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For workshops dedicated to seniors experiencing abuse, please go to Seniors and Caregivers Support Program

Challenge of Anger Workshop
Healing with Music
I Dream to Be....

Challenge of Anger Workshop

Family Service Toronto’s Violence Against Women Program (Family Violence and Community Support Unit), is offering a Seven Session Education Workshop for all women interested in learning more about anger and its impact on family relationships. Sessions will explore a range of ways ANGER is experienced, stored and expressed: PLUS investigate assertive, non-violent ways to process and release it.

Date: Wednesday, April 13 - May 25, 2016
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.

Location: Scarborough

For more information and registration please call Service Access Unit at 416.595.9618.

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Healing with Music 

Moving on in our lives; Expressing movement through sound. A Group for Women of all ages

  • Express yourself in a supportive environment.
  • Learn how to improvise with rhythm and melody.
  • Develop skills that allow your voice to emerge.
  • Find the musical expression that fits you best.

Choose from a variety of drums and shakers or bring your own instruments.

Date: last Thursday of each month starting
2:00-4:00pm (with the exception of the Oct. 29 session which runs from 1 to 3 pm)

No fee.

Pre-Registration required
Please call Family Service Toronto’s Service Access Unit at 416-595-9618

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I Dream to....

Family Service Toronto Violence Against Women Program is offering a self-care group for women who are survivors of trauma.

In this free 10-week group, women will use arts, crafts and learn wellness tips and techniques that they can use at home. Art supplies will be provided. No previous art experience necessary.

When: To be announced
Location: Scarborough office Pre-Registration required.

Please call Family Service Toronto’s Service Access Unit at 416-595-9618 to register. There will be a pre-group meeting with the facilitators.

The location is wheelchair accessible.
Refreshments will be provided. Child Care subsidy and TTC tokens available if needed.
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