About The Film:

Through a series of interviews with mental health professionals, wellness experts, and individuals who have experienced mental health challenges, the film offers insights into the benefits of self-care techniques such as mindfulness, exercise, and creative expression. The film also examines the impact of daily habits such as sleep, nutrition, and social connections on mental health and well-being.


Nick Foley - Finding Balance Documentary

Nick Foley

Nick is the proud father of two, a husband, and an educator and coordinator at Loyalist College. Nick has a Masters of Leadership from the Lang School of Business at the University of Guelph. To manage his companies, speaking travel, business interests and social entrepreneurial initiatives- he relies on his daily protocols to get the most out of his day, which he offers to others in the various programs he facilitates. 


Sarah Hutchison - Finding Balance Documentary

Sarah Hutchison

Co-Founder/Chief Empowering Officer (CEO) of We Thrive, a holistic wellness centre in Downtown Belleville. Loves to gather people and hold safe space for life-changing, transformative experiences that inspire healing, connection and self-development.

Jen McCutcheon - Finding Balance Documentary


Jen McCutcheon

Lifestyle Transformation Coach, founder of TrulyConnected. Jen specializes in, and passionate about empowering women to live their best lives in alignment with their truth.  

Using customized tools, including mindfulness, movement, and self love, our programs strive to reconnect women with their true identity, confidence and power guiding beautiful souls in living purposeful, joy-filled, and authentic lives.  

Sandie Sidsworth, Fonding Balance Documentary


Sandie Sidsworth

Sandie is the Executive Director of the Enrichment Centre for Mental Health, a non-profit agency that strives to enhance the mental wellness and quality of life of people in our diverse community.

Johanna Goodfellow, Finding Balance Documentary

Johanna Goodfellow

Johanna is mom to three incredible kids and works full-time in social work. She is an aspiring writer, avid hiker and overthinker. She has been previously published on BLUNTmoms, Scary Mommy, Elephant Journal and Huffpost Canada.

Matt Davis

Matt is a father of two and works as aircrew traveling the world. He regularly practices meditation, yoga and journaling.

Patricia Kammer

Patricia’s recently published book, Love’s Voice Changes You, emerged out of a collection of what she calls “Pat’s Patters,” weekly messages sent to online friends. These messages began to come through in answer to Pat’s cry for help at a time of personal desperation and need for immediate answers.

After over fifty years on a Spiritual path the head knowledge found her heart so she could finally walk her talk with confidence and certainty.