Category Archives: Events

Building Resiliency During a Pandemic, Presented by Heather Bach

Posted on January 12, 2021

Canadian Mortgage Association BC is hosting a series lead by expert speakers on the topic of mental health. We are excited to announce that Bach Counselling will be a part of this series. Our clinical director, Heather Bach, will be speaking on January 18, 2020 (Monday) at 3:00 pm.

Now in the dead of winter, it is more important than ever to be self-aware. The current COVID-19 pandemic and its repercussions have undoubtedly added to the usual stress factors for you, your colleagues, and those you hold closest, your family and friends. With this special webinar, we will address what some identifiers of stress, depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues look like and how you can get on top of them fast! Register now by clicking on this link.

Stressed Out: Strategies to move beyond stress

Posted on June 5, 2018

Cameron Gibson is speaking at our local high schools helping youth deal with stress! Cameron has spoken about mindfulness and the strategies to move beyond stress at Carson Graham Secondary and West Vancouver Secondary School.

Date: January 9th/2018 and June 5th/2018

If you’d like Cameron to speak at your school contact us: info@bachcounselling.com/ 604-904-0898

Mindfulness: How Can It Help Me?

Posted on December 20, 2017

Cameron Gibson, part of the BCG counselling team, speaks on Youth & Mindfulness at the Hope Centre’s Mental Health Breakfast on Jan 12th. In his presentation, Cameron Gibson will explain the neuroscience behind mindfulness, and the effects of stress and the stress responses. He will review relevant and recent research showing the health benefits of mindfulness in everyday life for children, youth, and adults. Furthermore, Cameron will present research showing the effectiveness of mindfulness in treating mental health diagnoses like anxiety depression, ADHD and eating disorders.

Cameron will illustrate the process of using mindfulness and invite the audience to participate with techniques using breathe, the body scan, and bringing attention to thoughts, sensations and feelings. He will discuss different types of mindfulness applications to be used in daily life, and approaches for those struggling with anxiety. Cameron will conclude with research highlighting the prevalence of anxiety in children, and functional tools for parents helping their children more effectively cope with anxiety.

Cameron Gibson is a mental health counsellor here on the North Shore with the Bach Counselling Group. He treats youth and young adults dealing with anxiety, depression, developmental disabilities, and ADHD. Cameron’s family immigrated to Canada from Scotland at the age of six, settling in Campbell River on Vancouver Island. After his work on fish farms outside of Gold River in his early twenties, Cameron decided to combine his passion for skateboarding with his interest in mentoring youth. He taught skateboarding to at risk and developmentally disabled youth. For eight years Cameron has worked with non-profit organizations, applied behavioral analysis youth residence and the Vancouver School Board. More recently he joined the Bach Counselling Group and the Broadway Youth Resource Centre while finishing his graduate work in Counselling Psychology. Cameron practices Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and brings his training in this evidence-based method with great success to youth and young adults who need anxiety disorder help. With this training MBSR has become integral to his work with clients.

For Questions and/or an appointment, book on our website or Cameron can be reached at:

bachcounselling.com/604 904-0898

cgibsonbcg@gmail.com

Location: The Hope Centre, 1337 St. Andrews Ave, NV
Date: Jan 12th at 8am

Mindfulness for Youth – 6 Week Workshop

Posted on July 20, 2017

Mindfulness for Youth Program

Mindfulness for Youth  – 6 Week Workshop

Is your child experiencing anxiety and stress?
Could they benefit from better concentration?
Are they struggling with overwhelm and frustration?

Mindfulness can help alleviate these symptoms.

Teens experience the most stress and anxiety at back-to-school time. This fall, equip your teen with skills for success!

Our popular, interactive 6-series workshop will be offered from January 30th – March 6th from 6:30 to 8pm at Delbrook Rec Centre.

This 6-part workshop will explain how our brains work when we are stressed and learn practical tips for managing anxiety, fear and upset. A mindfulness practice improves concentration and overall well-being.

Space is limited, must be ages 14-17  years old.

Please fill out the form below to register, or email bachcounsellingoffice@gmail.com.

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