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Eluma Productions to host ‘United We Speak’ by Bell Let’s Talk

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Bell Let’s Talk – Eluma Productions is honoured to host the United We Speak evening of mental health awareness presented by Bell Let’s Talk on Wednesday, November 15 at the Intercontinental Toronto Centre. Keynote speaker Margaret Trudeau, Canadian icon and mental health advocate, will discuss the topic of ‘Changing My Mind’.

Panelists include: Invictus Games Team Canada Competitor, Joel Guindon; Paralympian, Kevin Rempel; and Dr. Katy Kamkar, a psychologist from CAMH/Badge of Life Canada –. The discussion will focus on mental health and resiliency, the essence of adaptive sports such as the Invictus Games, and mental health awareness among public safety personnel.

The event is organized by Anahita Negarandeh, Founder of Eluma Productions, which is an internationally focused events production company. Having survived suicide and fought with several psychiatric diagnoses in silence for nearly a decade, Anahita initiated the United We Speak event originally in Barbados to unite people from all walks of life and bring forth a positive change in breaking the silence of mental health.

What: United We Speak evening of mental health organized by Eluma Productions presented by Bell Let’s Talk.

Who:   Margaret Trudeau – Canadian icon and mental health advocate Joel Guindon – Invictus Games Team Canada Competitor Kevin Rempel – Paralympian

Dr. Katy Kamkar – Psychologist, CAMH and Director of Badge of Life Canada Anahita Negarandeh – Founder, Eluma Productions

Lena Demarco – Regional Director, Bell Community Affairs

When: Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m. – Registration opens/hors d’oeuvres reception 7:00 p.m. – Opening remarks and Bell Let’s Talk video 7:10 p.m. – Panel discussion

7:30 p.m. – Keynote speaker 8:35 p.m. – Closing remarks 8:45 p.m. – Reception

Where: Intercontinental Toronto Centre

225 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Tickets can be purchased

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