The Trident Foundation (Mediation and Telehealth)
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We offer services to you combining head (cognition), heart (empathy), and hand (practice)!

 

TMCSF ESTABLISHED 1998

 

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Connect with us on your way to the peaks. The mountain scenery beckons, and I must go towards the captivating mountain landscapes, starting from Banff National Park, Alberta.

 

We have served Canadians and others for over two decades (since 1998).  We are committed to mediation, counseling, and support services. Connect with us by any of the following methods. There is a scarcity of comprehensive guidebooks on achieving an ideal life. Nevertheless, substantive contentment may lie in the moments we indulge in the beauty of mountainous vistas. Let’s talk.

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You can connect through Telehealth. These models could  reach almost every aspect of care along the continuum. In addition to Telehealth, our services include in-clinic, geographical outreach, and other remote delivery support options.

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(672) 974-2705 (Canada) and1 (206) 809-1647 (the United States of America).

 

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As you gaze ahead, you are met with magnificent alpine scenery, featuring steep inclines and a layer of untouched snow. This snow covers the Wilmer Wetlands in British Columbia. Here you can optimise self-value and assurance to effectively tackle challenges and stress, even in times of emergencies.

 

If you do not have consistent internet access or access to technology, your ability to connect with others and grow personally may be impeded. This may lead to skepticism about the benefits of technology. Additionally, the absence of proper instruction, training, or computer ownership further exacerbates the situation.

You may feel disconnected due to the digital gap. Also, you may be disconnected, find it difficult to interact with others and take part in virtual events that offer assistance. Moreover, without digital literacy and skills, you may struggle to fully embrace the advantages of technology and online assistance.

Connect and Traverse the Digital Divide

The inequality in access to digital resources, known as the digital divide, can result in people with limited financial resources. They often rely on unsecured computer networks that are vulnerable to exploitation. Despite the concerns raised by these scenarios, certain people may lack awareness or clarity on their susceptibility to malicious third parties. Furthermore, these people may not know how to safeguard themselves against harmful intentions and actions. Moreover, supplementary details could include recent policy changes and global advancements in the realm of computers, the Internet, networks, and media.

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

One of the fundamental elements of Canadian society is the emphasis on human rights, and it is essential that public education aligns with this principle. In Canada, any laws or initiatives that do not comply with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms can be invalidated. For example, the Supreme Court of Canada declared the Cyber-safety Act (2013) invalid in 2015. The Court found that this Act contradicted the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and lacked effectiveness. For instance, in 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada invalidated the Cyber-safety Act (2013) due to its perceived inconsistency. However, it is possible that the creators of the act were aware of the detrimental effects of activities such as cyberbullying (Boon, 2015).

Cyber Vulnerabilities

There are deficiencies in the delineation of human management and the rise of technology (Westergard, 2018). For instance, the staffing for emergency response systems, such as fire lookouts, shipping, and lighthouses, has been reduced. Modern technology has led to the reduction of lighthouses due to the modern division of labor (Oregon State Parks, 2018). Communication and navigation networks like Global Positioning Systems are vulnerable to tampering and potential failure (Madden, 2018; Saul, 2013). f there were bushfires, government workers may need to use their satellite, and cell phones, but they might not have service, creating a gap in technology access (McFadden, 2017; Vick, 2017).

Reaching Out for Supports

Contact us. You could have added mediation and counselling, often incorporating arts support in the following.

  • Addressing anxiety or downheartedness;
  • Coping with grief and loss;
  • Developing self-confidence and respect;
  • Enhancing positive relationships;
  • Improving communications;
  • Lessening distress and trauma;
  • Managing anger;
  • Modifying negative patterns;
  • Negotiating relationships.

 

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Unexpected challenges may arise during your journey, however, by staying determined, you may uncover a peaceful solution in the end. This image features Fish Creek Provincial Park, AB.

 

It takes drive to reach out and ask for support, and we welcome your questions, comments, and bookings.  Please feel free to book with us, and we welcome you if you are a legacy or new to our services.

 

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Discover and nurture your alpine spirit at Golden, British Columbia!

 

Spending time in parks can offer a sanctuary to process both positive and negative emotions that you may experience. Rowing, gliding, and swiftly moving on the water evokes an unparalleled sensation. This can be an immensely gratifying encounter. You may encounter unexpected obstacles along your journey, but with perseverance, you could eventually discover a harmonious resolution

Contact Addresses

  1. C/O PO Box 8148

Canmore

AB T1W 2T9

2. C/O 246 Stewart Green SW

Unit #6081

Calgary, AB T3H 3C8

 

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A Guide for the Spirit.

 

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It often requires determination to reach out for assistance. We encourage you to reach out with any inquiries, or feedback. Read More

Regarding Connecting

People without access to connectivity may resort to using unsecured and unsafe networks and other technology, making them susceptible to data breaches. The more privileged individuals may be forced to pay ransom to have their data restored. Additionally, wrongdoers could engage in other illegal online activities, including credit card or similar fraud (Bandler, 2017). Legal measures to curb such unlawful activities, such as cyberattacks, often lag behind technological advancements.

It is important to refrain from sharing sensitive personal information in your initial communications. Various forms of communication exist, including one-to-one emails, one-to-many listservs, and real-time relay chats. For more information, refer to Lim’s (2007, 2nd ed) Cyberspace Law: Commentaries and Materials. Encryption is widely utilized across different sectors, as highlighted by Lim’s statement, “Encryption has long been a tool in the conduct of military and foreign affairs” (p. 223). These circumstances significantly impact our online communication methods. We do not reply to Spam.

References

Boon, J. (2015). The “colossal failure” of Nova Scotia’s Cyber-Safety Act. The Coast.

https://www.thecoast.ca/halifax/the-colossal-failure-of-nova-scotias-cyber-safety-act/Content?oid=5099688 

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, s 7, Part 1 of the Constitution Act, 1982, being Schedule B to the Canada Act 1982 (UK), 1982, c 11 a.

Lim, Y.F.  (2007). Cyberspace Law: Commentaries and Materials. Oxford University (2nd ed).

https://archive.org/details/cyberspacelawcom0000limy

Madden, R. (2018). ECDIS: What Happens When the GPS Signal Goes Away?

https://www.maritime-executive.com/blog/ecdis-what-happens-when-the-gps-signal-goes-away#gs.Hhp=0M8

Oregon State Parks (2018), Oregon Coast Lighthouses.

Saul, J. (2013). Governments confront rising threats to ships from signal jamming.

https://www.reuters.com/article/shipping-navigation-gps-idUSL5N0E926V20130530

Vick, K. (2017). The digital divide: A quarter of the nation is without broadband. Time.

http://time.com/4718032/the-digital-divide/

Westergard, B. (2018, July). Do Computers Follow Rules Once Followed by Workers. Computing Edge.

https://muse.jhu.edu/article/699297

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