Bounce Back®: Reclaim Your Health
If you’re 15 or older, have mild to moderate depression, or are struggling with stress or anxiety, Bounce Back® can help.
Bounce Back® offers the following free resources:
Bounce Back® Today videoadd
Get tips on managing your mood, sleeping better, building confidence, increasing activity, problem solving and healthy living. To watch the video online, go to www.bouncebackvideo.ca and use the access code: bbtodaybc
Coaching on the Phone, Videoconference or Textadd
A trained Bounce Back® coach will help you learn skills to improve your mental health. Your coach will help keep you on track and offer support as you work through the program materials. All materials are available online or hard copies can be mailed to you if you prefer.
A doctor’s referral is required to use the coaching program. You can download this referral form and take it to your doctor, a Foundry Centre if there is one in your community or local walk in clinic.
Bounce Back® Onlineadd
Bounce Back® Online is a self-help program that gives you the skills to manage your depression or anxiety and feel better at your own pace. It uses video modules, e-books and interactive worksheets designed to give you the tools you need to help yourself. Register Now to get started.
Can’t decide which option is right for you?
The online program might be a better fit for you if you like independent learning in an online only environment. If you need more support in working through the program, or if you get stuck, ask your doctor for a referral to the coaching program.
“Thank you for being my coach. I really found the CBT program interesting. It helped me to calm down and look at things in a different way instead of getting angry or upset. I enjoyed it very much and I would recommend the program to others.”
"I have gained more confidence and peace within myself. I am not as critical with myself and if I am, I am able to catch it and stop before spiraling down. I am standing up for myself."
"The Bounce Back program has given me a better understanding of my anxiety and how it affects my day to day in a way that leaves room for compassion for myself."