Community Kitchens in Burnaby

Location: Windsor Elementary School, 6166 Imperial Street, Burnaby BC

Starting on Thursday, January 24th to February 14th, 2019

Four sessions: Thursday mornings from 9:15am to 12:15pm

Childcare is available if needed

Spaces are limited.

To register: please contact Pat at pmcdavison@gmail.com or

Tel: 604-764-1358

This program is for parents.

For more information please click here

Community Kitchens in Burnaby

Location: Lochdale Elementary School, 6990 Aubrey Street, Burnaby BC

Starting on Wednesday, November 7th to November 28th, 2018

Four sessions: Wednesday mornings from 9:15am to 12:15pm

Childcare is available if needed

Spaces are limited.

To register: please contact Pat at pmcdavison@gmail.com or

Tel: 604-764-1358

This program is for parents.

For more information please click here

Community Kitchens – Food Skills for Families

Location: Windsor Elementary School, 6166 Imperial Street, Burnaby BC

Starting on Thursday, October 11th to November 15th, 2018

Six sessions: Thursday mornings from 9:15am to 12:15pm

Childcare is available if needed

Spaces are limited. A six-week commitment is required

To register: please contact Pat at pmcdavison@gmail.com or

Tel: 604-764-1358

This program is for parents.

For more information please click here

ESCAPE TO INDIA!

Escape to India! Charitable Fundraiser on September 22, 2018 from 12pm to 9pm

Escape to India! is a market featuring all things Indian under one roof. They will have a variety of Indian foods, drinks, handicrafts, clothing, music, performances, henna artists and much more. They will also have a 5* star BC winery and local brewery on-site.

Tickets are $5 and if purchased prior to the event, can be redeemed in product at the ‘Bollywood Boutique’ (one of many shops in the market). They recommend to reserve a table in advance if coming with a group and want to stay awhile.

Go eat, shop, and dance all the while supporting local charities like Cameray Child and Family Services!

Click here to see the flyer

TRAINING OPPORTUNITY: Emotional Regulation with Children & Youth: Building Your Toolbox

EMOTIONAL REGULATION WITH CHILDREN & YOUTH: BUILDING YOUR TOOLBOX

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, 2018

As neuroscience continues to reveal the importance of developing greater and greater capacities for emotional regulation, it is essential that clinicians understand the biology behind regulation and how to develop it within the children they work with.  This full day workshop is designed to help clinicians understand exactly what regulation is and is not, the biological mechanisms in the brain and nervous system allowing for regulation, and learn practical tools for developing a child’s regulatory capacity.  Clinicians will also learn what it takes and how to become the external regulator in the relationship- the most important tool to have in the toolbox.

In this workshop, Lisa makes the growing field of neuroscience accessible and relevant to clinicians of all backgrounds.  This workshop caters to both experienced and new clinicians, and is applicable to private practice, agency and school settings.  Clinicians will leave this workshop with a powerful new perspective on emotional regulation and ideas that they can take straight into their next session.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE DOWNLOAD OUR FLYER AND REGISTRATION FORM

EARLY BIRD RATE: Only $160 per person – lunch included

AFTER September 30th, 2018: $175 p.p.

Student Rate $120 p.p. (10 seats available)

Community Kitchens – Food Skills for Families

Location: Windsor Elementary School, 6166 Imperial Street, Burnaby BC

Starting on Tuesday, April 17th to Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Six sessions: Tuesday mornings from 9:15am to 12:30pm

Childcare is available if needed

Spaces are limited. A six-week commitment is required

To register: please contact Pat at pmcdavison@gmail.com or

Tel: 604-764-1358

This program is for parents.

For more information please click here – Flyer – Food Skills for Families (Windsor 2018)

Temporary Child and Family Counsellor

One Position Available – Child and Family Counsellor

  • 1 Temporary @ 35 hours/week until Dec 31, 2018
  • To provide long and short term counselling to children and their families
  • To work two evenings until 7:00 pm
  • To start April 23, 2018
Key Responsibility Area – Counselling with Children, Parents and Families
  • To function as part of a clinical team
  • To work with children using play/art therapy
  • To provide information and education regarding child development, including sexual and emotional development
Key Responsibility Area – Referral, Information and Consultation
  • To provide occasional crisis intervention to clients
  • To liaise with other agencies/professionals regarding clients for purposes of consultation or referral
Key Responsibility Area – Community Liaison/Advocacy
  • To advocate for and to co-ordinate client services with other agencies and professionals
  • To collaborate with MCF Social Workers on client goals/programs, such as ICM’s as required
Key Responsibility Area – Administration
  • Develop an appropriate treatment plan in conjunction with the client and conduct regular reviews of the treatment process
  • Maintain client files, recording client visits and key information
  • Prepare client progress reports
  • Complete all required data collection, including clinical stats
  • Submit time sheets and other information as required
  • Prepare education handout for parents, clients and community
Key Responsibility Area – Professional Development
  • Keep abreast of development in the fields of sexual abuse and trauma counselling
  • Attend specified workshops and conferences
  • Network with colleagues and other professionals in the field
Qualifications
  • M.S.W. or M.A. /M.Ed./Psychology
  • Minimum of two years clinical experience, including work with children and families
  • Training and experience in play therapy techniques, sexual abuse counselling and individual and family counselling
  • In depth knowledge of child development and sexual abuse dynamics
  • Knowledge of child protection and legal systems
  • Crisis intervention skills
  • Competence and comfort in working with diversity
  • Ability to work both independently and as a member of a professional team
  • Drivers License
Other:
  • This position is covered under a collective agreement
  • Cameray Child and Family Services is an equal opportunity employer
  • Successful applicants are subject to a criminal record check.  Notarized copy of degree(s) certification required
  • Must have access to a reliable car

Please email interest to mena.perrotta@cameray.ca by April 10, 2018

Sex and the Law: Teachings about Consent

Sex and the Law: Teachings about Consent

We are happy to announce that Cameray has successfully acquired funding for Jessica Wollen (certified sexual health educator and BC teacher) and the Burnaby School District to partner on delivering a program around the legal aspects of consent. Jessica is working with students to clarify what consent looks like, sounds like, and feels like – and the legal implications. The intention is preventing sexual assault before it occurs, and to foster healthy relationships between youth.

This Spring, Jessica is teaching in many secondary schools in Burnaby and New West. She is working collaboratively to develop a scope and sequence to support physical health education teachers in delivering the new physical and health education curriculum, which includes sexual health lessons and material.

If you are interested in this program coming to your school, contact office@shift-education.com

Jessica is one of the leading sexual health educators in this area in the Lower Mainland. To read more about her work, please visit www.shift-education.com