Mental health and resiliency in a time of change - Featuring guest speaker Tyler McGregor, RBC Olympian

Jan 22, 2021 | Elinesky Schuett Private Wealth Management


Join us on February 17 for the next event in the Elinesky Schuett Speaker Series.

Two people at the crest of a snowy mountain

Please join us on Wednesday, February 17 for a discussion about mental health and resiliency.  We are excited to be joined by Charmaine Collins from the "How are you, really?" campaign, Cyndy Moffat Forsyth, Director at Integrated Youth Services Network (IYSN), and RBC Olympian, Tyler McGregor.

Kindly RSVP by Monday, February 15 using the link below.

Wednesday, February 17   1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Hosted on WebEx


Special guests

Charmaine Collins, How are you, really?

Charmaine Collins is the driving force behind the social media campaign “How are you, really?”, with proceeds benefiting the Integrated Youth Services Network. Over the past two years, Charmaine and her committee have hosted a gala masquerade to raise funds for various mental health services in Guelph and area. In addition to her mental health advocacy, she is a full-time Realtor in Guelph and Wellington county and a volunteer fire fighter.

Cyndy Moffat ForsythCyndy Moffat Forsyth, Director, Integrated Youth Services Network

Cyndy Moffat Forsyth is the inaugural Director for the Integrated Youth Services Network. She is responsible for bringing the vision to fruition by working collaboratively with the communities of Wellington County and Guelph. An active community volunteer, Cyndy is currently a member of the board of directors and chair of the Asset Development Committee for the Guelph Community Foundation.


Keynote speaker

Tyler McGregorTyler McGregor, RBC Olympian

Tyler McGregor first joined Canada’s National Para Hockey Team in the fall of 2012, quickly earning a regular spot in the Team Canada line-up. His résumé includes bronze at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games and silver in 2018, and IPC World Para Hockey Championship gold medals in 2013 and 2017, when he scored twice in 13 seconds to help Canada past the U.S. in the final. McGregor, who ranks fifth in all-time national team scoring with 142 points (76G 66A) in 109 games, was named captain of Team Canada ahead of the 2019-20 season.


Hosted by

Elinesky Schuett Private Wealth Management of RBC Dominion Securities


Kindly RSVP by Monday, February 15.

Please contact our office at 519-822-2024 or if you have any questions.

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