Evening Women's Peer Support Group - now running 1st and 3rd Monday evening

The Women's Peer Support Group will be running on the 1st and 3rd Monday evening of each month from 6:30-8:30 pm.

Annual General Meeting

We would like to invite you to attend our upcoming Annual General Meeting at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute.

When: November 15, 2017 | 6:00 p.m.
Where: Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute | Room 216
209 Victoria St.
Toronto, ON

More Than Back To School Nerves

The new school year can bring mixed emotions for many students. Some excited, some joyful, and some nervous about the school year ahead. But when first day of school nerves settle and students are still experiencing anxiety, they may be dealing with a bigger issue. In our latest blog post, our Summer Student Peer Support Worker, Natalie, shares her experience with anxiety and how she has learned to cope with it and succeed in school.

An Evening With Dr. Richter: A Discussion of Treatment for OCD

Are you a family member or a friend of a loved one with OCD? We invite you to join us for a special edition of the OCD Psycho-Ed Peer Support Group for Families & Friends.

Join us on July 20, 2017 for An Evening With Dr. Richter: A Discussion of Treatment for OCD.

Space is limited! If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Elyse at elyseg@mdao.ca or 416-486-8046 ext. 238 to reserve your spot.

 

Toronto

Bipolar Research

 

Our friends at Sunnybrook have an exciting new research opportunity!

Are you 13 to 60?

Do you or a family member have bipolar disorder?

You may be eligible for research studies.

Compensation provided.

 

Contact us at 416-480-6005 or

heart.bipolar@sunnybrook.ca

Download: 

Are you a Parent with Bipolar Disorder?

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY

Our Research focuses on teenage offspring of

parents with Bipolar Disorder

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Teens may be asked to participate in:

Brain imaging (MRI)

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