Minds Over Matter is pleased to launch a Mental Wellness Support Group on Thursday, November 9, 2017, at the Triwood Community Center from 7-9 PM. A support group is a safe place for people to come together to discuss their experiences, share ideas, and provide emotional support for another, led by a trained facilitator.
The Mayo Clinic lists the following as benefits of participating in a support group:
Feeling less lonely, isolated or judged
Gaining a sense of empowerment and control
Improving your coping skills and sense of adjustment
Talking openly and honestly about your feelings
Reducing distress, depression, anxiety or fatigue
Developing a clearer understanding of what to expect with your situation
Getting practical advice or information about treatment options
Comparing notes about resources, such as doctors and alternative options
Rick Lundy, President of Minds Over Matter Mental Health Society and experienced support group facilitator, will be leading the group. The following topics will be covered:
Whether you’re battling depression, anxiety, or just want to learn coping strategies to live a more fulfilling life surrounded by a supportive network, this group is for you.
We still have a few spaces available. If you’re interested in learning more about the group, please contact Rick Lundy at 403-613-4294.
Jennifer BeattyMinds Over Matter Launches Mental Wellness Support Group
Minds Over Matter Partner Canvas is We is organizing a one-day conference for health, human service, and creative professionals. Rescheduled from June, it will be held in Calgary on September 23, 2017.
Check out the Eventbrite page to buy tickets and find info on conference presenters and content, and follow the R.I.A. team on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on conference news and general excitement!
In addition to amazing presenters and innovative content, space will be available for organizations to promote their services and network with the community. Only twelve tables will be available; contact Minds over Matter or the R.I.A team by September 1 to get a hold of the vendor registration form.
Tickets are free and can be reserved through WEMA’s Eventbrite page. If you choose to donate (and we recommend you do, because WEMA is great!), you get the option of reserving your seat at the theatre.
Minds Over Matter president Rick Lundy will be part of the Q&A panel following the screening.
Be empowered and inspired on Saturday, June 11 2017. We’ll see you there!
Minds Over Matter Mental Health Society invites you to our Spring Fling – a dinner and silent auction to launch our non-profit organization in the Calgary area and raise funds for our upcoming programs.
Guest Speakers: Mona Cooley of Cool Family Solutions, and Elizabeth Anderson, author.
You’ll also have an opportunity to hear from Minds Over Matter president, Rick Lundy, on our goals and programs, and speak to members and volunteers about how you can help.
The buffet dinner will include roast beef and vegetarian options. There will be a cash bar, so remember to bring cash!
Silent auction items include:
One pair of Westjet tickets;
Green fees and golf carts at Country Hills and Inglewood golf courses
Ice time at Triwood Community Association
Weekday room rental at Triwood Community Association
Notable Restaurant gift certificate
Personal training packages
And more! Including some very special live auction items (hint: it may involve a famous Winnipeg Jets player).
Tickets can be purchased online via Eventbrite. Please join us in our efforts to connect Calgarians to the mental health resources they need to live the best quality of life possible.