Demi Lovato is putting her fans first for her upcoming Tell Me You Love Me tour.
The singer - who has announced two Canadian stops - will provide fans with free therapy sessions and wellness workshops through CAST Centers – a wellness, addiction and mental health program that Lovato herself used to attend and now co-owns.
On CAST Centers’ website, it claims that they "treat the whole person: body, mind and soul" and help to treat people suffering from addiction, depression, anxiety and co-occurring disorders.
Fans will have the change to sign up for the therapy sessions, led by CAST founder and CEO Mike Bayer, as well as listen to special guest speakers talk about their own personal journeys with mental health and wellness. In 2016, speakers from Lovato's tour included Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Phil McIntyre, Bea Miller and Metta World Peace, among others.
“It’s important that I use my voice for more than just singing, and I just know how important it is to use my platform to help others and to share my story in hopes it inspires people to either get into recovery or better themselves,” Lovato told host Robin Roberts on Good Morning America. “I think it’s very important to take away the stigma of mental illness.”
Lovato's tour will come to Montreal, Quebec on March 17 at the Bell Centre and Toronto, Ontario on March 19 at the Air Canada Centre. VIP experiences are available on both of those days.
More information can be found here.