Our Intake Counsellor is here to learn what you need and how we can support you.
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*Please review each group below for specific registration information.*
Group programs start dates are determined by enrollment numbers, so once you have been enrolled in a group, the facilitator will contact you to confirm the exact start dates.
The following list of Group programs are available now, virtually:
Thrive Parent Support Group
Join our counsellors Kim and Erin for a weekly free drop-in support group for North Shore parents and caregivers with children from birth to six years old, Thursdays 12:30-2:30pm via Zoom. Connect with other parents, and explore what you need to thrive as a parent. Click here for detailed information including date and time. The Parent Support Group is currently taking place virtually. Please click here to download a registration form for our virtual support group. Once you’ve completed the registration form, please return to as an electronic document or as an image to email@example.com
Parent Coffee Connect *NEW*
Thrive facilitators, Carol and Marlene, will lead a free weekly drop-in group for North Shore parents and caregivers with children from birth to six years old, on Wednesday mornings 10:00 – 11:30 via Zoom. We’ll share parenting tips and, together, create a safe and comfortable space to talk about the day to day challenges, highlights and adventures of parenting (and the added challenges of Parenting during COVID-19). To participate, click here to download a registration form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org as an electronic document or image.
Thrive Breastfeeding and Postpartum Support
Drop in for social connection, information, consultation, and support in an empowering atmosphere. Our Breastfeeding and Postpartum Support group is facilitated by a board-certified lactation consultant and on-site counsellor. If you are a new parent looking for this kind of support, please join us virtually. Click here to download a registration form for our virtual support group. Once you’ve completed the registration form, please return to as an electronic document or as an image to email@example.com
PROUD2BE Yourself drop-in groups for youth (virtual)
If you’re aged 16-24 and identify as queer, transgender, two-spirited, and/or questioning, please join us for this free, weekly drop-in group. You’ll connect with other North Shore and Metro Vancouver youth in a safe space, with discussions led by an experienced master’s level counsellor. Share your experiences, ask questions, and explore your identity among people who are here to support you. We meet virtually each week, via Zoom. To learn more, and receive the Zoom link, please email Hal, firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to you joining us.
PROUD2BE drop-in groups for parents (virtual)
Join other North Shore and Metro Vancouver parents of gender-diverse youth for safe, judgment-free discussions co-facilitated by two experienced counsellors. This free, weekly drop-in group is a welcoming place for you to connect, ask questions, and learn more about how to support your child. In response to government recommendations and direction from health officials relative to COVID-19 and social distancing, the Parents of Gender Diverse Youth Support Group is currently taking place virtually. We meet via Zoom on Tuesday evenings from 6:00-8:00pm. To learn more, and receive the Zoom link, please email email@example.com We look forward to you joining us.
If you’ve experienced the loss of a loved one, this safe and nurturing group provides guidance to help you through the grieving process. Please contact our Program Manager, Robin Rivers, at 604-988-5281 ext. 354 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The following programs will resume in accordance with direction from government and health officials relative to COVID-19.
Our Rebuilding Relationships group can help if you’ve negatively affected women in your life by using violence, anger, any type of abuse, or controlling behaviors. This group is for men who are committed to changing their behavior and improving their relationships.
If you’re a dad who has negatively affected children in your life by using violence, anger, any type of abuse, or controlling behaviours, and you’re committed to changing your behaviour and improving your relationships, our Caring Dads group can help you.