We are excited to announce that we are opening a Circle for those in a fathering role (fathers as well as grandfathers, uncles and others who are raising children). This inclusive Circle will be meeting in Burnaby.
Figuring out how to be a Dad isn’t always easy
Parent Support Services offers self-help support circles for those in a parenting role.
These circle groups are led by two trained volunteer facilitators.
Our Circles are free and confidential.
Child minding and refreshments provided.
Our Fathering Support Circle provides a safe, supportive place for fathers, and others in a fathering role, to share ideas and information with other fathers.
Start Date: February 5th, 2019 When: Every Tuesday—
6:30-8:30 pm Where: Burnaby Find out more and register:
at firstname.lastname@example.org or
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of BC and the United Way Lower Mainland.
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Parent Support Services Society of BC is hosting a workshop on ‘Parenting & The Whole Brain Child’ with Dr. Max Innes, family therapist; who will introduce an approach to parenting that will focus on providing practical ideas that are both effective and in keeping with recent findings from neuroscience – child brain development and behaviours.
This will take place on April 12, 2018, at our provincial office on 5623 Imperial St, Burnaby.
The workshop will start at 6:00PM & end at 8:00PM.
If you will be attending and need childminding, please register both yourself and your child(ren). There are limited spots available for childminding.
Parent Support Services Society of BC is a provincial charitable organization founded in 1974 and incorporated as a Society January 22nd, 1976 as “British Columbia Parents In Crisis Society”. The name changed officially to Parent Support Services Society of BC June 06, 2001.