Working with Diverse Populations

Comprehensive Guidance and Counselling

Curricular Information

Scroll down on these web pages to access help with Health and CALM and cross curricular resources

Safe and Caring Schools Schools

Bullying prevention

  • S-Team Heroes: An online game for children that teaches ways to address bullying behaviour.
  • b-free: A site for youth containing first-hand accounts of people who have overcome bullying, resources, facts, quizzes and links to other bullying prevention sites.
  • Bully Free Alberta: A site where adults can learn what to do if a child in their life is a victim or witness of bullying, or exhibiting bullying behaviour.
  • The Government of Alberta’s Bullying Helpline, at 1-888-456-2323, is also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for anyone struggling with bullying.
  • The Alberta Education program guide: The Heart of the Matter: Character and Citizenship Education in Alberta Schools, can be downloaded from this site.
  • ToBecomeaTeacher: Preventing Bullying and Cyberbullying: Aims to establish preventative measures to protect students from bullying and cyber bullying.

Parent Websites

  • The Government of Alberta Parent Link Centre helps you to help your child by providing information and support for parents and caregivers on how to assist with your child’s learning, development and health.
  • First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada: The purpose of the Caring Society is to promote the well being of all First Nations children, youth, families and communities with a particular focus on the prevention of, and response to, child maltreatment.
  • The Search Institute is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide leadership, knowledge, and resources to promote healthy children, youth, and communities.
  • Family Education Network is a commercial site where parents find practical guidance, grade-specific information about their children’s school experience, strategies to get involved with their children’s learning, free email newsletters, and fun and entertaining family activities.
  • Kids Have Stress Too!: Ideas, tips, and strategies for parents of preschoolers
  • Kids Can Cope: Parenting resilient children at home and school resource

Career/ Course Transfer Websites

Guidance/Counselling/Psychology and Related Organizations

Other Support Services

*Please note, additions to this section do not indicate Alberta Teachers Association endorsement. This section is created based on requests and suggestions from counsellors. Please use your professional discretion when investigating resources for your practice.

2 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Hello!

    My name is Carol Ateah. I’m a family therapist in Vancouver and I’ve just started a new business: online therapy for helping professionals across Canada. It is a premiere online counselling service that supports social workers and therapists to do their best work with advertising to attract clients, payment service, therapist profile, blog, client dashboard, and most importantly a space where like minded people can gather together share ideas, support each other learn and ultimately do their best work. It’s free to join.

    I’m exploring how my site can be used in the post and public education system and wonder if any of your members might be interested in completing a survey to discover how online therapy could enhance their work?

    My website won’t be online until March 2017 and so the website isn’t included below.
    Thank you.

    Carol Ateah, MA, RCC

    • Hello Carol,

      If you’d like us to forward a survey on to our members, please see our Executive page and contact our president. Thanks!

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