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  • Writer's pictureMona Cooley


When difficulties arise, is your family all too familiar with patterns of “tiptoeing around” or “holding back how you are really feeling”? Is your family able to transform difficult family situations into positive outcomes? Does your family suffer because of not knowing how to have respectful, honest, healthy conversations?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be interested in an opportunity to develop the skills to help your family. Learn the tools that allow each family member to express their perspectives and feelings in healthy interactive ways. Gain the ability to better understand each others’ points of view rather than focusing on individual perceptions.

Want to find out more?


There is currently an opportunity to become a participant in one of the sessions of the Harmonized Health Pilot Project program. This 10-week fully funded course allows family members experience “proven results” on how to have honest healthy conversation about difficult situations.

The program is designed to help family members who have someone in their circle suffering from mental health or addiction challenges. Family members learn how to manage the conflict and stress arising from these situations – regardless of loved one’s state of readiness for change.

If you are curious to find out more, PLEASE reach out to to obtain further details. If you like what you hear and would like to participate next steps as to how to become more involved will be provided.

" Would highly recmmend anyone to take these sessions. These should be offered in schools, workplace and home Check out the website. read blogs. They are truly there and care to help you! Seriously go! Doreen Hortnes

" This is a great program that I think is a game changer in mental health." Anonymous Participant.

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