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Workshops for Everyone

A Simple Guide To 

Setting Healthy Boundaries

Monday ​​November 9, 2020​

5-6pm PST / 8-9pm EST
Online via Zoom


Do you have a tough time saying 'no'? Do you struggle to effectively communicate your needs, wants and desires to others?


Setting clear and healthy boundaries can increase your ability to get your needs met, maintain your self-respect, and take better care of yourself and others.


In this 1 hour workshop, I'll walk you through a simple and effective step-by-step guide on how to determine what your boundaries are, how to communicate them effectively to those around you, and how to stick to them if you receive pushback.


Want to join but can't make that time? Not to worry, all registrants will receive a recording of the live workshop that you can watch at a time that works for you. You can even send your questions in ahead of time via email so you won't miss out on the Q&A!


Registration $49
$29 Early Bird (until Nov. 9th)

Facilitated by: Alice Curitz, MA RCC CCC

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Workshops for Professionals

More Than Just A 'Safe Space': How To Make Your Practice LGBTQ2S+ Inclusive​

Wednesday ​​November 18, 2020​

10-11.30am PST / 1-2.30pm EST

Online via Zoom


Registration $79 

$49 Early Bird (until Oct. 18th)

A workshop for Counsellors, Psychologists and other Clinicians.


This online workshop will take place via Zoom and will cover:

-Understanding less commonly understood LGBTQ2S+ terms and the intersections of marginalization and celebration within the LGBTQ2S+ community

-How unintentionally gendered and heteronormative language in your website, forms, and interactions impacts queer, transgender and polyamorous clients (and what do to about it)

-How to best support your LGBTQ2S+ clients and their families

-How to take your allyship to the next level

-Live Q&A


Earn 1.0 CE (CCPA)


Facilitator: Alice Curitz, MA RCC CCC

Alice (she/her) is a queer counsellor with over ten years of experience leading workshops on LGBTQ2S+ issues and helping clinicians and other professionals build true inclusivity in their workplaces. She focuses her counselling practice on working with LGBTQ2S+ and neurodiverse folks, working with individuals, couples and partners in the areas of relationships, sex, intimacy, gender and sexuality. Alice lives, works and plays on the unceded traditional territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nation.




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