Do you have an elderly loved one living with mental illness or mental health challenges? This free three session workshop can help.
What was it like growing up surrounded by mental illness in a time when no one talked about it? Join us to hear James FitzGerald’s story at the 2019 Low-Beer Lecture.
Dance the night away and support our programs on October 16!
Dedicated to solving one of the stickiest worries for caregivers: how to deal with stressful situations and keep harmony in the family.
The aim of this workshop is to provide caregivers with both preventive and in-the-moment crisis interventions for their loved ones.
This workshop will create a climate of trust and connection for both people with BPD and family members. Explore your challenges and improve communication.
Coping with a loved one’s mental illness can be difficult and stressful. Meditation can help–sign up for this workshop series.
It is tough to set and understand boundaries in relationships. In this workshop, caregivers will practice setting boundaries while respecting their loved one’s limits.
Is your home so full of stuff that it gets in the way of your daily living? If this sounds familiar, register for our Hoard No More workshop today! Space is limited.
In this workshop, you will be introduced to communication skills that have the potential to defuse conflicts and improve relationships when a loved one lives with BPD.