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Resource Kits

Resource Kits for Family and Life's Stages

To help cope with the modern complexities of life, FSEAP offers a series of Resource Kits filled with literature and self-help resources for self-study. Each kit addresses a different life stage aimed at helping individuals, couples and families better understand common issues and needs around parenting children of all ages, enhancing intimate relationships, and planning for retirement. FSEAP's Kits are great for use as materials for independent self-study, or as a helpful addition to counselling. Resources Kits are currently available in English only.


Resource Kits are available on the following topics:


  • Working through Anxiety

  • Coping with Depression and Low Mood

  • Grief and Loss

  • Beating Burnout

  • Expecting a Baby

  • Your Newborn Baby (0 - 2 years)

  • Parenting Your Preschooler to School-age Child (3 - 8 years)

  • Parenting Your Pre-teen to Teen (9 -17 years)

  • Healthy Relationships for Couples

  • Preparing for Retirement

  • Financial Empowerment


For descriptions, click here

Researched and developed by FSEAP's clinicians, Resource Kits:


  • offer access to some of the best, current self-help information available today,

  • contain an integrated set of easy-to-use and practical articles, tip sheets, pamphlets and booklets, reference materials, and 1-2 contemporary self-help books, and

  • include resources from respected public sources such as the BC Council for Families, MindCheck, Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Best Start, and Family Resource Program Canada.


To learn more, or to order a Kit, Contact FSEAP. 

Your benefit may not include all of the services described here. Please login or refer to your benefit material for more information.

Working Together

Beating Burnout

Burnout can make us feel exhausted, isolated, irritable, and stressed out. The Burnout kit was created to help individuals better understand the emotional, physical, and mental impact of burnout and personal stress. Learn how to beat burnout and work towards a healthier well-being.

Mental Health

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Expecting a Baby

This kit prepares mothers and families for a new infant. The contents cover topics including healthy eating, breastfeeding, your new role as a parent, attachment, and self-care.

Family Life

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Parenting Your Pre-Teen to Teen

Information on various topics related to establishing a trusting and genuine relationship with your pre-teen. Topics include puberty, development of identity, and parenting.

Family Life

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Working Through Anxiety

This package is designed to provide tools to individuals experiencing low to moderate anxiety. Workbooks teach research-based techniques to reduce symptoms of generalized anxiety, panic, phobias, and more.

Mental Health

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Coping with Grief and Loss

This package is designed to support individuals experiencing the recent loss of a loved one. The topics highlighted in the resources include processing grief, coping with emotions, facing adversity, building resiliency, and finding strength.

Mental Health

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Financial Empowerment

This package is designed to provide tools to assist individuals with financial planning and saving. Workbooks teach research-based techniques to improve financial standing and reduce financial stress.

Financial Well-being

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Parenting your Preschool to School-Aged Child

Information on various topics related to physical and mental health for you and your growing school-aged child such as nutrition, transition to school, dealing with bullying, and positive discipline.

Family Life

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Your Newborn Baby

This package is designed to support families in the first two years of their infant’s life. The kit contains tools and information on attachment, play, breastfeeding, and more.

Family Life

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Coping with Low Mood and Depression

Designed support to adults experiencing symptoms of depression and low mood, this kit includes self-help resources that teach cognitive-behavioral techniques to increase self-esteem, cut out negative self-talk, and enhance social connections.

Mental Health

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Healthy Relationships for Couples

This kit can help couples enrich and enhance their relationship and build communication skills. These research-based tools support couples by building intimacy, increasing joy and play, and teaching strategies for managing conflict.


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Preparing for Retirement

This kit is designed to support adults preparing for the emotional, social, and financial changes that accompany retirement. This kit offers books and resources to help you navigate the Canadian Pension System, and find happiness in a satisfying and meaningful retirement.

Life Stages

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