Healthy Living with Bipolar 

‘Drop-In’ Education and Support Group

 

Monday Afternoons

3:30-5:30pm

January 14, 21 & 28

February 4, 11 & 25 and

March 4, 2019

These sessions are on a first come, first serve basis. 

These groups continue to be “no-cost,” thanks to the funding provided by the Wellness Network

Purpose:

Develop tools for how to maintain a daily routine regardless of emotional  state, focus on effective coping strategies for stability, and experience connection as a group. The goal is to develop personal strategies that will help to reduce the intensity and frequency of symptoms. Includes handouts, discussion, and professional support.

Format:    

Attend as many meetings as needed. However, you will receive the most benefit if you attend regularly as each week builds upon the information shared during the previous week

*Registration occurs at the first visit*

Focus on effective coping strategies for stability and experience connection as a group. 

Includes handouts, discussion and professional support.

Facilitator:  Samantha Pekh, Registered Psychologist 

 

Centre 104

Suite 706, 5241 Calgary Trail NW

780-757-0900

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#706, 5241 Calgary Trail NW
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Phone: 780-757-0900

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