Mental Health
Why Mental Health In The Workplace Matters

Why Mental Health In The Workplace Matters

The Canadian economy loses $51 billion each year from mental illness.
The Cost Of Doing Nothing Mental Health In The Workplace

The Cost Of Doing Nothing: Mental Health In The Workplace

What many employers don’t realize is that investing in employee mental health is a good business decision. Not only does it affect productivity of the company, but it also has legal implications.
New Experiences New Challenges

New Experiences, New Challenges

For many Canadian kids, heading back to school means the excitement of a fresh start.  But for some, it is a time of high anxiety.
Back To School And Keeping Well

Back To School And Keeping Well

This September over two million children and youth in Ontario are heading back to school.  It’s a time of mixed emotions and no two students are going to feel the same.
Michael Landsberg Sick Not Weak

Michael Landsberg: Sick, Not Weak

Michael Landsberg, host of TSN’s Off The Record, talks about how to stay strong when dealing with a mental illness.  
Reduce The Stigma Reduce The Hurt

Reduce The Stigma, Reduce The Hurt

“Snap out of it,” “pull yourself together,” and “just cheer up” — these are words that most people with depression will have heard at some point in their lives, most often from well-meaning friends and relatives.
A Case For Early Intervention

A Case For Early Intervention

The emotional well-being of children is as important as their physical health. Good mental health allows children and youth to develop the resilience to help cope with life’s difficulties and grow into well-rounded, healthy adults.
There Is No One Solution To Mental Illness And Addiction But One Value System Will Help

There Is No One Solution To Mental Illness And Addiction, But One Value System Will Help

Homelessness, mental illness, and addiction are complex and interwoven problems that have always affected our society.