Donating and Paying
You can help lives and also receive a tax receipt Or you can write a cheque to Island Integrated Counselling Society, and mail it to: #306 – 285 Prideaux Street Nanaimo, B.C., V9R 2N2. A donation of $20 or more will be receipted for tax purposes.
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Do you wish to buy a copy(s) of the book What Momma Says about Grief? They are $15 each (no tax) and you need to pick it/them up from our office. Each purchase helps another client! Thank you!
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In this free one-hour seminar Bernie Dunning, a highly experienced Marriage and Family Therapist, will offer many practical tips on how to improve your (or others) efforts to blend families. Date: Thursday October 27, 2016 Time: Arrive between 5 and … Continue reading
Are you tired of experiencing anxiety, or know of someone who suffers from it? In this free one hour seminar Renée Bueckert will reveal practical steps to turn this ‘pest’ into a resource! Date: Thursday October 20, 2016 Time: Arrive … Continue reading
Ever wonder what the missing piece to enjoying a more rewarding and fulfilling life? Mary will reveal this during her free seminar that will begin at 6 p.m. Mary is a school teacher and guidance counsellor in School District 69 … Continue reading
Ending Dyslexia is a free seminar led by Marlene Lewis of Victoria. Marlene is committed to ending dyslexia. While her presentation will be of particular interest to parents of dyslexic children it will be useful for all. About Marlene: Marlene … Continue reading
Do you sometimes feel like pulling your hair out because you’re frustrated and/or angry? Would you like to learn how to turn this into a positive forward-moving courageous change in your life that actually improves your relationships? The next Frustrated … Continue reading
A little-known club has been happening in John Barsby Community School for the last two and a half years, initiated and funded by our agency. Called “Operation Generation” (seniors mentoring high-school students), this program once featured this cycle repair club … Continue reading