Catholic Family Services wishes to acknowledge W. Brett Wilson & Family for their generous contribution towards the creation of this page.

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Quizzes

Should I see a counsellor?

What's your anger style? 

Are you assertive?

Fact vs Fiction: Separation & Divorce

 

 

Activities

Anger word search

Create your own online user name!

Need help talking to an adult? Try using this letter to start.

Can't think of a word for that feeling you're having? Try our list

Learn about "I feel" messages.

Print and practice your "I feel" messages!

Make your own "Feel Good" Box.

Print your own Feeling Safe, Feeling Well Plan

 

Catholic Family Services wishes to acknowledge W. Brett Wilson & Family for their generous contribution towards the creation of this page.

Tips & Tricks

Counselling

What is counselling?

Counselling is talking to a special adult called a counsellor about things that are going on in your life. They are almost like your own personal diary or journal! You can talk to them about anything! Your counsellor won't tell you what to do, but he or she will help you think about different ways of handling what is going on in your life. 

Our counsellors are very good listeners! 

Erin is a really good listener!

 Erin, Counsellor

      Michelle is a really good listener!

Michelle, Counsellor

                                                                      

How to talk to your parents about wanting to see a counsellor

If you think you need to see a counsellor, follow these steps.

1. Tell an adult you trust that you have a problem you’d like to talk to someone about. 
Trustworthy adults can be: parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles, grown-up brothers or sisters, friends’ parents, teachers or other school staff, or school counsellors.

2. If your trusty adult says you can just talk to them, it’s okay to let them know that you’d feel more comfortable talking with a counsellor.

3. When you and your trusty adult are ready to get help call us at (306) 445-6960.

 

LINKS

Catholic Family Services Links:

Counselling
School Based Services
Children Exposed to Violence
Transition Skills Training Program
Groups and Special Events

External Links

Kids Help Phone
Victims Compensation Program

 

 

 


 

Summer Safety Presentations

Catholic Family Services is proud to offer Summer Safety presentations and activities for children during the City of North Battleford's 2017 Summer Playground Program.
Summer Safety presentations will be held from 2-3pm on the following dates:
- July 17 2017 at Fairview Park
- July 19 2017 at Kinsman Park
- July 24 2017 at Connaught Park
- July 26 2017 at Centennial Park

Come & learn how to Be Safe 
while Having Fun this Summer! 

Click here to learn more about the free 
Summer Playground program.

Offered in partnership with: 
              the City of North Battleford & local RCMP.
                 

City of North Battleford & RCMP - North Battleford Detachment


   

Battlefords Children's Charter

MEND – Mind, Exercise, Nutrition… Do it!

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What is MEND?

  • MEND is a FREE healthy lifestyle program that combines physical activity, healthy eating and behavior change to facilitate safe, effective weight management and lasting lifestyle change.
  • MEND empowers children and families to become fitter and healthier!
  • The MEND program is fun and interactive and supports children and their families to adopt a healthier lifestyle!

For upcoming MEND program dates, contact MEND: http://kinesiology.usask.ca/mend-sk.php

 

 

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