Our vision is to reduce the impact of anxiety disorders on the lives of all Manitobans. The Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba aims to:
- offer self-help for all Manitobans affected by anxiety disorders
- provide Cognitive Behavioural Programs (CBP), and ongoing support groups for the prevention, education, early intervention and management of anxiety disorders to adults.
- provide resources for children, adolescents, adults, families, employers and health care professionals
A.D.A.M Executive Assistant
Public Education and Communications Coordinator
Cognitive Behavior Therapy Group Facilitator
Outreach Worker - Swan River
Outreach Worker - Eastman
Outreach Worker - Burntwood
Outreach Worker - Central
Outreach Worker - Interlake
Outreach Worker - Westman
Outreach Worker, CFC Program Team Leader - Parkland
Dr. Patricia Furer
Tasha Ellis is a law student at the University of Manitoba, and raising three young children with her husband. Between semesters, Tasha runs a small HR and recruitment consulting business, and has volunteered as a board member for local, provincial and national organizations. Previously, she worked as a a career consultant at the U of M, a project consultant here at ADAM, and as an outplacement consultant in the private sector after completing a Bachelor of Commerce degree. Tasha first connected with ADAM in 2003 as a participant in a CBT group, went on to facilitate several CBT groups, and was honoured to join the Board of Directors in 2018.