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Mood Disorders Ottawa

MDO is a registered nonprofit, volunteer-run organization 
that supports people with mood disorders and their loved ones.


When another group or organization sends us information they wish to be posted or distributed, you will find it/links to it here.
Also see Resources.

CBT - flyer

CBT is now more available for adults with mental health disorders,  This is part of Ontario’s Increasing Access to Structured Psychotherapy (IASP) program. 
Referral is by physician or nurse practitioner. The referral form is available here.  For questions about referral contact the IASP intake team at 1-877-527-8207.


Free dental screenings are offered by Ottawa Public health from time to time. Please see flyer for exact dates. Contact information is at the bottom.   September dates.

FRIENDSHIP SUPPORT GROUP - October Activity Calendar

The FSG is a peer support group of adults living with mental illness.  Join them every Wednesday for an evening of friendship and engagement.


OCD 'Changing Minds' Conference/3Nov - Registration     Flyer
This full-day event brings together individuals living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), their supporters and mental health care professionals in a supportive, collaborative and interactive environment.

About Overcome Anxiety Clinic (OAnx) Yoga Program / Susan Anderson
The OAnx program is a yoga-based, natural and holistic approach to managing and overcoming anxiety. It is designed for those who suffer from, for example, stress, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder and PTSD. The OAnx program may be particularly relevant for someone with OCD since anxiety is typically part of this disorder.  The program includes gentle yoga (no yoga experience required), education, meditation, mindfulness and self-regulation tools and techniques to break the psychological, biochemical and physical cycles of anxiety. 

She will be offering two Overcome Anxiety Clinics™ this fall. You can find more information about them here.


Singing in a group can support your recovery and health - check it out.
Think you can't sing, but love singing?  Or you can sing and want to do it in an informal group?  Pitch (im)Perfect Singers is for you.  The goal is to create a safe and fun atmosphere where everyone, regardless of their ability, can experience the intellectual, emotional, and physical benefits of singing, along with the social rewards of singing in a group.  They sing a wide range of popular songs in unison to backing tracks, to maximize participation and inclusivity.  Songs and themes change from week to week.
Meets at Kitchissippi United Church every other Wednesday​!  $10 per session.

THE ROYAL - website

"Dementia and Behaviour Therapy” with Nancy Lesiuk, RN BScN and Nick Feltz, BST of The Royal.

 Thursday October 18, 2018 (registration is required) at 7 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm); Auditorium @ The Royal



Check ou the New Edition of the Champlain LHIN Adult Mental Health Family Support Services Calendar – with 30 pages of resources available to families throughout the Champlain region.

Free and open to the public:

Schizophrenia Family Education Group – each Thursday evening in October

Family Support Group & Family Information Group – 3rd Tues of the month beginning Sept 18; one group meets the need for support and one group meets the need for information and education.

Forensic Education Series at The Royal in November

NAMI Family to Family Education Program in Pembroke: September-November


8:30a-4:30p @ The Royal
Women in Mind 2018 will celebrate current knowledge of treatment and recovery in women’s mental health . You will hear from leading experts in psychotherapy (CBT and IPT) as well as from experts who work in treatment planning with women diagnosed with both mental illness and developmental delay. You will also learn about the impact of trauma, and how it can impact treatment decisions. The conference will host an Art Show (and sale) featuring women artists whose recovery is enhanced through art.