Helping teens through tough times (French only)

Location Details
Virtual event

This family information and support group session is free and open to the public, however registration is required. 

Please note, this session is only available in French.


Dr. Tania Renaud Fournier, psychologist
Director of clinical services for mental health services – youth and family 
Le CAP (Centre d’appui et de prévention)

Kim Graveline MSW, RSW
Social worker


The teenage years can be a difficult time for young people. This can be due to many factors including physical changes, peer pressure, and a desire to find their identity and develop a sense of independence. This can become even more complex when young people are coping with additional issues such as substance use, truancy, suicidal ideation, or have come into contact with the law. 

Join Dr. Tania Renaud Fournier to discuss the factors that affect the teenage years and explore how to support youth, young adults, and their families through this time. This session is designed to help caregivers increase their awareness and understanding of factors that affect teens, improve communication with this age group, and provide information on community resources.

Please note, this session is only available in French.

Date and time

Tuesday, January 24, 2023
6 to 7:30 p.m. on Zoom


These sessions are free and open to the public however registration is required.


Limited space is available.
To register, please click here. Please note, this session is only available in French.

Contact information

For information, email Lori Richer at


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