Positive Social Relations for Youth (PSRY)
The Safety and wellbeing of your son/daughter is of primary importance to 337 Queen's York Rangers and the Canadian Cadet Movement (CCM). That's why the organization developed the Positive Social Relations for Youth Program, in response to the realities of today's world.
Harassment and abuse can happen. This behavior can range from unkind or demeaning remarks to racial slurs to physical and sexual abuse. The Positive Social Relations for Youth Programme (PSRY) provides all cadets and adult members of the CCM with information and training to prevent this behavior, and with guidance on what action to take should it happen. The new programme replaces the Cadet Harassment and Abuse Prevention Programme (CHAP).
Each Cadet Corps has a minimum of one Unit Cadet Conflict Management Advisor (UCCMA) who provides training and acts as an advisor to the Commanding Officer on related issues. 337 Queen's York Rangers Cadets primary UCCMA is Captain K Lee, . Please feel free to contact him if you have questions or concerns. Other staff who are also UCCMA qualified include Capt T Pirone (Female) or Lt A Lam (Male)
The Cadet Program is committed to ensuring the safety and security of every cadet and to providing a respectful environment that promotes fair and equal treatment. Harassment in any form is an unacceptable behaviour.
All cadets and adults working with the Cadet Program have the right to be treated with respect and dignity in an environment free of harassment and have the responsibility to treat others the same way.
Each cadet receives training in conflict management skills, including education on their role in preventing harassment in the Cadet Program.
All cadets and adults working with cadets are required to participate annually in Positive Social Relations for Youth (PSRY) training.
Positive Social Relations Booklet
You have choices
We believe that you have choices when it comes to dealing with a problem. We can’t tell you what to do, but we can help you think about different ways of handling your problem. You can decide what’s best for you.
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If you are not ready to talk, Ask Us Online might be the place for you.
What is counselling?
Some people get a little weirded out when they hear the word “counselling.” That’s okay. Basically, counselling is about talking to someone who knows a lot about many different issues that teens face. We think of counselling as a conversation with someone who you can trust, who won’t judge you, and who wants to help.
Need other help?
The counsellor you speak to might refer you to other services in your community, depending on your question and what you need. Feel free to call us if you need the number for a particular service. We’ll be happy to point you in the right direction – no questions asked.
We understand that talking about your problems can be tough. Sometimes, it’s easier to write about what’s on your mind.
Ask Us Online is your place to write a question in one of our topic forums, and get a response from a counsellor. Other users can read the forum posts but they can’t reply to them.
Ask Us Online topics
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