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2003-309


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volume: 
2003
number: 
309
pubdate: 
20030509
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eid: 
309

Kids Have Stress Too! Facilitator Training Course

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Kids Have Stress Too! is offering a full-day facilitator-training session for professionals working with children and families on Monday, June 9, at the Canadian Institute of Child Health in Ottawa. For more information, or to register for this course, please visit http://www.kidshavestresstoo.org or call (416) 486-0099.



KHST! is a project of The Psychology Foundation of Canada. Our primary goal is to help children, from pre-school to age nine, learn how to manage their stress effectively.

Kids Have Stress Too! Facilitator Training Course

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Kids Have Stress Too! is offering a full-day facilitator-training session for professionals working with children and families on Monday, June 9, 2003 at the North York Central Library in Toronto. For more information, or to register for this course, please visit http://www.kidshavestresstoo.org or call (416) 486-0099.

KHST! is a project of The Psychology Foundation of Canada. Our primary goal is to help children, from pre-school to age nine, learn how to manage their stress effectively.

Beyond Silent Spring: Striving for Optimal Personal and Environmental Health

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1:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Auditorium (air conditioned), Governor Simcoe High School, 15 Glenview Avenue (directions from Toronto: QEW to St. Catharines, Niagara Street exit, left on Niagara, left on Vine at second light, left on Glenview Avenue)



A 'Rachel Carson Day' Conference



Support Group Members: $12

General Public: $15

RSVP to BCREF at (905) 687-3333



Speakers

* Dr. Jozef Krop, "Environmental Medicine: The Health Impacts of Common Environmental Toxins in Your Home"

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