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See how a unique program uses physical activity to improve mental health

March 13, 2014

An upcoming free presentation hosted by the International Initiative for Mental Health Leaders in partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and CMHA Ontario, will examine how physical activity can improve the health and longevity of people experiencing mental illness.

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Ken Jue designed InSHAPE and will talk about what makes it effective for improving mental health.

The presentation, “International Innovations in Mental Health Series: InSHAPE” is the second in a series of discussions hosted by the partner organizations. InSHAPE is an evidence-informed intervention using physical activity to improve the health and long-term care of people experiencing mental illness. Ken Jue, an acclaimed consultant committed to improving the well-being of people experiencing mental illness, designed and launched InSHAPE and will talk about what makes it effective.

For more information and to RSVP to attend the event, please visit the register online. Can’t make it in person? You can also register for the free live webinar.

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