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Relationships and Eating Disorders: A Group Therapy

Does your eating disorder get in the way of your relationships? This 6-week online group psychotherapy for adults hosted by Dr. Alissa Rubinfeld will help you explore and learn to better manage relationship issues related to the challenges of your eating disorder.
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Online Workshops for Dietitians – Eating Disorders & Sport

Two exceptional and essential workshops for dietitians who want to deepen their understanding of the connections between eating disorders and sport
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Therapy For Anxiety: A Group For Adults

This 8-week group will address the most common anxiety issues and help you learn coping skills to process your emotions, face challenging situations and promote change to improve your quality of life.
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Single And Considering Motherhood? Single Motherhood By Choice

Single And Considering Motherhood? Join this half-day seminar offered at Connecte where you will explore your potential and options for yourself and your future family
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Better Managing Anxiety: A Group For Teens

This workshop for teens ages 12-16 will help them to both manage and reduce stress levels using concrete and accessible tools that they will be able to practice across contexts and throughout time
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Connect With Your Body: A Workshop for Women

Through a variety of interactive guided activities, women will have the opportunity to compassionately re-connect with their own bodies and nurture self-compassion to calm excessive self-criticism.
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Music for Mothers and Babies

Stimulate healthy cognitive development by creating live music with your baby 4 – 24 months old, with accredited music therapist Monique Laflamme, MA, MTA.
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Let’s Do Dinner

Do you struggle with eating at dinnertime? Maybe you find it boring or lonely or have difficulty motivating yourself to make dinner? Come eat with us!
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