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It takes courage to join a group and talk about our struggles, but it is worth the effort. All participants within the groups have difficulties with anxiety which allows us to see our struggles in others and gives us the opportunity to understand and help each other with respect and confidentiality.

Regular workshops are two hours a week for 10 weeks. The intensive workshops take place over two days, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Our services are free. However, in order to attend our workshops, a participant must pay $30 for the workbook and $10 to become a member of Le Versant.


We respect and adhere to all health measures provided by Quebec’s Public Health Agency. For in-person workshops: at this point in time, washing hands and cleaning surfaces are in effect. If other rules are announced, the facilitators will keep the participants informed.

For videoconference workshops, an adequate device is necessary to connect to Zoom. Please note that net ethics are applied. A brief first meeting will take place in person to complete the registration process.


All groups are limited to eight to ten participants with two facilitators. The meetings take place at the Pavillon Normand-Desjardins - Parc Dorion-Gardens, 671 rue Valois, Vaudreuil-Dorion or at Carrefour jeunesse-emploi Vaudreuil-Soulanges, 400 Blvd Harwood, Vaudreuil-Dorion. The Global Approach workshop must be completed before you can register for the other workshops available.


This winter, we are not offering a workshop in English. You can sign up on the waiting list for the spring session.

In the Salaberry-de-Valleyfield and Haut-Saint-Laurent region, the organization Mutual aid for single parents and blended families in Suroît offers the Global Approach workshop under conditions different from those of Le Versant, but participants who complete this workshop can then register for the 3 other regular workshops given by Le Versant. Visit their site to find out more.

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