Our primary goal is to provide resources to assist you on your recovery journey.

Bryce Wylde 

Bryce Wylde is a leading Canadian alternative medicine expert, educator, clinician, author, and philanthropist. He is a regular guest and a member of the medical advisory board for the Dr. Oz show. Bryce is featured in our documentary, When the Voices Fell Silent, where he focuses specifically on the role of evidence-based alternative medicine in achieving optimal mental health.

Dr. Don Colbert 

Dr. Don Colbert is a medical doctor (board certified in anti-aging medicine and family practice), a New York Times Bestselling author and a guest on the Dr. Oz show. Dr. Colbert played an integral role in Sean’s recovery and is featured in our documentary, When the Voices Fell Silent, where he speaks to the impact of inflammation on mental health.

Canadian Mental Health Association

As part of a leading national organization in mental health, the Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg has been an active advocate since its incorporation in 1984 for the development of comprehensive services and support for people recovering from a mental illness. Through innovative services, information, education and social action, CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg works to promote positive mental health to ensure that people with mental illnesses are full participants in our community.

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CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg

NeuroScience Inc. 

NeuroScience is committed to delivering personalized health care solutions. In conjunction with Pharmasan Labs, Inc., NeuroScience provides licensed health care providers with integrative clinical assessments and proprietary nutraceuticals to identify and target neurological and hormonal imbalances. Through its Assess & Address™ approach, NeuroScience empowers forward-thinking clinicians to better understand each patient’s unique biochemistry, and guide him or her toward optimal health.

Manitoba Schizophrenia Society

Dr. Xavier Amador 

Dr. Amador works with individuals lacking insight into the fact they are mentally ill. Dr. Amador’s book, “I am not sick, I don’t need help!” is a resource for family members and/or therapists that trains them how to help a person with mental illness to accept treatment.

Dr. Norman Doidge

“The Brain that Changes Itself” A book on the brain’s ability to rewire itself (referred to as “neuroplasticity”) in response to positive thinking. The book contains recovery stories dispelling the myth that the brain is a fixed machine incapable of regaining function if damaged.


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