Resources - Wellness Centre Resources

The Wellness Centre – located at NWSS – offers students, staff and the community a breadth of resources and support. That may include offerings like workshops, counselling access or brochures and tools to help address mental and physical health issues.

We’ve curated a collection here of tips, resources and links to past sessions offered. We hope you find the content here helpful!

(Are there topics you’d like to see more resources on? Let us know at wellness@sd40.bc.ca)

 


Past workshops and presentations

You and Your Youth – In this three part series, Dr. Saira looks at how parents can better support their teenagers:

  1. Is this normal? An exploration of the teenage brain.
  2. Am I invisible? Keeping your teen connected to the family.
  3. Strategies to Support Your Ambitious Teenager

 

Resources that may help

We know there’s a wide range of topics you may feel like you need more support on. We encourage you to come and connect with our team at the Wellness Centre, or with a counsellor at your school. But to help give you a few places to start, we wanted to share some resources and tips to support your journey on the topics we hear students and parents asking for most.

(Coming soon!)

Highlights at New Westminster School District 40

Understanding and opportunities: the diversity and inclusion review

Understanding and opportunities: the diversity and inclusion review

Key findings and recommendations from our justice, equity, diversity and inclusion consultants. more

Good Things are Happening: 2020-21 in review

Good Things are Happening: 2020-21 in review

It was a remarkable year, to say the least. Take a few minutes to see all we were able to achieve together. more

Outdoor Covered Play and Learning Centres at four schools

Outdoor Covered Play and Learning Centres at four schools

These new spaces are immediately providing students and staff greater ability to learn outside ... and they're a great long-term investment in supporting our schools. more

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