Request an Appointment

If you are interested in a program or course, please request an appointment and one of our staff will reach out to you within 3-5 business days.

Our Hours

Monday: 8:30am–7:30pm

Tuesday: 8:30am–4:30pm

Wednesday: 8:30am–7:30pm

Thursday: 8:30am–4:30pm

Friday: 8:30am–4:30pm

Saturday: 9am–1pm

Sunday: Closed​

Need Help?

If you have any questions about the registration process or specific services please contact us.

Free Walk-in Clinic

Half-hour sessions for those who are not sure whether they would like to see a therapist or not, or if they are not sure where the services they need are available.

Changing Tides: A Program for Women

Changing Tides: A Program for Women

Changing Tides is a program designed to help women cope with difficult adult relationships whether that relationship is with an intimate partner, a family member, or someone in the workplace.

  • Price: Free
  • Duration: 8 Sessions (2.5 hours each)

Additional Information

Program Structure

This free program is sponsored by the NB Dept. of Social Development.

Changing Tides is a 8-week program designed to help women 18 years of age and older cope with difficult adult relationships whether that relationship is with an intimate partner, a family member, or someone in the workplace.

Each topic is designed to offer women insight into healthy relationships, building confidence, and making informed decisions, including:

  • Understanding Relationships – What are the characteristics of a healthy
    relationship?
  • Communication I – Identifying unproductive communication habits and
    developing more effective patterns.
  • Communication II – Recognizing the games people play and developing more effective approaches.
  • Self-care: Taking time for you – Learning about what nourishes your soul and
    making plans to incorporate self-care in your every day.
  • Assertiveness – How to get what you want by stating what you need clearly, directly, and respectfully. Learning to say “no” without guilt. Acting on your rights while respecting the rights of others.
  • Leadership – Offering your skills to others and the community at large.
  • Review and Wrap-up
  • Safety in Relationships (optional) – Strategies for staying safe and preparing to leave if that is appropriate.

The women whose partners are in the Family Enrichment’s Changing Ways Program for Men, will be contacted before the program starts and a personal session will be scheduled to explain to the woman the program that her partner is taking.

Download the Changing Tides brochure to learn more

To register please call 458-8211, 1-888-879-6777 or email info@familyenrichment.ca

Helpful Programs and Courses

Half-hour sessions for those who are not sure whether they would like to see a therapist or not, or if they are not sure where the services they need are available.
This 8-hour program is an interactive learning experience for parents and caregivers who want to learn how to build a stronger relationship with their child(ren) and how to have more fun with their preschooler.
Changing Ways is a voluntary 10-week program for men of ages 18 and older that involves understanding and developing self-awareness to help prevent oneself from behaving in hurtful and embarrassing ways.
This program is for adult men and women and will help the participants identify the style of communication they use and understand why they use different styles with different people and in different situations.
In this interactive 12-hour program you will learn these skills: communicating effectively, responsibility and discipline, encouraging self-esteem, redirecting misbehaviour, sidestepping power struggles, and conflict resolution.
This program is for men and women who consider themselves either not assertive enough and who want to learn to improve the quality of their communication and in turn their relationships.

We Are Here For You.

During these difficult times we are available for our clients and new clients by phone or video sessions.

Call us at 506-458-8211 ext 220 to schedule an appointment with one of our counsellors