On June 22,2018 Upper Island Counselling hosted an information table at the 100 Women Who Care Campbell River cocktail reveal launch party.
For Your Family
In support of CHMA Mental Health week, Upper Island Counselling is helping spread the word. Here are some interesting facts that you may not know:
The Canadian Mental Health Association’s annual Mental Health Week is May 7-13, 2018
Each May, Canadians in communities, schools, workplaces and the House of Commons rally around CMHA Mental Health Week.
Upper Island Counselling’s Executive Director Kelsi Baine congratulates everyone who participated in Bell Canada’s Let’s Talk day supporting mental health awareness this year.
“It is so important to hear so many positive community voices across the Comox Valley, Campbell River and North Island communities, helping to reduce stigma around mental health and demonstrating their support for other community members.” Baine said.
I USED to think that New Year's resolutions were a bit silly. I USED to think, "why pick January 1 to start making positive changes? That can happen anytime!" But, more and more I'm finding that ANY reason to get us thinking about making positive changes in our lives is a good one. So, if another new year inspires you to reflect on the past with insight and learning, set goals for the future, and determine what needs to change TODAY in order to achieve those goals, well then that is an annual tradition worth celebrating and continuing.
With the advent of our new blog, we now have a place to share our news, announcements, events and gratitudes!
As part of our 30th Anniversary we aspired to ready our organization for many exciting changes to come. We began by renovating our offices. After three decades in the community, we were ready to experience a more modern, serene, and beautiful space for us and all our clients to be comforted by.