Hutt is the Southern Coordinator for the GAP program and has a passion for public health education and community outreach. A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, she has recently celebrated her two-year anniversary with the Canadian Mental Health Association and the GAP program. The GAP program has been delivering information about gambling, addiction, and mental health throughout Saskatchewan for over 25 years! A first of its kind in Saskatchewan, GAP offers helpful information about risk, gambling, addiction, and ways to help reduce the harm from these activities. The program has recently expanded to include information on technology, social media, and video games as there are many similarities between these activities and gambling. The program delivers outreach to those in recovery, youth, post-secondary students, and many more in the general public. They also hold strategic relationships with the community organizations such as the Saskatchewan Health Authority, SaskGambling, the RCMP, and various community agencies that offer much needed services throughout our province. Their goal is to help educate those on the risks of gambling, harm reduction, and where to go should you need help.

    Uploaded Mar 28, 2022
  • Connect Group - Bell Let's Talk Day 2022

    On Bell Let's Talk Day, Tasha Collins from Weyburn CMHA hosts Connect Group to discuss Mental Health vs. Mental Illness.
    Tasha is the current Program Director for the Canadian Mental Health Association - Weyburn Branch. She graduated from the University of Regina with a degree in Justice Studies. Tasha has always had an interest in working with people and helping others, and has become very passionate about mental health. Tasha started working with CMHA's Weyburn branch in 2011, through her work at CMHA, Tasha was offered an opportunity to become a certified trainer through Livingworks for both safeTALK (Suicide Alertness for Everyone) as well as ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training.) As a facilitator she is able to offer workshops and education to others, working towards suicide safer communities. Working with CMHA has provided her the opportunity to learn, grow, connect with and become involved with the Weyburn community in many ways. Tasha volunteers with the Communithon as part of her role with CMHA, and currently hold the Treasurer position within that Committee. Tasha is active within the community through both Volleyball and Slowpitch and has also spent time volunteering at Weyburn Red Wing games. In her downtime, you can also find Tasha camping, golfing, hunting, walking her dogs, or on her boat fishing.

    Uploaded Mar 28, 2022