The Medicine Hat
Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it. – Helen Keller
Committed to building a stronger, more resilient community through mental health education and research, Medicine Hat College, on behalf of the Brandon Niwa Legacy Fund – The Beej Project, has partnered with I Got Mind to engage the Medicine Hat region in important conversations around trauma, grief and loss amidst these difficult times.
I Got Mind and its founder, former NHL and WHL player Bob Wilkie have been working with the Tigers and other local groups since 2013. I Got Mind has hosted events in Medicine Hat, and we are excited to help residents with these webinars that are designed to educate and entertain. Our talks open doors of communication and give attendees the ability to begin their journey of becoming well and overcoming whatever issues they may be encountering.
Host and President of I Got Mind
Mental Health Clinician and I Got Mind Facilitator
Registered Psychologist and I Got Mind Facilitator
Former NHL Goaltender and long-time Mental Health Advocate
Head Coach and General Manager of the Medicine Hat Tigers
Amateur Scout for the Calgary Flames and Medicine Hat Local
Motivation Clarity Education Entertaining Insightful
Join us ONLINE!
Since 2018 the I Got Mind Team has been travelling throughout Western Canadian communities hosting live events to promote mental health and wellness. Since Covid-19 surfaced, we have moved our shows to online webinars that are easily accessible to everyone.
With the help and support of Medicine Hat College on behalf of the Brandon Niwa Legacy Fund, we will be hosting two live online events for the Medicine Hat community to help them understand what they can be doing for themselves to feel rejuvenated again.
Mental wellness is important to individual health, and each of us needs to take this seriously. If we are struggling, it can affect those nearest and dearest to us.