Healthy Living with Bipolar Diagnosis 

‘Drop-In’ Education and Support Group


September 11

September 18

October 16

October 23

October 30

November 20

November 27

December 11

These support groups are intended for people who have bipolar or think they may have bipolar, and for their loved ones who are supporting them.

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

Please ensure you are not late as the doors will be locked. These sessions are on a first come, first serve basis.

Once our maximum capacity is reached, sadly, we can no longer accept any more participants. 


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.


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 & 2 Counselling Interns


Suite 200, 9562 82 Ave

(Above the Millcreek Cafe)

*Free parking behind the GB Building*


 Wellness Network                                                   


Walk-In Counselling
Suite 200 9562 82 AVE
Edmonton, Alberta, T6C 0Z8
Phone: 780-757-0900

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