Blogathon Vancouver 2008: Meet the Participants – Isabella

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Isabella Mori – An inspirational blogger who dedicates her time to helping others, Isabella is the former coordinator of the Vancouver Blogger Meetup group and still holds an important role in the local blogging realm as well as the Twittersphere.

i’m a psychotherapist in vancouver, canada. i’ve been working in the field of mental health, counselling, psychotherapy and movement therapy for 15 years and enjoy helping people build better lives. [Moritherapy]

Isabella’s website: Moritherapy
Isabella’s cause: Canadian Mental Health Organization
Isaballa’s Blogathon motivation: “right now all i’m thinking about how i’m connected to all these other bloggers from the vancouver blogathon and the blog-a-day, how this is going to be an experience of a lifetime, and how this is going to get me feel even stronger about the organization i’m sponsoring, the canadian mental health organization in the vancouver/burnaby region.” [Moritherapy]

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  1. isabella moriSaturday, July 26th, 2008 — 1:04pm PDT

    thank you so much for the intro! so good to have you here now. how long will you be blogging for the blogathon? and how are you doing?

  2. Miss604Saturday, July 26th, 2008 — 1:08pm PDT

    I’m not sure how long I’ll last – it’s been a tough couple of days and I’m at the airport right now. John was also up with Duane and Raul last night so we’re both going to be zombies… but we’ll try to see what we can do.

  3. Jeff PulverSaturday, July 26th, 2008 — 1:17pm PDT

    Thanks for participating in this great event and for your efforts in making this happen. You are making a difference. You are an inspiration and you are a role model for others to follow.

    Thank you for doing this. 🙂

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