The Coyote Tracks program was developed in response to the ongoing need for more safe and supportive group counselling experiences for middle school-aged youth.  In this small group environment (6 kids max), boys have the chance to reduce social isolation and mental health struggles such as ADHD and anxiety and build their confidence, learn new coping skills, and connect with their love for nature.   The skilled facilitators (mental health practitioners) focus on inclusive experiences, while they teach coping skills and facilitate growth and change in each participant..

Each week the youth will visit a different park such as Goldstream park, PKOLS, Thetis Lake, Francis King Park, and Gowland Todd. Locations are subject to change dependent on weather and other circumstances.

The program is suitable for male-identified kids ages 10-14 years who experience

  • Social Isolation
  • difficulty with social skills
  • Learning disabilities
  • Generalized anxiety
  • Autism Spectrum

To register for the program, please email [email protected]

Coyote Tracks is supported by Island Savings Community Sponsorship.

Program Information


6 bi-weekly Saturdays, starting January 29th


10am - 2pm


Various parks throughout the CRD

Program Facilitators

Kostas Zolotas and Calvin Walker


$480 +GST ($80/day). We ask that you commit to all 6 program days for group continuity. *Bursaries are available, please inquire.

Registration Information

Winter session is FULL. To put your name on the waitlist for spring session, email:  [email protected]