Family Connections Group sign up Form
Please fill in the form below to apply for participation in a future Family Connections group.

- The form must be filled once per participant
- Participants must be 18 years or older

Preferred First Name *
Your answer
Last Name *
Your answer
Email Address *
Your answer
Phone *
Your answer
What is relationship of your loved one to you? *
Tell us what is the relationship of your loved one to you. Example: if your loved one is your daughter then select "Daughter".
What is your loved one's age? *
Your answer
FC Group locations, date and times
Please click on the links below to see the schedule for FC groups by province. Please note that if you sign up for a group you are expected to attend all classes.





Select Location *
To sign up for the next group please select your preferred FC group location from the list or select ‘Other city’ if your preferred location is not listed or ‘Future Group’ if you would like to sign up for a future group.
Preferred Season
Enter what season you are registering for. Please consult calendar for location availability by season.
** Other City
Only applies if you selected 'Other City' above. Put me on a wait list for the following city province - helps determine expansion cities.
Your answer
*** Select Future Group
Only applies if you selected 'Future Group' above. Put me on the waitlist for
Your answer
About Family Connections
Family Connections is an evidence-based 12-week course that meets weekly to provide education, skills training, and support for people who are in a relationship with someone who has emotion dysregulation or BPD.

it is hosted in a community setting and led by trained group leaders who are usually family members of relatives of someone with emotion dysregulation.

Dr. Alan Fruzzetti and Dr.Perry Hoffman developed the course based on their research as well as their significant professional expertise in counseling people with BPD and their loved ones. Family Connections provides:

(i) current information and research on emotion dysregulation or BPD and on family functioning;
(ii) individual coping skills based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT);
(iii) family skills;
(iv) group support that builds an ongoing network for family members.

How did you hear about Sashbear's Family Connections? *
Tell us how you heard about this program. If you were referred to us via some other means please select Other and enter the details in adjacent field
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