Andrea Paquette AKA Bipolar Babe – Public Salon Talk in Vancouver

Andrea Paquette, AKA Bipolar Babe, shares her personal story in a brief 8 minute talk to over 500+ people at the Vancouver Playhouse in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Shaw – GenWhy TV – Stigma Free Zone-Interview w/Andrea Paquette

There are numerous stigmas that exist in society such as mental illness, racism, sexual orientation, that contribute to our perceptions and attitudes of people. The Stigma-Free Zone programs support and educate individuals, especially youth, to manage their personal mental wellness. GenWhy TV talkes with Andrea Paquette at the Shaw Studio.

Andrea Paquette – Bipolar Babe – Courage to Come Back Mini Movie

Andrea is the winner of the 2015 Courage to Come Back Award for the Mental Health category. Have a glimpse into the life of the Bipolar Babe and please share if you are inspired! 🙂

This video is the property of Coast Mental Health.

Andrea Paquette AKA Bipolar Babe – 2016 Face for Mental Illness Sponsored by Bell Let’s Talk

Andrea Paquette, Executive Director, Stigma-Free Society AKA Bipolar Babe is a 2016 Face of Mental Illness for the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH), Sponsored by Bell Let’s Talk.

Andrea Paquette, the Bipolar Babe on SHAW TV, Victoria

Thank you to Daphne Goode and SHAW TV in Victoria, BC for showcasing the Bipolar Babe story and the great work of the Bipolar Disorder Society of British Columbia. We are truly grateful for your support.

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UNCUT: Part 1 of 2 – Bipolar Babe’s Mini School Presentation

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Here is Part 1 of 2 of Andrea’s Bipolar Babes Presentation at Sir Winston Churchill Secondary in Vancouver.
Life is about being authentic and Andrea is excited to share her uncut version of her talk. I think it is the funny things like the P.A. system and squeaky chairs that make it seem like you are actually there!

Thanks for your support! 🙂 ~Andrea

UNCUT: Part 2 of 2 – Bipolar Babe’s Mini School Presentation

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Here is Part 2 of Andrea’s Bipolar Babes Presentation at Sir Winston Churchill Secondary. Life is about being authentic so I am excited to share my uncut version of my talk. Once again, I think it is the funny things like the P.A system and squeaky chairs that make it seem like you are actually there! Thanks for your support! 🙂 Part 1 of this presentation may be found at:

2015 Courage To Come Back Award: Andrea Paquette’s Thank You Speech

Andrea delivers a thank-you speech to over 1400 people at the Vancouver Convention Centre, as the award recipient in the Mental Health Category, given by Coast Mental Health.

Global News – Courage to Come Back Awards: Andrea Paquette

Mon, May 4: Courage to Come Back recipient Andrea Paquette has opened up the online discussion about mental illness. Robdin Stickley has her story.