Lots Going on in Octo­ber at AMI

Lots going on in Octo­ber at AMI
This month we’ve got free, online pro­grams that are of spe­cial inter­est to seniors and for peo­ple inter­ested in learn­ing about BPD (Bor­der­line Per­son­al­ity Disorder).
Racism, Diver­sity and Men­tal Health: Low-​Beer lec­ture on Octo­ber 14th
A sup­port group for 1830 year olds
Join our team: Admin­is­tra­tion and IT
Save 50% at the Au Con­traire Film Festival
Need some guid­ance? Give us a call: 5144861448
Low-​Beer Memo­r­ial event: Racism, Diver­sity and Men­tal Health
For the 2021 Low-​Beer event, Dr. Myrna Lash­ley, Renate Betts, and Shyam Pil­lai will address the intri­cate rela­tions between racism, diver­sity and men­tal health from both their pro­fes­sional and lived experience.
Octo­ber 14 at 7pm
Online on Google Meet

Low Beer 2021
Of spe­cial inter­est to seniors

Caregivers 55 Plus
Care­givers 55+
Get­ting older while still hav­ing to take care of a loved one with men­tal health chal­lenges can be dif­fi­cult. This free 3 part work­shop can help.
Octo­ber 4, 18, and 25 11am-​1pm
Online on Google Meet

Aging Well With Mental Illness
Aging Well With Men­tal Illness
Are you liv­ing with men­tal ill­ness and over 55? This work­shop will explore man­ag­ing dif­fi­cult emo­tions, bound­aries, self-​care, com­mu­ni­cat­ing feel­ings, and more.
Octo­ber 12, 19, and 26 11am-​1pm
Online on Google Meet
Bor­der­line Per­son­al­ity Disorder

BPD Intro
Intro to BPD
This work­shop on Bor­der­line Per­son­al­ity Dis­or­der for care­givers will address BPD, some of the chal­lenges, and explore what can be done to reduce conflicts.
Octo­ber 7, 6-​8pm
Online on Google Meet

Hot Top­ics: BPD
Join our res­i­dent expert Sylvie Bouchard as she talks about Bor­der­line Per­son­al­ity Dis­or­der and answers your ques­tions live.
Octo­ber 20, 11:45pm
On Face­book Live
Space is lim­ited. Reg­is­ter today!

Young Family & Friends
A new sup­port group
Intro­duc­ing Young Fam­ily & Friends, a new sup­port group for 1830 year olds who have a loved one liv­ing with men­tal illness.
Octo­ber 18 at 6:30pm
Online on Google Meet
Our reg­u­lar sup­port groups will be held on Octo­ber 4, 13, 18, and 25.

We are hiring Admin
If admin­is­tra­tion and IT are up your alley, and you are look­ing for a full time job where you can use your strengths, click here and apply today.

Au Contraire 2021
Au Con­traire film festival
Pre­sented by Par­adis Urbain, guar­an­teed to be “some­thing com­pletely dif­fer­ent”, a pow­er­ful slate of 25 films will enter­tain, edu­cate and smash the stigma on men­tal illness.
Octo­ber 313
Enter code ECAM2116 for your 50% dis­count on an all-​access pass!
Inter­ested in tips, cop­ing mech­a­nisms, infor­ma­tion and much, much more? Fol­low us on social media or click here for our blog.
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Last Updated: Fri­day, 01 Octo­ber 2021 14:19