Climate Change Anxiety & Grief

Workshop, Anxiety, Currently Offered

This Canvas Course and seminar aims to help understand different types of climate change distress and offer some strategies to cope.

Climate Anxiety – What is it and how to cope

This is an in person and online seminar is for those who are struggling with climate change anxiety and grief. This seminar aims to help understand different types of climate change distress and learn some strategies to cope with it. There is also information about where to access additional support. 

You are also welcome to utilize the Canvas course, as seminar attendance is helpful but not required.

How do I join?

Join the canvas course

Seminar information

The Canvas course contains more information about seminar room location and zoom access.

On the day of the seminar, join the Zoom link 5 to 10 minutes before start, or attend in person. Please arrive on time.

There will also be additional resources available to download closer to the seminar. Note: People who register for the seminar will not be able to see the names of others who are registered. 

 

NOTE:

This seminar is NOT meant for diagnostic purposes and attending this seminar does not mean participants are entering into a therapeutic relationship with SFU Health & Counselling.

Spring 2023 Schedule

In-person at Burnaby Campus and on Zoom/LiveChat

Feb 24th | 2:30-4:30pm

Seminar room location will be provided in the Canvas course.

You can also choose to utilize the Canvas course at any time, as the seminar is recommended but not required.

Upcoming Session

About the Facilitators

Shona Adams

Registered Clinical Counsellor and Psychologist

Shona is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and Psychologist who trained as a Clinical Psychologist in Oxford, U.K.. She is dual citizen who immigrated to Canada when she was 9 years old, previously living in South Africa, Thailand and Malaysia. She predominantly uses a Human Givens and a CBT approach and is a specialist in treating traumas and complex mental health disorders. She uses a strength-based solution-focused model, working collaboratively to help people understand their difficulties and learn different strategies to interact with them. She is humbly aware of her white privilege and is passionate with facilitating people to reach their full potential within a caring and empowering environment.