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New program called Living Life to the Full to help residents lead happier and healthier lives

Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority (RHA) and the Canadian Mental Health Association want you to know about a new program that will help you be happier, more confident and worry less. The program, called Living Life to the Full, helps participants learn new ways of dealing with what life throws at them.

“We’re pleased to partner with the Canadian Mental Health Association to bring such a valuable program to our region,” says Pat Olafson, Interlake-Eastern RHA Regional Director of Mental Health & Crisis Services. “Who doesn’t want to feel happier, sleep better and feel more confident? We are able to address those needs with this new program, in partnership with CMHA, which has had great success in other regions, provinces and countries!”

This program is for everyone and boasts interactive courses to understand feelings, thoughts and behaviors, and what to do about them. In eight fun, friendly 90-minute sessions, Living Life to the Full helps people make a difference in their lives. Each session is moderated by a trained facilitator and includes a booklet, handouts, exercises and discussions. This program helps participants have more energy, gain confidence, get out more, and enjoy better, healthier relationships in a meaningful and user-friendly training in life skills.

The course runs from Tuesdays, starting on October 25 to December 12, 2016 (10:30 am –noon) and  is held at Robert Jefferson Heritage Room, Gaynor Family Regional Library located at 806 Manitoba Ave., Selkirk, MB.
To register, participants can visit
Space is limited! Register today! There is a $30 registration fee that covers professional instructor fees and all course materials.

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