Online Wellness & Resiliency Programming

Learn wellness and resiliency practices at your own pace.

Each of our resiliency modules explores a theme related to emotional well-being. This includes building a foundation of what well-being is, exploring related science, and introducing practices to observe thoughts and emotions. 

Participants can learn at their own pace through live webinars or recordings, and a copy of the presentations will be made available for two weeks after each module.

Simple, guided practices are provided each week, and participants are encouraged to investigate and integrate them into daily life during and following the course.   

Available Courses:

  • Making Sense of Feeling Out of Control: How and Why You Are Healthier Than You Think
  • Overcoming and Preventing Compassion Fatigue: The Compassion Paradox
  • Increasing Self-Compassion: Caring for the One Who Cares for Others
  • Unhooking from Negative Thought Patterns: Taming and Befriending Your Thoughts
  • Eight Scientifically Proven Ways to Enhance Your Overall Health and Wellbeing
  • Navigating Emotions: How to Remain Centered when Emotions Feel Overwhelming
  • Tools for Managing Challenging Calls

Who is it for?

This course is well suited for participants with little or no experience with mindfulness, as well as those wishing to deepen an existing practice. It is ideal for individuals interested in learning new life skills to support mental health and well-being through a flexible, accessible online learning format.

Group rates are available for organizations wishing to provide a flexible online course to their staff teams.

The Facilitator

This session is led by professionals with varied backgrounds in counselling, psychology and adult education. 


“Since taking this course, I have been starting and ending each work day with a practice we learned, and this has lowered my stress considerably.”  – Alcohol and Drug Counsellor, Vancouver, BC

Additional Information

We offer live delivered sessions for organizations for each of these modules.

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Our Impact The topic and word "suicide" is not so scary after taking a training from the Crisis Centre of BC. I'm grateful to have been here today, and am hopeful that I can help people in the future. safeTALK participant, Agassiz