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Preparing You and Your Family to Spring Forward

by Charmaine McIntosh | on March 11, 2016

It can sometimes be difficult to adjust to the time change when the clock ‘springs’ forward or ‘falls’ backward.  In the spring we lose an hour of sleep, and this can have an effect on us.  Here are a few tips, for you and your children, to help adjust and sleep better.
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March Break 2016

by Charmaine McIntosh | on March 10, 2016

March Break 2016
It can be challenging to find fun ways to entertain your children over the March Break.  If you are looking for activities to do with your children, there are events such as scavenger hunt, skating, maple syrup festival, camps, art classes and much more.  Check out these website.
Toronto  http://www.toronto4kids.com/Calendar/
Mississauga  http://mississaugakids.com/march-break-in-mississauga/
Brampton  http://www.brampton.ca/EN/residents/recreational-Activities/Pages/March-Break.aspx
Ottawa  https://www.ottawatourism.ca/ottawa-insider/march-break-activities/
Hamilton  http://tourismhamilton.com/events/events.php?sub=*March%20Break
Sudbury  http://www.greatersudbury.ca/living/newsroom/newsreleases/march-break-activities-hosted-by-the-city-of-greater-sudbury/
Sarnia  http://www.theobserver.ca/2010/03/12/march-break-events-offered-around-sarnia-lambton
Windsor  http://www.ourwindsor.ca/community-story/5467865-make-the-most-of-march-break-2015-in-windsor-essex/
Barrie  http://www.tourismbarrie.com/festivals-events/march-break

We hope you have a wonderful time and enjoy your March Break!






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Steven J. Stein

by Charmaine McIntosh | on March 01, 2016

Steve Stein died on February 25, 2016.  He was a licensed clinical profesional counsellor and marriage and family therapist.  Steve was a past president and Diplomate of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP).  I met Steve when I attended a NASAP COR meeting, and I also attended his presentation at the 2015 NASAP conference. He was a very nice person and a wonderful presenter.  Steve had planned on presenting at the ONSAP conference in 2014, but was unable to do so because of another leadership commitment in NASAP.  Steve was recently awarded the NASAP Lifetime Achievement Award. Steve will be missed. Read More 
See Steve at an interview






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