Wednesday January 18, 2012

Mental Health

Getting To Snow You   

Keeping upbeat is the best state-of-mind during inclement weather

Submitted by Angela Herd/Voice file photo


he Voice inquired with Angela Herd Director of  the Family Hope Clinic in Surrey to see if she had any tips on staying stress-free during the inclement weather.


"The winter season is here and many people are searching for support for a variety of issues related to mental health and well-being but not sure where to find help in the sea of resources," she said in an e-mail Wednesday. 


"If you have to venture in the snow, give yourself extra time to get where you're going. If you are house bound, maybe this is the break you needed to slow down and enjoy your home/family/pet/ hobby," said Herd. "If you're anxious that it's never going to end, remember the rain is just around the corner to take it all away!"


"I'd like to invite you to take a moment to check out the link  and 'Like' us on Facebook!" she said.


"Your 'Like' for the The Family Hope Clinic, helps us to become more visible to the community as a viable resource for them to try. If you know anyone thinking about counselling or looking, please let them know that at The Family Hope Clinic, "The first session is always FREE!"


Questions? Comments? Contact Angela directly at 778-888-4660 or e-mail here.

Angela Herd, Dip. CSW, BA, DVATI
The Family Hope Clinic Inc.

604-510-HOPE (4673)

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