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Northern Clearinghouse: Rebuilding Your House of Self-Respect by Tom Wilken

Tom Wilken, author of Rebuilding Your House of Self-Respect has been raising awareness of male sexual abuse and assault for many years. As part of raising awareness Tom, in partnership with Thunder Bay Counselling Centre, has provided his book free of charge to any man who has experienced sexual abuse/assault, anyone supporting a male survivor and/or anyone who wants to learn about male sexual abuse/assault.

For your copy please direct your request to community@tbaycounselling.com and include your mailing address. Some conditions may apply.  

Effective Board Governance

Posted on September 9, 2014

This workshop focuses on how individual directors and boards as a whole can provide governance-based leadership and direction for human service organizations.

Thunder Bay Counselling Centre announces new Youth in Transition Program on Children and Youth in Care Day.  

Community Counselling Centre of Nipissing, Muskoka-Perry Sound Community Mental Health - B'saanibamaadsiwin-Aboriginal Program and Thunder Bay Counselling Centre held a media event to announce their partnership to develop a comprehensive strategy for Postpartum Mood Disorder (PPMD) for Northern Ontario

Great Billboard Rescue

Posted on April 29, 2014

Thunder Bay Couunselling Centre is participating in The 22nd Annual Great Billboard Rescue!

 

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Thunder Bay Counselling Centre enhances support services for victims in the region.  In an effort to strengthen victim services in the Thunder Bay area, Thunder Bay Counselling Centre and partners are proud to host Taking Action:  Surviving Victimization and Reclaiming Self, a helping professionals workshop in recognition of National Victims of Crime Awareness Week.

Make a 'U-Turn' in the Right Direction

Posted on March 18, 2014

Thunder Bay Network Encourages Youth to Take Control of their Lives and Make a 'U-Turn' in the Right Direction.  "If you are ready to talk, we are ready to listen" was the message three Thunder Bay agencies are expressing to youth in the community. 

In recognition of National Victims of Crime Awareness Week, Thunder Bay Counselling Centre will be hosting a workshop for helping professions with Catherine Hajnal, PhD.  Catherine's workshop is entitled 'Taking Action:  Surviving Victimization and Reclaiming Self' and is inspired by the work of Brene Brown.

After providing services to local families for 48 years, Thunder Bay Counselling Centre is giving its female clients a brand of their own.  Thunder Bay Counselling Centre for Women was launched today; a new branch that is focused on enhancing outreach, services and supports to women in Thunder Bay.

Registration is Now Open!

Posted on February 25, 2014

Thunder Bay Counselling Centre, through a sponsorship from the Department of Justice, will be hosting "Taking Action:  Surviving Victimization and Reclaiming Self" with Catherine Hajnal, PhD, on Wednesday, April 9, 2014.

Options to Manage Debt

Posted on January 23, 2014

CTV’s Chief Financial Commentator Patricia Lovett-Reid spoke on Canada AM this morning about options to manage debt, including getting help to manage your debt. 

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