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Lived Collective is a community and therapeutic space for people with lived experiences in mental health, madness, and neurodivergence.

Lived CARE

Lived CARE offers mental health services in the areas of Counselling, Advocacy, Research, and Education. Lived CARE providers and collaborators have their own lived experiences with the mental health system, whether that be personally or through supporting a loved one. This unique insight into recovery and navigation of mental health challenges allows our practitioners to provide a therapeutic space that prioritizes trauma-informed care, human connection, and authenticity. If you have lived experience in mental health and would like to work with us, please reach out for more information.

Lived Magazine

Lived Magazine is a publication about our lived experiences. By our community, for our community, the magazine is comprised of lived experiences, art, writing, resources, and more from mad and neurodivergent people around the world. The magazine aims to provide people with lived experience a platform to share their perspectives and passions, dispelling stigmas by redefining what mental health means to us. 

CARE Services




Virtual counselling services for adults and couples living in Ontario who are looking for support with emotional dysregulation, trauma, relationship issues, and navigating tough times. 


Advocacy & Research

Collaborate with our team on an advocacy or research project that focuses on community well-being, mad and neurodivergent identities, and lived experiences.



Educational workshops by

our community, for your 

community. Provide your team, organization, and place of work or study with a comprehensive mental health workshop built from a lived experience perspective.

Free Consultation

Book a 20-minute phone consultation for more information on our services.

"Between the stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space lies our freedom and power to choose our responses. In our response lies our growth and our freedom."

Viktor E. Frankl

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