Thursday, January 20, 2021, 6pm – 8pm
Amie Archibald-Varley (RN, MN-CP
Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mental health issues. Everyone can sometimes feel anxious or depressed and may need support or skills to cope as best as possible. For many of us, anxiety and depression can have a profound effect on our lives depending on our own lived experiences. Our goal is to explain what each of these conditions entail, how to recognize them, share strategies to mitigate and cope, and how to support people who live with anxiety and depression.
This event will be facilitated by an ACMP member and a panel of mental health experts who specialize in discussing anxiety and depression. Our invited guests will provide context to what anxiety and depression are, how they affect our lives and share their experiences with our audience. The main part of the event will include a panel discussion with our experts and the remaining time will be allotted for participants to interact with our invited professionals.
This event will be hosted online via Zoom, where folks can meet and talk. Although there is a social component to the meeting, we must be clear that this is just a panel discussion and not an individual counselling session. If participants are interested in such services, we will be happy to share resources and assist in any way possible.
On Thursday, January 20th, 2022
6pm to 8pm
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