Do you have a loved one living with mental illness? This new group may be for you…
AMI-Québec will start a New Group for Caregivers. A 10 session program for family caregivers. This group will explore your own challenges as a carer, and you will benefit from others' experiences.
Loving someone who is suffering so deeply that they turn to death for solace is extremely painful. It can feel as though loving them is not enough and yet we don’t know what else to do. This workshop from AMI-Québec will discuss suicidality within the context of Borderline Personality Disorder.
In communication the idea is to strengthen mutual respect and trust, thereby allowing people with diverse attitudes and opinions to develop effective partnerships. It’s the type of approach that can help reduce your anxiety and improve your relationship with your ill loved one.
By AMI-Québec. Must attend both sessions.
Vous travaillez avec des aînés ou côtoyez des personnes âgées aux prises avec une situation d'isolement? L'Association canadienne pour la santé mentale - Filiale de Montréal vous présente sa programmation automnale d'ateliers « Apprivoiser sa solitude et développer son réseau ». Ces ateliers visent à améliorer le bien-être des aînés Montréalais en misant sur le maintien de l’autonomie et l’importance d’un bon réseau social et de soutien.
The Mood Disorders Society of Canada invites you to take part in this free three-day workshop where you will be provided information and guidance on the topics of Peer Support and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Registration is now open for AMI-Quebec Fall programs. We all deal with various forms of losses in our lives, whether it be a death, a loss of relationships, or loss connected to mental illness. This workshop looks at how we grieve mental illness and the losses associated with it; how we can adjust our hopes and expectations and accept what exists in the present moment.