John will be speaking about the components and services that the BCBH delivers provincially, as well as resources that are available in our region. John share on some of the organization's work with bereaved individuals and the impact of bereavement in the workplace. Learn about the positive impact BCBH's group support model is having on bereaved individuals, and what businesses can do to support grieving employees.
This Speaker Series Luncheon is open to the general public, as well as Chamber members, at a special ticket price of $33.00 plus gst.
The Luncheon will begin at 11:30 am with an opportunity to network, tea and coffee provided. The presentation and luncheon will begin promptly at noon. Click the REGISTER NOW button above to purchase tickets online or contact the Chamber at 250.748.1111 to book over the phone.
About John Dubé: John is a registered social worker and a registered clinical counsellor in the province of British Columbia with a M.Ed. focus on Children at risk of suicide. He began his work in 1985, responding to family and community needs resulting from suicide, homicide or traumatic death. John is currently the Program Manager and Clinical Supervisor of Family Preservation and Family Support programs with Family Services of the North Shore. These programs work closely with MCFD, supporting families struggling with addictions, mental health and domestic violence. He is also an adjunct instructor at Adler University teaching graduate level Ethics in Counselling Psychology.