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Reach Canada CANADIAN ACCESS AND INCLUSION PROJECT / PROJET CANADIEN SUR L’ACCÈS ET L’INCLUSION

Jan 3, 2017   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News  //  Comments Off on Reach Canada CANADIAN ACCESS AND INCLUSION PROJECT / PROJET CANADIEN SUR L’ACCÈS ET L’INCLUSION

Reach Canada is asking for your voice in the creation of new legislation

https://www.reach.ca/?lid=V5TQP-THD6G-N7E73&pkClient=1&pkForm=12

Folk & Fashion Fundraiser

Oct 3, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News, Events, Hopewell, News  //  Comments Off on Folk & Fashion Fundraiser

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Thank You India Jewelry Sale – October 27!

Sep 23, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News, Events, Hopewell, News  //  Comments Off on Thank You India Jewelry Sale – October 27!

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Reach Canada – Eating Disorder Seminar

Sep 22, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News, Events, Hopewell, News  //  Comments Off on Reach Canada – Eating Disorder Seminar

Eating Disorders – Signs, Symptoms, Stigma: Panel of lived experience and clinicians

Wednesday October 5th, 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Brown Bag Lunch Seminar
Enbridge Building, 400 Coventry Road, at corner of Belfast Road
REACH, in partnership with National Initiative for Eating Disorders and Hopewell, Community Support Ottawa,  presents a panel discussion with Wendy Preskow, Founder/President NIED-National Initiative for Eating Disorders; Dr. Sarah Jane Norwood and Dr. Hien Nguyen, Anchor Psychological Services; and Nerys Parry, Ottawa writer and mother of two, one of whom struggles with an eating disorder. Info: (613) 236-6636 orreach@reach.ca

 

Reach Canada – Seminar on Eating Disorders

Sep 22, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News  //  Comments Off on Reach Canada – Seminar on Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders – Signs, Symptoms, Stigma: Panel of lived experience and clinicians

Wednesday October 5th, 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Brown Bag Lunch Seminar
Enbridge Building, 400 Coventry Road, at corner of Belfast Road
REACH, in partnership with National Initiative for Eating Disorders and Hopewell, Community Support Ottawa,  presents a panel discussion with Wendy Preskow, Founder/President NIED-National Initiative for Eating Disorders; Dr. Sarah Jane Norwood and Dr. Hien Nguyen, Anchor Psychological Services; and Nerys Parry, Ottawa writer and mother of two, one of whom struggles with an eating disorder. Info: (613) 236-6636 or reach@reach.ca

 

Therapeutic Yoga & Mindful Meditation

Jul 14, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News  //  Comments Off on Therapeutic Yoga & Mindful Meditation

When you contact Resilient Life Yoga let them know you heard about these programs through Hopewell, and your first class is free!

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An Exotic Indian Evening at Heartwood House

Apr 19, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News  //  Comments Off on An Exotic Indian Evening at Heartwood House

Please join us for An Exotic Indian Evening at Heartwood House at 404 McArthur Avenue on Friday, May 27, 2016 at 7:00 pm. The four course “table d’hote” meal and Cash Bar will be interspersed with lively entertainment provided by the Bollywood for Fun: Ottawa’s Bollywood Fusion Dance Group and “El norte flamenco”. Female guests will have the opportunity to be dressed in a sari in our special Rent A Sari booth. The evening will end with an exhilarating Live Auction and the lucky winner of a 50/50 Draw. Single tickets are $40 and a table of 8 is $300. Tickets are available at the Heartwood House Reception Desk, Books on Beechwood, or by emailing moe@heartwoodhouse.ca or calling 613 241 5937. Let the fun begin!

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Bows for Butterflies

Apr 19, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News  //  Comments Off on Bows for Butterflies

This Mother’s Day, Bows For Butterflies is staging a very special benefit concert to say thanks to all Ottawa moms, and to raise money in support of youth and family support programs at The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre.

Supported by Bell Let’s Talk, this year’s Bows for Butterflies Benefit Concert is being held on Sunday afternoon May 8, 2016 at the St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts in Ottawa. Doors open at 2:00 PM.

Hosted by Majic 100‘s Katherine Dines, the varied program includes:

  • A Silent Auction with items donated by local merchants and producers
  • Youth speaker, Kieran Ménard, who will share his inspirational, real-life story of struggling with mental illness, his progress and his mom’s efforts to help
  • A performance by Musicalement Fleet an ensemble of young local musicians
  • An Information Fair with mental health information from Bell Let’s Talk, the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, Hopewell and several other local mental health community groups
  • A grand finale with a spectacular concert by Ottawa’s premiere chamber orchestra, Thirteen Strings

Information Fair and silent auction starts 2:00 PM and the concert begins at 2:30 PM. Adult tickets $25/Students $15. Available here in advance (recommended), from BBB volunteers or at the door.

Sage Wellness 3rd Annual Clothing Swap

Mar 23, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News, Events  //  Comments Off on Sage Wellness 3rd Annual Clothing Swap

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How to Support Your Loved One’s Mental Health – Regardless of Age: A skills based approach using EFFT

Mar 15, 2016   //   by hopewell_admin   //   Community News, Events  //  Comments Off on How to Support Your Loved One’s Mental Health – Regardless of Age: A skills based approach using EFFT

This two-day intensive Emotion-Focused Family Therapy workshop with Dr. Katherine Henderson, C.Psych and Dr.Shari Mayman, C.Psych is an incredible opportunity for parents and caregivers of individuals struggling with mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, substance use,and eating disorders, regardless of their age. Through education, video demonstration and skills practice, parents and caregivers will become equipped with practical strategies with respect to

  • managing symptoms
  • emotional coaching
  • relationship repair

Parents and caregivers will also be supported to identify, work through and overcome many obstacles that surface in this challenging journey.The specific skills taught over the  course of the 2 days are meant to be effective regardless of the affected individual’s age or motivation for change. This workshop is open to parents, step-parents, grand-parents, aunts, uncles, spouses, partners and any other adult caregiver – whether or not they are involved in active treatment with their loved one.

DATES: May 13th & 14th,2016

TIME:9am–5pm

LOCATION: St.George’s Parish, 415 Piccadily Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1Y0H3

Early bird special $375/person, $650/2 people before April 13th, 2016; $395/person, $690/2 people after April 13th, 2016.

 

Snacks and Refreshments included, Lunch not provided.

Free Parking on site.

Space is limited so please sign up at: http://www.anchorpsychology.ca/events/or contact Rimi at admin@anchorpsychology.ca.

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