ICMH highlighted on CFAX 1070 Wellness Weekend Show

Even though we’re all literally doing it every single day, it can still be one of the most difficult transitions in a person’s life; getting older. There are so many changes that come with ageing – mobility, activity levels, social interaction and overall health. Pam Lewis is a nurse and also the Director of Community Program Development at Island Community Mental Health and part of her job is to support those 65+ as they face some of these changes, including a diagnosis of a chronic disease. Pam talks about the challenges of ageing and how to support the elderly in your life through this transition.

If you are interested in the Aging Well Program – CBT And Mindfulness for Older Adults Contact Darlene Arsenault at 250 389 1211


AGING WELL Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for people 55+ – March 7 – April 16, 2016

This ten week program is for people aged 55 and up who would like to achieve a more balanced outlook on life, with an emphasis on the positive aspects of aging.
Some of the tools we will practice are: mindfulness, assertiveness and goal setting.
Healthy Snacks will be served

March 7-May 16, 2016
Room #211-125 Skinner St.
To Register Contact Darlene Arseneault:
Phone: 250—884-9762

Download the Poster: Aging Well March-May