We’re thrilled to be able to promote this offering, being presented by one of our Master of Counselling graduates.
The Stress and Joy of Immigration
Presented by Suzana Dujmic, MC, RCC
Join us for the second session of the 2015 Skills for Mindful Living Series – an ongoing series of free, educational workshops designed to provide opportunities to the North Shore community to develop healthy strategies for living and skills to enhance family relations.
When: Thursday, Feb 26, 2015
Where: Cedar Room, West Vancouver Community Centre
2121 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
Time: 7:00 – 8:30pm
The Stress and Joy of Immigration: What pre and post settlement experience can offer you here and now?
PTSD, depression and other psychological problems are common among people exposed to war trauma, economic hardship, and oppressive political regimes (STRESS). However, closer exploration of immigrants’ lived experiences and the stories they tell themselves in the process of creating new belonging can illuminate the JOY they share when they find meaningfulness in their new community. While addressing the emotional trauma and stress that many immigrants endure – prior to and post the settlement process, this presentation will focus on the potential for growth resulting from challenging events.
Suzana Dujmic MC, RCC is a Social Worker and Register Clinical Counsellor who has fostered healthy relationships in both public and private sectors for over 15 years. Suzana obtained her Master’s Degree in Counselling from City University of Seattle (Vancouver, BC Campus). As a counsellor in private practice, Suzana works with youth, individuals, couples and families across diverse origins and socioeconomic status. Suzana’s knowledge, world view, lived experience and passion for connecting with and meeting people where they are at makes her approach to helping unique and powerfully effective.
Registration is strongly encouraged
BC Association of Clinical Counsellors