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Thrive Learning Centre

Thrive Learning Centre fosters a safe, supportive and inclusive environment that is open to everyone and aims to engage participants in meaningful discussion around each topic area that we cover. While providing education, the focus of our workshops is to collaborate with people who have lived experience and an understanding of life’s challenges. Our goal is to help anyone who wants to gain support to improve their overall well-being, recognize and develop their own resourcefulness and truly Thrive!

Admission is free!

Register using the online form or contact Vince at: or (250) 493-8999.

Individuals under 19 require caregiver consent.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Check out what you can attend in May and June!


Manifesting Mindfulness

Date: Friday May 24th

Time: 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Location: Online via Zoom

With our busy lives and all the information our brains receive, being present with what we are experiencing and feeling in the moment can be difficult. Mindfulness is an attribute that every individual possesses and can manifest in any part of our day whether walking, eating, driving, or resting. Through this workshop we will look at the ways mindfulness can support our wellbeing by reducing stress, increasing awareness and enjoyment, and helping us thrive!

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Peer Support and Group Facilitation

Date: Monday June 10th

Time: 10:00am-12:00pm

Location: Canadian Mental Health Association Main Street 103-1873 Main Street

This workshop was created to support those who want to support others and aims to generate meaningful discussion on the most important points of peer support and group facilitation.

The session includes education on the importance of maintaining boundaries and awareness of our intentions for sharing personal experiences. There is also a focus on confidentiality and understanding its limitations as well as managing different behaviours that may occur in a group setting.

This workshop is for anyone whose passion is to help others including professionals, support workers, caregivers and individuals taking on a peer support role. The vision for this session is that both those with experience and those who are beginning their journey as helpers can come together to share ideas and support each other.

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