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Community Mental Health Program top tips for fostering recovery in others

April 25, 2023 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Intended audience

As a family member or caregiver, we understand that your loved one’s mental health or substance use health can have a significant impact on you. The Royal’s family information and support events are intended for family members or caregivers of individuals with a mental health or substance use health issue. These events are an opportunity to learn from our experts, find out about available resources, and connect with others who share a similar experience. There is no cost to participate but registration is required.


Philip Grandia, PhD, CPsych
Clinical Psychologist, The Royal

Timothy Moran, PhD, MD, FRCPC
Psychiatrist, The Royal


This Community Mental Health Program family information and support session is open to family caregivers who reside in Ontario.

The family sessions are geared towards the family caregivers’ coping, mental health and wellness within the context of supporting a loved one, rather than focusing on the individual they care about.

This special session is an open discussion hosted by Dr. Timothy Moran, psychiatrist, and Dr. Philip Grandia, psychologist, of The Royal’s Community Mental Health Program. Dr. Moran and Dr. Grandia will provide a brief 10-minute presentation on their most frequent recommendations to family members and natural supports regarding how to best foster recovery for their loved one. The remainder of the session will be spent answering your questions related to how you can support the work of psychiatrists and psychologists providing care to your loved one.

In addition to a live question and answer period during the session, Dr. Moran and Dr. Grandia welcome your questions in advance in preparation for the session. Submit your questions when registering for the Zoom session.


The Royal Family Information and Support Group




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