4 episodes

Listeners can expect to learn, relate and find hope in the pain and the strength shared by individuals with lived experience of mental illness and suicide.

Your host, Cecilia Marie (CM) Roberts has been involved in community-based suicide prevention work for many years. She currently leads the implementation of the Here4Hope project, Wellington County’s framework for promoting life and preventing suicide.

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    • Health & Fitness

Listeners can expect to learn, relate and find hope in the pain and the strength shared by individuals with lived experience of mental illness and suicide.

Your host, Cecilia Marie (CM) Roberts has been involved in community-based suicide prevention work for many years. She currently leads the implementation of the Here4Hope project, Wellington County’s framework for promoting life and preventing suicide.

    The importance of sharing to those that have lost a loved one to suicide.

    The importance of sharing to those that have lost a loved one to suicide.

    Loss by suicide can leave people profoundly changed with lifelong lasting impacts. Join me in a conversation with Jane Brown about finding hope after suicide loss. Jane is the Peer Navigator with the Wellington Support After Suicide Team.

    How unimaginable grief can be turned into service

    How unimaginable grief can be turned into service

    Myrna Hutchinson lost her son Steven to suicide. In the years since she has turned her grief into an act of love for other young people through GetInTouchforHutch. Join Cecilia Marie Roberts as she and Myrna talk about the transformational power of grief. 

    What we see when we look closely

    What we see when we look closely

    Resilient: The Portraiture of Wayne Simpson is a stunning journey into the wisdom and resilience that comes with struggle. Join Cecilia Marie Roberts as she and Wayne talk about the power of the lens, the book and what it has meant for him to venture into the world of others.

    The connection between art and healing

    The connection between art and healing

    Art can be used to give voice, open hearts and minds, foster acceptance in short to strengthen community. Join Cecilia Marie Roberts as she and Michelle Peek, Executive Director of ArtNotShame explore the importance of using art to heal.Your host, Cecilia Marie (CM) Roberts has been involved in community-based suicide prevention work for many years. She currently leads the implementation of the Here4Hope project, Wellington County’s framework for promoting life and preventing suicide.*** Trigger warning – some discussion of suicide loss.

    • 28 min