Groups

Valoris offers various support groups year round. For more information regarding our programs or to register, please call us at 1 800 675-6168. Spaces are limited in each group and registrations will be done based on request date.


For Women
Au féminin
 
 

For Women is a program created to help women overcome the consequences related to violence and abuse and to help them reorganize their lives. This group provides support, information regarding the different types of abuse, advice to help women take control of their lives and the opportunity to build a support network.

For Women group schedule


Between Us

Entre Nous

 

This program offers support groups for family violence witnesses: a support group for children between the ages of 7 and 11; a group for youth between the ages 12 and 15; and a group for the mothers (offered simultaneously with the children), so they can learn to support their children. Mothers whose children refuse to join the program can still attend group sessions to get advice on how to support their children. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times (mother or other).

Between Us group schedule


FOCUS

FOCUS

 

FOCUS is a specialized educational/group counseling program for men and women who have been physically violent, emotionally abusive or controlling towards a spouse or intimate partner. In Ontario, the program is also available for people who recognize their abusive behavior.

FOCUS group schedule


Triple P

Triple P logo english

 

What is Triple P?

The Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) is a learning and parenting skills development program aimed at promoting positive relationships between parents and their children and/or teenagers.

Triple P allows parents to learn effective parenting tools to deal with the behaviour problems they may have with their children and\or teenagers.

Triple P:

  • recognizes the difficulties of being a parent;
  • concentrates on the parent-child relationships;
  • is offered in group sessions;
  • can also be offered individually.

Triple P aims to:

  • offer support and advice to parents;
  • encourage positive behaviours;
  • increase the ability and confidence of parents in dealing with the education of their children and teenagers;
  • improve parental abilities in managing difficult behaviours;
  • reduce stress related to parenting;
  • offer practical tools for educating children and adolescents.

Triple P will help parents:

  • increase their confidence in parenting;
  • have a better communication and relationship with the children or teenagers;
  • develop deeper understanding of their children or teenager;
  • improve family unity.

Triple P group schedule