A Project of the British Columbia Psychological Association
VANCOUVER, May 1, 2014 /CNW/ -
Piece of Mind is an art exhibition running from May 1- 20 2014, showcasing 28 pieces of art that answer the question: What does psychological health mean to you?
May 1- May 20 2014, with the opening night gala May 8, 2014 at 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Vancouver Public Library Central Branch Moat Art Exhibit, 350 West Georgia Street,
Piece of Mind is an initiative of the BC Psychological Association intended to foster dialogue about mental health, mental illness and psychological treatment and recovery.
Piece of Mind focuses on wellness while striving to stimulate and inspire individuals. We are inviting individuals to showcase their creativity by demonstrating artistically what psychological wellness means to them. The project aims to promote healthy coping and reinforce the importance of psychological health; while encouraging discussion within the community.
Piece of Mind is an initiative of the BC Psychological Association (BCPA).
Established in 1938, BCPA and its members are committed to supporting the emotional and psychological well-being of British Columbians. BCPA believes that everyone deserves access to high quality, clinically proven psychological care provided by Registered Psychologists.
Registered Psychologists meet the highest standards for patient care, including extensive training in proven psychological assessments and treatments, rigorous ethical and professional standards, and are regulated Health Professionals.
Piece of Mind is a partnership between the BC Psychological Association and the Vancouver Public Library. Sponsor: Opus Art Supplies.
SOURCE: British Columbia Psychological Association
For further information: Rick Gambrel at 604-730-0501 or email [email protected]; www.mypieceofmind.ca