Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this workshop will be held online via your computer.
This workshop will take place on Google Meet; if you registered, you were sent further details by email.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 514-486-1448 with any questions.
Emotional Regulation refers to the way we deal with feelings like frustration, rage, anxiety or low mood.
In this workshop, you will learn a few strategies to help manage strong emotions in challenging situations. We will also explore together the role that emotion regulation plays in our day to day life and with our loved ones.
This workshop is for people who care about someone who has borderline personality disorder (BPD) or has difficulty regulating their emotions, AND for people who have BPD or have difficulty regulating emotions. You can attend with or without your family members. This workshop is for people who are 18+.
This workshop requires participants to have their camera on. When a workshop relies on interaction, and especially when shared experiences may be difficult or painful, a safe space is of great importance. The participation with cameras supports a safe space; when someone refuses to be on camera it may suggest they themselves don’t feel safe, and this is likely to affect the group. For this reason, if you do not have a camera or if you would rather not have your camera on, unfortunately, you won’t be able to attend this workshop.
You do not need to have participated in any other workshops to attend.
Sunday, June 5, 2022 FULL
With Sylvie Bouchard and Carl-Olivier Riambon
Online via Google Meet