Cope - Compassion Over Pain Endurance

Currently Offered , Resilience

For students who have experienced a range of loss during the pandemic, including jobs, death, and/or social connection, etc.

Cope - Compassion Over Pain Endurance

What is COPE - Compassion Over Pain Endurance?

This is a group for students who have experienced a range of loss during the pandemic, including jobs, death, and/or social connection etc.

How long is it?

This 6-week program is designed to create a safe and supportive community to process and understand our experience of grief through education, reflection, sharing, and art activities.

How do I Register? 

Anyone can join.

Email Monique (moniquew@sfu.ca)  & Shereen (shereenk@sfu.ca) to register. 

Email Monique & Shereen to register

Fall 2021 Regular Schedule:

Sessions will be held via Zoom.

September 29 to Nov 3rd

Wednesday
10:00 to 11:30am

Check out Upcoming Session for any updated times or changes to the sessions.

Upcoming Session

About the Facilitators

Monique Wong 黃敏晶 (She/Hers)

Registered Clinical Counsellor
moniquew@sfu.ca

Monique is a recent immigrant from Hong Kong after being an international student here for over a decade. Cantonese is her mother tongue; Mandarin and English are her additional languages. Her professional interest lies in the role culture and race play in our being, including mental health, gender and sexual orientation. Her practice philosophy is that everyone is the author of their stories. She believes human connection is the basic ingredient for healing. Her counselling approach empathizes the mind-body connection through the lens of cultural humility, somatic experiencing, narrative therapy, and mindfulness practice.

Shereen Khan

Registered Clinical Counsellor

shereenk@sfu.ca

Shereen is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and currently a pre-doctoral intern at HCS. She has lived experiences as an immigrant, as an expat, and as an international student at various stages in her life and in many countries around the globe. Her approach to therapy is best described as caring, compassionate, and nonjudgmental. She works from a phenomenological approach to human life that support understanding the client’s worldview. She is drawn to multicultural, anti-oppressive and trauma-informed practices as she acknowledges that human beings are wired for connection. She utilizes strengths based, solution-focused therapy model to help clients to courageously achieve wellness. She works with evidence approaches such as CBT, DBT, and EMDR. Shereen has practiced counselling internationally, as a consultant and counsellor in the university, medical and private settings. She is a firm believer in the potential of all individuals to grow, become satisfied, and live fulfilling lives.