UPDATE: As of June 7, 2021, we have returned to in-person Counselling services at Sunshine League House, 27 King Street. Call us at 232-1116 to make an appointment with a screener or fill out our contact form. Click here to review our COVID-19 Safety Information prior to arriving for in-person services. We also deliver remote Counselling Services using telephone and online video conferencing, allowing us to stay as connected as possible with our clientele and to remain confidential.
Our Counselling Team are accepting calls from families in need of support. Call us at 232-1116.
Family Centre can help families with:
- Aggressive and/or Acting Out Behaviors
- Impulse Control
- Adjustment Challenges
- Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression
- Symptoms of Trauma
- Grief and Loss
- School Issues
- Family Relationships and Communication
- Behavior Management
- Anger Management and Conflict Resolution
- Life Skills (communication, organizational skills, time management, social skills, co-parenting)
- Family Centre’s Healthy Family Tips:
FC staff compiled a list of tips to help families stay healthy while sheltering in place and maintaining social distancing.
Click here to download our Healthy Family Tips.
- Celebrating Mental Health with Family Centre:
Family Centre wants to share healthy tips for the whole family for taking care of your mental health.
Celebrate Mental Health with us. We invite you to use these tips all year round!
Click here to access our healthy tips in celebration of World Mental Health Day.
- Self-Care During a Global Pandemic – Workbook for Adults:
Family Centre Sr. Community Support Worker, LaToya Bridgewater created this workbook for adults, focusing on Self-Care During a Global Pandemic. FC Community Team members, Leila Wadson, Deneca Zuill and Elizabeth Francis also contributed to this resource.
Click here to download: Self-Care During a Global Pandemic – Workbook by LaToya Bridgewater
- Emerge: Self-Care During COVID-19 – Workbook for Teenagers:
Family Centre Sr. Community Support Worker, LaToya Bridgewater created this workbook for teenagers, including activities for staying optimistic and hopeful, such as journaling, mediation and practicing gratitude.
Click here to download: Emerge: Self-Care For Teens During COVID-19 – Workbook by LaToya Bridgewater
- Breathing Exercises to help Adolescents Manage COVID-19 Anxiety:
Family Centre Sr. Community Support Worker, LaToya Bridgewater and her three daughters Makeda, Nazarah and Moriah created this calming video featuring breathing exercises and pointers for teens & adolescents coping with COVID-19 anxiety and uncertainty. We hope this helps you and the young people in your family to manage some of those feelings right now.
- Celebrating Wellness: 3 Tips for Coping with COVID-19:
Alisha Mecene, M.A., C.C.T.P, C.F.T.P., shares three tips on coping during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Mentally Healthy Bermuda:
Watch the replay of our live panel discussion and Q&A with mental health professionals from both the public and private sectors of Bermuda, including Family Centre’s own Senior Counsellor, Rishee Paschal, M.S. and Executive Director, Dr. Sandy De Silva, PsyD. Learn more at https://www.tfc.bm/mhpanel
- Click here to download a printable PDF of Mental Health Resources in Bermuda.
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