Saturday, October 19 • 10:25am - 11:10am
Supporting Newcomers’ Psychosocial and Emotional Wellness

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A successful learning program requires students’ undivided attention that is free from worrying about unfulfilled basic, psychological and self-fulfillment needs. This tiered service model links the teaching and allied professionals in intervention, consultation, and continuing development along with the early recognition of crisis, behavioural concerns and gaps in basic needs.


Noha El Tanahi

The Immigrant Education Society (TIES)
Noha El Tanahi has a Bachelor's Degree in Law and was trained in crisis intervention as well. In the past seven years, her passion has been in helping people who struggle in their new life. Being an immigrant herself, she understands their difficulties. Working with TIES has given... Read More →

John Wang

The Immigrant Education Society (TIES)
John Wang, BA Psychology, MEd SACP in Educational Psychology (in progress), has supported vulnerable clients across Alberta in a broad range of capacities. Currently, he is calling TIES his second home, where he is proud to share his understanding of mental health and unique learning... Read More →

Saturday October 19, 2019 10:25am - 11:10am

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