Entries by Diana

How to Let a Teacher Know You’re a Young Carer

If you feel like you are responsible for making sure someone is staying healthy and happy, you might be a young caregiver! And your teachers should be able to help make life easier for you.

Coping With Trauma

Trauma is defined as a mental, emotional and/or physical stress reaction that occurs after an event and can lead to feelings of shock, denial, anger, or numbness. Here’s how to help yourself or someone you care about.

Caregivers 55+

Getting older while still having to take care of a loved one with mental health challenges can be difficult. This free 3 part online workshop can help.

Quebec Symposium on Young Carers October 27th

Do you work with youth or families in education, health, social work or community services? This is an excellent chance for you to hear about best practices and to act on an important aspect of youth mental health! Register now.

Kids Impacting Kids: Helping Parents Cope

When one child is unwell, it impacts the whole family. How does having a child with mental health challenges, disability, or chronic illness affect their siblings? This discussion group explores the challenges parents are faced with and is open to parents and guardians. No family is perfect!

Symposium québécois sur les jeunes aidants, 27 octobre

Vous travaillez avec des jeunes ou des familles dans le domaine de l’éducation, de la santé, du travail social ou des services communautaires ? C’est une excellente occasion pour entendre parler des meilleures pratiques et d’agir sur un aspect important de la santé mentale des jeunes ! Inscrivez-vous maintenant.

I’m struggling with my mental health! But who can help me?

If you’re dealing with challenges like anxiety, depression, psychosis, or unresolved trauma, it can be confusing to know which professional could be best for you or for your loved one. We’ve put together a little guide to help you figure it all out.


What is self-harm, what does it mean, and how we can detect it? Like many addictions, it can feel overwhelming and all-encompassing, but it is possible to stop self-harming.