We Connect

Community Conversations

Facebook Live Conversations hosted by Darren Wednesdays 7 pm CST

Join us for our weekly live Broadcast with mental health advocates, addiction counsellors, business owners, teachers, coaches and many more to tell their story.

These raw and real connections offer insight, education, information and support systems so we may shine a light on our collective struggles.

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Thank you for supporting We Connect weekly broadcasts. We’ll be pausing for the Spring & Summer of 2022.

We will be back bigger and better than ever in the fall as we continue to bring awareness and support to mental health through the power of no fear and vulnerable conversations.

We had over 20 amazing and uplifting conversations this winter from our wonderful guests who ranged from teachers to business owners to military to mental health professionals! Absolutely amazing so thank you all...

We Connect Broadcasts

We Connect with Chantelle Miller

We are proud of her and excited to have Chantelle Miller as our guest on the We Connect broadcast. Chantelle has quite the journey and is ready to share with all of you how she turned her pain into her purpose after years of living in shame, doubt, worry, insecurity, unworthiness and very little self-love or self-awareness. She is a very good friend and local business owner of Vivacious Boutique Co. and also a coach of personal development!

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We Connect with Clint Moroz
We were very excited to have our good friend, Love My Mind Professional Partner and registered Psychotherapist & Counsellor Clint "Rosie" Moroz on the broadcast.
Clint spent 20 years as a classroom teacher within Saskatoon, before transitioning into the counselling and psychotherapy role. He brings forth and shares his background in; high level, elite athletics (U of S Huskie Hockey Alumnus), experience as a teacher and Special Education, instructor training in Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, and parent of two sons, to help support individuals, couples, families, groups, and sports teams, in the areas of mental health and wellness.
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We Connect with Julia Evans

Our guest from March 16th does actually have a one-of-a-kind story...as this luminous, resilient and courageous woman who has turned a series of traumatic life-altering events into a beautiful journey of finding self-love and acceptance. Join Julia Evans – The Lily Nurse, BScN, RN, PHN, CBP & Best Selling International author, registered nurse and energy healer as she shares her journey.

Learn what it's like to fully breathe it all in - the darkness, the light, the loops and turns, and everything in between. For we all have a story and just what to be seen, heard and taken out of the shadows.

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We Connect with CJ
Our guest Christine Johnston is a music teacher, musician, song writer, music producer, and founder of Remedy Music School in Saskatoon, SK, Canada.
She owns and operates My Artistree, a successful, small business that she started in 2011. Christine is driven by what music can do to better an individual, and their life as a whole. My Artistree provides private music lessons to students of all ages and skill levels, with a focus on vocal training and building an individuals musical ear intelligence.
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We Connect with Tami Forrest
During our weekly broadcasts, our guests talk about their own journey along with all of the ups and downs that occurred throughout. They are also mental health advocates and are also looking to help and support people who are struggling. This weeks guest Tami forrest is no different as she is a fitness trainer, registered cardiology technologist, wife and mother of three beautiful children.
Tami's journey with mental health and wellness began at a very young age with being self destructive and her “fat” body! Then through her teenage years her negative body image and self hate worsened. In her mind she was never skinny enough, pretty enough, or popular enough. This self destruction led to a life with anorexia and bulimia; while her anxiety was taking a firm grasp on her mind set...
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