Stay Healthy this Fall

As the colder weather settles in, it can be tricky to get outdoors, keep a routine, make healthy food choices and to stay happy and healthy.

The Bow Valley PCN has a team of qualified clinicians and programs to support elements of your health and wellness this Fall. Here are a few ways to start, learn or refresh your routine…

1. Book a free private consultation with one of our Clinicians:

Active Living Consultant, Kiley Torti, has a well-deserved following of locals who value her supportive and energetic approach in meeting their specialized needs. Kiley willl help you to create a realistic and safe active-living program; answer questions and customize your routine based on your health conditions or past injuries to get you moving safely!

Mental Health Clinician, Kate Rive, who we are excited to welcome as our NEW Mental Health Clinician, her practice is trauma-informed and culturally sensitive; grounded in attachment, mindfulness, and systems theory. Kate can meet with adults 18+ to improve overall emotional and mental well-being; adjust to family or lifestyle changes and transitions; cope with stress, anxiety and depression; and to support healthy relationships and lifestyle habits. Please note: for urgent, acute or severe mental health concerns or addictions, please consult your family doctor or visit for a directory of local resources. If you are at risk of harming yourself or others please go directly to the Emergency Department at Canmore General Hospital or Banff Mineral Springs Hospital.

Pharmacist, Jolene Gunn, who brings passion, years of experience and provides education on topics such as sleep, neuorplasticity and pain management. Jolene will review your medications and medical concerns with a goal of finding ways to optimize your health. From specific dosage questions, side effects, new treatment advice, or if you are looking to reduce the number of medications you take Jolene is a great care provider to have on your health care team.

Registered Dietitian, Zarifa Monson, brings a wealth of knowledge and a passion for improving people’s lives through informed diet and nutrition. Zarifa will meet with you to review your current habits, answer questions, and provide tips to support you in improving your nutrition journey for a healthier mind, body and soul!

Call 403-675-3000 to book an appointment with one of our clinicians.

2. Take a FREE Online Community Class

Visit the Community Class & Events Calendar for complete listings:

3. Prioritize your Mental Wellness:

  • Book free or very affordable counselling session within three business days through If you are struggling with your mental health or just want someone to talk to, book a free or very affordable counselling session at This service provides barrier-free access for people of all ages and backgrounds. Focussed counsellors for children, families, seniors, 2SLGBTQ+, addictions and more. Also available to Bow Valley residents online or by phone.
  • Visit for a complete list of local Mental Health Resources.

4. Start your Indoor Walking Program, attend:Take the First Step – Open House at the Canmore Walking Lane
A free event where you can learn about accessing the walking lane, enjoy refreshments, pick-up swag and connect with Kiley, the Bow Valley PCN’s Active Living Consultant. Canmore Rec Centre, Monday, Nov. 7, 10:30 a.m. – 12 noon – drop-in, no registration necessary.
 Click here for more information.