Tri-City Transitions offers counselling and groups for adults who have experienced sexual assault, relationship or childhood abuse.
Please note: Not all groups run year-round. Call the main office at 604-941-7111 to find out about dates, times, and registration information.
Check out our Adult support services and programs:
Our support programs provide a place of safety, respect and empowerment.
Stopping the Violence coaches use a psychoeducational coaching model to offer support to women who have experienced violence and/or sexual abuse. Coaches support clients in their journey towards greater resiliency and self-efficacy as they invite the learning and integration of new skill sets designed to empower clients as they learn to heal from trauma, move forward, and break the cycle of abuse.
Using Trauma-Informed Practice as the lens from which we offer services, clients are invited to join one of the many workshops and groups designed to promote healing, through greater understanding and empowerment.
By learning respectful relationship models, strategies to heal from past and present trauma, and enhancing their knowledge and proficiency in skill sets that build respectful relationships, coaches offer clients a safe and supportive environment in which to grow their resiliency and empower themselves in moving forward, and away from abusive cycles and violent or unhealthy relationships.
Program services are delivered to anyone who self-identifies as a woman, in a manner that respects each woman’s individual rights, unique journey, safety and human dignity, regardless of economic status, gender, age, race cultural or ethnic origins, physical or mental ability or sexuality.
We believe that WE all want to be in relationships in healthy ways and that all forms of unhealthy behaviours will hurt a relationship; and We believe that all behaviour is personal choice and personal responsibility. We all have a shared level of value, deservedness, capacity, worth and potential; and Change is possible. MenTOR offers effective support, education and opportunity in a group setting which provides a safe place for men to be open, take personal responsibility for their choices and shift their behaviours. The next group begins on March 10 @ 402 -2071 Kingsway Ave., Port Coquitlam, call: 604 941-7111 or email to enroll
The Women’s Empowerment Group essentially focuses on self-esteem and skill building in order to help participants build upon strengths and develop resiliency and independence.
Psychoeducational instructions, experiential learning, art therapy, and group discussions are examples of methodology used to cover a variety of topics , such as: communication, relationships, anger management, boundaries, coping strategies, stress management, self compassion, etc.