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UPLIFT for caregivers

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UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Thursdays, from October 19 to December 7, and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Thursdays, from October 19 to December 7, and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Thursdays, from October 19 to December 7, and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Thursdays, from October 19 to December 7, and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Thursdays, from October 19 to December 7, and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Thursdays, from October 19 to December 7, and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Thursdays, from October 19 to December 7, and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Tuesdays, from October 10 to December 5 (excluding October 31), and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Thursdays, from October 19 to December 7, and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.

Animations of people on computers, walking or dancing.

UPLIFT for caregivers

graphics of people dancing, on laptops and a woman and child walking while holding hands

UPLIFT stands for “Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts”. It is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy program that improves depression, and overall psychological quality of life. Groups of 5-8 adults meet virtually for an hour once a week for 8 weeks.

The sessions teach valuable coping strategies and topics that include: coping and relaxing, monitoring thoughts, and preventing future low moods.

Participants must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a caregiver for someone who is living with epilepsy
  • and be struggling with depression or anxiety.

This 8-week session takes place on Tuesdays, from October 10 to December 5 (excluding October 31), and is specifically for caregivers. It is being led by Eden Peters, one of Epilepsy Toronto’s Child & Youth Services Coordinators. There are other UPLIFT programs offered for people living with epilepsy, their partners, or with a focus on employment.

If you are interested in being part of any of our UPLIFT program sessions, please complete an UPLIFT form.