The Way Out, Is In

Today is March 21, 2020. The World is in a state of emergency in regards to a virus called COVAD19. A strain that is causing severe infection and high death rates. But you know all of that already.

We are all in a part of history. We have not heard from anyone who has not been infected in some way. There is so much information to process, everyday things change and we have to react to the new news.

This process will and is taking a toll mentally on a lot of people. Loss, Trauma, Anxiety and Stress are a part of daily life at a much grander scale than ever before in recent history.

We are here to help you manage all of the challenges you are facing. We are mental health professionals, advocates, and survivors. We have compiled information for you. To help you learn or enhance skillsets that you possess that allow you to think rationally, to manage and process your emotions. To provide information of how to communicate your feelings, setting boundaries. All of these skills will have the opportunity to stregnthen from use. Everyday the challenges can be more emotional than you have experienced.

We know these struggles from personal experience, we know these issues professionally, and we have access to leading edge information on trauma and the brain provided by education of Hull Services staff (Shawn O’Grady – our mental health clinician) by Dr. Bruce Perry.

We have put together educational informaiton in conjunction with Hull Services. There are 12 topics and we will release 2 topics per week. We will support the lesson plans with follow up webinars to discuss the lesson material. We will have special guests on the webinars as well.

Webinars will always be on the most recent topics. We will record and post everything here.

Please give it some of your time. Even if you are doing ok, it is better to be prepared and confident, than scared and uncertain.

We look forward to meeting you at one of the webinars.


Bob Wilkie

President – I Got Mind Inc.

Course Available – March 30th

A discussion of the pitfalls of trying to make sense of the events that are happening. Trying to make sense is dangerous to our mental health depending on how far we take it.

Live Webinar – April 1st 6:30 pm MST

Special Guest – Kelly Hrudey

Lesson release – April 6th

With so many emotions occuring each day during this time, we can become overwhelmed. If we can communicate with those around us how we are feeling it can help diffuse situations before they happen.

Live Webinar – April 8th

Special Guest – Shaun Clouston Head Coach of the Kamloops Blazers, NHL player TJ Oshie.