- Recovery & Peer Support Circle
- Cultural Arts – Beading, painting, drum making
NEC’s approach to counselling is holistic, considering the mind, heart, body, and spiritual aspects of well-being.
Counselling is open to community members in the Vancouver Coastal Health Region.
Our licensed counsellors provide a safe and confidential environment to help our Indigenous learners transition to student life.
Students can drop-in or make an appointment.
George was born and raised in Saskatoon, SK. His journey led him to Vancouver BC over 30 years ago in his youth years. Moving forward to complete years of education and training in Life Skills Coaching/Instructor, Holistic Wellness Counselling, Addictions and Clinical Counselling domains. He’s rooted in his Metis/Cree/French culture and enjoys sharing his knowledge with others with his Holistic Counselling and Life Skills Practices to guide people forward to a better self. He has over 25 years work experience in the helping/healing domains in Counselling and Coaching, as he is a registered Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling (MPCC)/(RPC) Registered Professional Counsellors with (CPCA) Canadian Professional Counselling Association of Canada
Find out about the support and workshops available to help you succeed. Workshops and events are open to all NEC students
Workshop and group offerings vary throughout the year. If you are interested in a workshop or group that is not presently offered, please contact us with your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org If we have sufficient interest in a workshop or group, we will offer it as soon as possible.
Honouring MMIWG2S event with the Wildflower Drum Group
NEC students are welcome to participate in activities that help them develop their communication, expression and confidence. Students can share songs, poetry, spoken words, acting & music.
Poppy-making and arts materials; open mic for poems, words, songs