- Lacey speaks openly about her experiences and feels that it is the best way to let others know they are not alone.
After three and a half years of treatment for generalized anxiety, an MRI revealed that she had a brain tumor in her frontal lobe.
Thankfully, after a craniotomy to remove the golf ball sized tumor it was confirmed that it was not cancer. And even more grateful, 80% of her so called ‘episodes’ completely disappeared six months after the surgery.
Most people are not able to get closure with mental issues like Lacey did.
Her goal is to remind others that it is ok to not be ok. We all have bad days and we have all felt negative emotions at some point in our lives.
- Super excited for this month’s theme. We are going to be talking about everything wellness, from self-care, creating healthy routines to stress management. Save the date guys and meet Dr. Joshua Lenti-Jones!!
Joshua Lenti-Jones was educated at the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver, in conjunction with direct tutelage from Dr. Tong Nian Zhuo, a modern master of classical methods. Joshua engaged in a portion of his practical studies at An Hui teaching hospital in Hei Fei City, China. He strives to help patients reclaim their original nature through greater health, knowledge and vitality!
- Kristine runs a six figure business from laptop and phone. She is a mother to 3 small children 5 year old and under. Life is busy but having the flexibility to create her own schedule makes life and lifestyle amazing!
Kristine will be sharing her perspective on wellness
- Christina Sall, is currently a student in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing -Advanced Entry at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Christina has completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Counselling at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
Christina is a strong migraine advocate working closely with Migraine Canada. She is currently working with Migraine Canada to attain approval for a new migraine medication to be put on the BC Pharmacare list. She aspires to further migraine awareness and promote mental health and wellness.