Social Wellness
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Social Wellness

Social Wellness

Our social wellness component aims to enhance mental fitness including stress management, anger management, suicide awareness, healthy interpersonal communications and family violence awareness and prevention. 
 
Core Programs

Stress: Take Charge! 
Stress is a common issue that people face! This helpful, engaging course will help you develop positive coping skills for effectively managing stress.

Mental Fitness and Suicide Awareness (MFSA) Supervisors Training (MITE Code)
MFSA has been designed specifically for CAF personnel in supervisor positions. The goal of this course is to help you gain resiliency skills to stay mentally fit and also to learn the skills needed to help others who have a risk of suicide.
*MITE Code awarded upon completion
DEC 16 (0800-1600) & DEC 17 (0800-1200)
(DEC courses include both sessions)


Mental Fitness and Suicide Awareness (MFSA) General Training 
This general course is for anyone who wants to gain resiliency skills to stay mentally fit and want to learn the skills needed to help others who have a risk of suicide.

Inter-Comm (Interpersonal Communication)
Communication is an important part of our daily lives and something we can all work on! This course will help you reflect on your own communication style and build new skills to deal with conflict and to improve communication in your personal relationships. This is beneficial for CAF personnel and their family members.

Managing Angry Moments (MAM)
Anger is something we all feel at various times in our lives. This course will help participants to use anger in a constructive and healthy manner. It will a lso help participants gain a better understanding of their relationship with anger.
NOV 7, 14, 21 (0800-1200) (Course includes all 3 sessions)

To register call 306 694-2222 ext 5326 or
email 15WgHealthPromotion@forces.gc.ca. 


Local and Regional Resources 
Adult Workshops & Drop In Support
Local Community Programs
Internet Based Cognitive Therapy
Canadian Mental Health Association
HealthLine 811