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    Dec 29 2020

    RE-LAUNCH: Pandemic-Proof Ways to Excel This Semester

    Our weekly gathering will support you in increasing your coping strategies and skills to stay on track this semester. We’ll be offering tips and strategies while we work together to make this semester better even during a...


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    Dec 15 2020

    Ask Heather – Meditation

    Mindfulness meditation is backed by science and it is such a great resource that is often overlooked when it comes to treating...


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    Nov 25 2020

    COVID-19 Anxiety

    Now more than ever we need to look after our mental health. So, if some days you feel fine and the next you don’t – know that it’s completely normal to feel uneasy....


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    Oct 16 2020

    Back to School Transition? Tips for you!

    This new normal has parents confused as to whether this is the correct step forward for them and their family. Each family is dealing with their own response and the diversity within their own...


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    Counselling & Psychotherapy
    Sep 19 2020

    Preparing for Online Counselling

    Given the current outbreak of COVID-19, we are providing secured online counselling to ensure your counselling is consistent and safe for you, your family and our...


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    Sep 10 2020

    5 Ways to Boost Your Resiliency

    To say these times are challenging is an understatement. We are facing the complexity of a pandemic, political unrest, socio-economic uncertainty, and a diverse set of other related stressors all at the same...


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    May 14 2020

    Keeping Your Healthy Mind In The Right Place

    Anxiety and stress are natural and healthy responses to uncertainty and perceived danger; there is no reason to be \"alarmed\" about feeling...


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    May 02 2020

    Parenting Kids During A Pandemic – COVID-19

    Parenting can be challenging at the best of times and now, many parents are finding themselves at home, working remotely and attempting to parent and school their children all at the same...


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    Counselling & Psychotherapy
    Apr 27 2020

    Free Counselling Application for COVID-19 Healthcare Workers

    The Bach Counselling Group has provided evidence-based counselling and mental health support in the community for over 25 years. In response to COVID-19, we are providing practical support to individuals and families in British Columbia on the...


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    Counselling & Psychotherapy
    Mar 28 2020

    Taking Care of Your Emotional Health

    To maintain your emotional health, remember to recognise and accept your emotions - in this way, you are helping yourself cope in hard...


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    Jan 17 2020

    Healthy Mindful Parent, Healthy Mindful Child?

    Here are 7 tips that will help reduce the stress and set you on your path towards being the mindful, calmer parent you always imagined you\'d be and can...


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    North Vancouver
    Dec 04 2019

    8 tips to eliminate Emotional Eating during the holidays

    Most emotional eaters dread the holiday season with its treats, food focused social events and hyper buffets. That\'s because food is the socially acceptable addiction, compulsion and even obsession. For emotional eaters, this can make the holidays...


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    North Vancouver
    Sep 19 2019

    Returning to School With Hope and a Little Dread? You’re Not Alone.

    According to a 2018 American Psychological Association study, unhealthy levels of stress are on the rise and the ability of our youth to cope is declining. Close to half (42%) of our youth reported they didn\'t know how to cope with their stress....


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    Sep 17 2019

    5 Strategies for Anxiety Relief

    Here are some tools to help manage the uncomfortable sensations and thoughts that accompany...


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    Apr 12 2019

    6 tips for taking care of your relationship

    \"People who work on their relationships and stay in relationships are happier\", explains Dr. Waldinger in summarizing the Harvard Study of Adult Development that followed more than 700 men from 1938 until...


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    Bach Counselling
    Mar 29 2019

    7 Steps to Improve Your Sleep

    We all know that too often sleep either doesn\'t come easily, or for last long enough. A recent National Sleep Foundation pollfound that adults need an average of 7.5 - 8 hours sleep a night. That sounds lovely, but how often does that happen for...


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    Mar 05 2019

    8 Ways to Reconnect With Your Partner

    How do we nurture our relationships and stay with our partners? After over 20 years of working with individuals and couples, I see common patterns and themes of what contributes to a relationships destruction and what fosters satisfying one. One...


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    Bach Counselling
    Oct 16 2018

    4 Tips for parenting your child with ADHD

    Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common mental health conditions in children according to Statistics Canada. It is characterized by inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity, although these symptoms vary. ADHD...


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    Bach Counselling Group
    Aug 29 2018

    10 Tips On Healthy Mindful Separation

    You have decided to make the difficult step to separate. You\'ve decided to be mindful and collaborative in your separation. Now, how do you tell your children? Here are some sound guidelines to follow when speaking with your children about your...


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    Family counselling
    Jan 30 2018

    What Is Bowen Family Systems?

    Bowen family systems theory is a theory of human behavior that views the family as an emotional system where members are emotionally...


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    Dec 12 2016

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    We all know that too often sleep either doesn\'t come easily, or for last long enough. A recent National Sleep Foundation pollfound that adults need an average of 7.5 - 8 hours sleep a night. That sounds lovely, but how often does that happen for...


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