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Registration for our Summer 2020 season

This is a reminder that registration for our Summer 2020 season opens this MONDAY (June 15) at 10am. All groups will be taking place online….

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Register for our BIPOC Support Group

  Spots are still available in our BIPOC Support Group! Register for free at www.sheenasplace.org.

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Getting By When There’s Lots of Grief

This summer, we’ll be offering single-session webinars in place of our typical single-session in-person workshops. On July 3, two of our wonderful facilitators will be…

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What It’s Like Being a Black, Body-Pos Female Trainer In an Industry That’s Mostly Thin and White

“Black, body-positive female trainers very much exist, and they’re leading the charge for change in the wellness industry and disrupting the status quo. Not only…

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Webinar – Coping with COVID-19: Managing Mental Health in Uncertain Times

Did you miss our “Coping with COVID-19: Managing Mental Health in Uncertain Times” webinar in April? Well you’re in luck! Join us for a repeat…

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People of colour are significantly less likely to receive support for their eating disorder

Despite similar rates of eating disorders across people of all races, people of colour – particularly Black women – are significantly less likely to receive…

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BlackOutTuesday

Sheena’s Place stands with #BlackOutTuesday. While today is World Eating Disorders Action Day, we are choosing to listen to the voices of Black mental health…

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Sheena’s Place on CHUM, VIRGIN and NEWSTALK 1010

These times of uncertainly are challenging for everyone and those challenges are further amplified for individuals coping with mental illness like depression, anxiety, and eating…

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Mindfulness 101 Webinar – May 22nd

Join us for our 3rd webinar – Mindfulness 101 – next Friday, May 22! Register for free here.

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The reason zoom calls drain your energy

Feeling drained after videoconferencing with friends, family, colleagues, or your mental health or medical support team? It turns out this is very common and to…

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An interesting perspective of the resilience of those living with mental health challenges

“Part of our odd success may be because we’re used to this. We’ve dealt with everyday terror in our brains and bodies for years.” An…

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WaterStone Foundation Financial Aid Program

Did you know that WaterStone Foundation is providing financial aid to those seeking eating disorder treatment?

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