Other Workshops | Osanis Counselling and Consulting

By: Osanis Counselling And Consulting  09-12-2011
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# 1: PARENTING WORKSHOP
Presented By Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW

Description
A) Parenting workshop relevant for parents, stepparents, foster parents, grandparents and caregivers raising children ages 6 to 18 years old.
B) Focuses on information sharing and self-reflection.
C) 12 total hours divided in 4 consecutive weeks & 1 session per week & each session is 3 hours.

* Individual counseling is also available.

Next Session
October 26 to November 16
Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Fee
$40.00
*Financial assistance may be available for parents, stepparents, foster parents, grandparents and caregivers who wish to attend the workshop.

Workshop Objectives
Create a purposeful and safe opportunity for people raising children to:
I) Meet other people raising children.
II) Review current information about issues concerning parenting.
III) Discuss options for framing parenting issues and practices.

Disclaimer
This free parenting workshop is not a forum for:
I) Discrediting, judging or second-guessing peoples’ skills, abilities, hard work, love and commitment toward raising children.
II) Imposing beliefs, values and approaches on peoples’ current parenting practices.
III) Offering techniques or ‘quick fixes’ for controlling children’s and teenager’s behaviour.

Main Topics
I – PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP.
II – CHILD DEVELOPMENT & BEHAVIOUR.
III – COMMUNICATION.
IV – CONFLICT RESOLUTION.

About Oscar
Oscar is a registered social worker. He has worked with children, youth and adults with a wide range of special needs, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 25 years. His work has taken place in a variety of social services. Oscar’s support to his clients has focused on counseling, coaching and community living support.

For More Information and Registration
Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW
*Registered Social Worker # 9872
*Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
250-216-1983

# 2: PERSONAL WELLNESS & HEALTH WORKSHOP
Presented By Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW

Description
A) Personal Wellness & Health Workshop relevant for individuals who wish to gain valuable information about ways to improve their personal wellness and health.
B) Focuses on information sharing, self-reflection and action plan development.
C) 4 hours total divided in 2 consecutive weeks & 1 session per week & each session is 2 hours.

* Individual counseling is also available.

Next Session
October 12 and October 19
Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Fee
$40.00

Workshop Objectives
I – Help you identify and define in measurable ways:
A) Your beliefs concerning personal wellness and health.
B) Your priorities, responsibilities and practices associated with their lifestyle.
C) Your personal, interpersonal and financial needs.
D) Possible discrepancies among your beliefs, lifestyle and needs.

II – Help you develop an individualized and measurable action plan that:
A) Establishes concrete steps to start addressing your issues of concern related to your personal wellness & health.
B) Facilitates the beginning process for start addressing your issues of concern related to your personal wellness & health.

Main Topics
I – BELIEFS SYSTEM AND LIFESTYLE.
II – PERSONAL, INTERPERSONAL AND FINANCIAL NEEDS.
III – DISCREPANCIES AMONG BELIEFS SYSTEMS, LIFESTYLE AND NEEDS.
IV – PERSONALIZED AND MEASURABLE ACTION PLAN.

About Oscar
Oscar is a registered social worker. He has worked with children, youth and adults with a wide range of special needs, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 25 years. His work has taken place in a variety of social services. Oscar’s support to his clients has focused on counseling, coaching and community living support.

For More Information and Registration
Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW
*Registered Social Worker # 9872
*Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
250-216-1983

# 3: CAREGIVERS WORKSHOP
Presented By Sheila Ross, MEd and Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW

Description
A) Caregiver Workshop relevant for people who care for elderly parents “The sandwich generation”, people who care for family members with special needs, and for people who have welcome individuals with developmental disabilities in their homes.
B) Focuses on information sharing, self-reflection and action plan development.
C) 7 total hours divided in 2 consecutive weeks & 1 session per week & each session is 3 ½ hours.

* Individual counseling is also available.
** Caregivers seeking emotional support are invited to join our caregivers support group.

Next Session
September 28 and October 5
Wednesdays from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm

Fee
$ 90.00

Workshops Objectives
I – Help you identify and assess stress levels associated with:
A) Your current challenges in relation to your caregivers’ role.
B) Your current challenges in relation to your person-in-care needs.

II – Help you develop an individualized and measurable action plan that:
A) Establishes concrete steps to start addressing your issues of concern related to your caregiver’s role and your person-in-care needs.
B) Facilitates the beginning process for start addressing your issues of concern related to your caregiver’s role and your person-in-care needs.

Main Topics
I – CAREGIVER NEEDS.
II – PERSON-IN-CARE NEEDS.
III – PROFESSIONAL- COMMUNITY RESOURCES.
IV – PERSONALIZED AND MEASURABLE ACTION PLAN.

About Sheila Ross, MEd
Sheila has Masters of Education in Counseling. She has worked with people with disabilities, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 27 years. Her work has been done in a variety of different settings such as daycares, schools, hospitals, group homes, community agencies and private practice. She has provided educational workshops and groups, as well as one to one work.

About Oscar
Oscar is a registered social worker. He has worked with children, youth and adults with a wide range of special needs, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 25 years. His work has taken place in a variety of social services. Oscar’s support to his clients has focused on counseling, coaching and community living support.

For More Information and Registration
Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW
*Registered Social Worker # 9872
*Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
250-216-1983

# 4: RELATIONSHIPS & BOUNDARIES WORKSHOP
Presented By Sheila Ross, MEd and Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW

Description
A) Relationships & Boundaries Workshop relevant for people with developmental disabilities ages (14 to 18), (19 to 35) and (36 and older).
B) Focuses on skill development.
C) 9 total hours divided in 6 consecutive weeks & 1 session per week & each session is 1 ½ hours.

* Individual counseling is also available.

Next Session
September 27 To November 1
Tuesdays from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

Fee
$ 120.00

Workshop Objectives
I – Learn more about the many relationships that are in your lives.
II – Discriminate the different degrees of intimacy in your existing relationships.
III – Learn how to adapt your behavior according to the different degrees of intimacy in your existing relationships.
IV – Learn how to protect against potentially dangerous situations.

Main Topics
I – DIFFERENT TYPES OF RELATIONSHIPS.
II – SIX DECIDING FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN RELATIONSHIPS.
III – BOUNDARIES: DIFFERENT LEVELS OF TOUCH, TALK AND TRUST.
IV – TYPES OF STRANGERS.

About Sheila Ross, MEd
Sheila has Masters of Education in Counseling. She has worked with people with disabilities, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 27 years. Her work has been done in a variety of different settings such as daycares, schools, hospitals, group homes, community agencies and private practice. She has provided educational workshops and groups, as well as one to one work.

About Oscar
Oscar is a registered social worker. He has worked with children, youth and adults with a wide range of special needs, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 25 years. His work has taken place in a variety of social services. Oscar’s support to his clients has focused on counseling, coaching and community living support.

For More Information and Registration
Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW
*Registered Social Worker # 9872
*Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
250-216-1983

# 5: DATE SMART WORKSHOP
Presented By Sheila Ross, MEd and Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW

Description
A) Date Smart Workshop relevant for people with developmental disabilities ages (16 to 24), (25 to 40) and (41 and older).
B) Focuses on skill development.
C) 9 total hours divided in 6 consecutive weeks & 1 session per week & each session is 1 ½ hours.

*Individual counselling is also available

Next Session
September 29 To November 3
Thursdays from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

Fee
$120.00

Workshop Objectives
Learn more about:
I – An intimate relationship with a partner.
II – How to choose a partner.
III – How to build and maintain a relationship with or without sex.
IV – Things that can hurt or end a relationship.

Main Topics
I – DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FRIEND AND SPECIAL FRIEND.
II – ATTRACTION: LOOKS AND PERSONALITY.
III – COMMUNICATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION STRATEGIES.
IV – IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SAFE SEX.

About Sheila Ross, MEd
Sheila has Masters of Education in Counseling. She has worked with people with disabilities, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 27 years. Her work has been done in a variety of different settings such as daycares, schools, hospitals, group homes, community agencies and private practice. She has provided educational workshops and groups, as well as one to one work.

About Oscar
Oscar is a registered social worker. He has worked with children, youth and adults with a wide range of special needs, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 25 years. His work has taken place in a variety of social services. Oscar’s support to his clients has focused on counseling, coaching and community living support.

For More Information and Registration
Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW
*Registered Social Worker # 9872
*Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
250-216-1983

# 6: TEENS TALK WORKSHOP
Presented By Julie Green, MEd, CCC and Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW

Description
A) We invite teens 13 to 17 years old to talk about things that matter to them.
B) Each week focuses on a specific topic.
C) 4 consecutive weeks & 1 session per week & each session is 1 ½ hours.
D) Teens can choose to attend all 4 sessions or as many as they want.

* Individual counseling is also available.

Next Session
October 11 to November 1
Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Fee
$ 50.00 for all 4 sessions.
$ 15.00 for each individual session.

Workshop Oobjectives
A) Teens Talk Workshop provides youth 13-17 the opportunity to talk about important topics related to growing up that often don’t get openly discussed.
B) Teens Talk Workshop is about encouraging teens learn by hearing themselves and others express their ideas freely, while receiving relevant information from group facilitators.
C) The Teens Talk Workshop group facilitators believe that teens know and understand more than some adults give them credit for.
D) When you attend this interactive, fun and informative workshop you will have the opportunity to meet new people and share your thoughts and experiences in a safe and confidential environment.

Main Topics
WEEK 1: GROWING UP.
WEEK 2: FAMILY & SCHOOL.
WEEK 3: PEERS.
WEEK 4: RISKY STUFF.

About Julie Green, MEd, CCC
Julie is an enthusiastic and skilled counsellor and group facilitator, who has been working with youth and families for the past 20+ years in a variety of settings. I realize today’s youth have more challenges and opportunities than in the past because of the multi-media world we now live in. For example, some people experience a greater sense of isolation- even though they can talk to and text people on Facebook, Chat Rooms, MSM, Twitter, etc. My hope is this Teens Talk Workshop will provide you with the special opportunity to meet people like yourself, who want to talk about important things, in a safe and confidential setting.

About Oscar
Oscar is a registered social worker. He has worked with children, youth and adults with a wide range of special needs, their families, caregivers and staff for the past 25 years. His work has taken place in a variety of social services. Oscar’s support to his clients has focused on counselling, coaching and community living support.

For More Information and Registration
Oscar Trad-Pizarro, BSW & Psych Min, RSW
*Registered Social Worker # 9872
*Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
250-216-1983

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