in the know – session cancelled due to weather

February 12, 2019
6:30 pmto8:00 pm

Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 from 6:30 – 8:00pm

“Teens and School: What Adults Can do to Help”
presented by Jeremy Church, Principal at Mountainside Secondary School and Parent Colleen Clark

Video Description:

Secondary School is an important time in a teen’s life, and for teen’s struggling with mental health and/ or substance use challenges, it can be a tough time.  This In the Know brings together a principal and a parent to discuss what they have done as adults to support things going well for teens in secondary school.


Child and Adolescent Program
200 – 6100 Bowling Green Road, Richmond BC

There is a parking lot just West of the Child and Adolescent Program building.
Please ring bell for entry into building

To secure your spot, please RSVP by phone or email to 604.878.3400/

For more information about Family Smart, and the ‘in the know’ program, please visit their website.

Model for Love


“To be who you ARE in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

We are many things. We all have different talents and skills, interests and opinions. We are as individually unique as each new day. We all have our strengths and weaknesses, good days and bad. We are perfectly imperfect and our very existence means we have worth in this world, simply because we ARE here.

Model For Love presents a seminar which brings awareness of how the world around us shapes our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs about ourselves. This is the key to cultivating positivity and empowerment. Learning how to challenge our negative beliefs will help lay the foundation of our self esteem and a sense of our own unique beauty and worth.

The media innundates us with images that peddle insecurities disguised as products. Natalie’s experience as an international fashion model allows her to “demythify” the beauty industry and cultivate awareness amoung middle school and high school students. In the seminar, Natalie encourages youth to challenge the status quo concepts of beauty and “cool” by delving into cultural differences and dissecting trends, which leads to a discussion about developing an empowered sense of self worth and how to practice self esteem.

Self esteem is really self love. In school children are taught to read and write, they learn about science, history and math but rarely, if ever, are they taught to love themselves. This is why it is imperative for children to be armed and ready, full of love, to face the world.

Natalie does seminars across the lower mainland as well as one-to-one and private group sessions. To book Natalie or to learn more please email us!

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