"I want to help others in the same way that I've been helped. If I can use my experience t
o help even one person overcome their struggles, then it's all worth it." - Wayne Gretzky (Hockey)
Our mission is for athletes to achieve mental wellness and thrive in their sports by providing compassionate support and resources.
Mental health is just as important as physical health, and by accepting their well-being and adjusting their mindset, they can overcome mental health challenges and reach their full potential.
We aim to create a culture of openness and acceptance around mental health in sports, trying to motivate athletes to prioritize their mental health and achieve their full potential.
A little bit about myself
I have been playing Hockey at a competitive level for 11 years now.
I originally started out in China when I was 6 and I moved to Toronto at 11 years old. I have been playing at AAA level for almost 4 years now.
During the 2021-2022 season, I was drafted into the OHL. While I was injured during my Hockey career,
I was thinking of an Athletic healing club that can guide and help me along my Hockey career.
My experiences in Hockey inspired me to start this club and help others in need.
The following video is one of my previous innovative projects on ball games,
which can represent my innovative thinking and practical ability.
Hockey is a physical sport that involved intense competition and a high level of stress both on and off the ice.
As a result, Hockey players are at risk of developing mental health issues. However,
many athletes fear that admitting to mental health problems will be seen as a sign of weakness and may not seek for help.
Therefore, this website aims to provide a comprehensive resource and environment for hockey players who are struggling with mental health issues.
We offer information and resources on common mental health conditions, advice on seeking help, and resources for finding treatment.
Our goal is to create a safe space for Hockey players to discuss mental health and promote a culture of openness and acceptance.
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