Wednesday, May 7, 2014
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
1201 Argyle St.
Building on its past successes, the Salon gathers 44 organizations whose mission is to offer help and support to people living with mental health problems and their loved ones.
The day is packed with conferences: Vivre avec le stress… un défi pour tous, by psychologist Marie-Josée Boileau; La face cachée du sommeil, by Dr. Diane Boivin, Douglas Institute researcher and author of “Le sommeil et vous”; Quand les valeurs du travail nous envahissent, by another Douglas researcher Michel Perreault, who wrote the book “Je ne suis pas une compagnie! L’intrusion des valeurs corporatives dans notre intimité”; as well as a conference on immigration and mental health by Angela Stoica, a teacher and specialist in intercultural relations and communications.
At 3 :00 p.m., you can watch a stage play, “Si prêts, si proches”, presented by the Société québécoise de schizophrénie.
Cocktail at 4:00 p.m.
It’s all free and open to everyone!
Info: Isabelle Fortin: email@example.com or 514 761-6131 Ext. 2770.