Compassion Fatigue: When Caring Takes its Toll

It is important to feel compassion for yourself as well as others. If you don’t take care of yourself it can lead to compassion fatigue.

Take the time to try Meditation: A few minutes a day can bring many benefits

Meditation can be a great coping strategy and there are many benefits.

Stop missing out! How to Deal with Social Anxiety

Social anxiety can render you uncomfortable, stressed, and anxious. But help is available!

Dealing with Grief: When you miss someone or something you loved

Grief is a natural reaction to loss, but it can become all-consuming and overwhelming. Understanding grief and knowing how to work your way through it (at your own pace, in your own way) is important.

MAiD and Mental Illness: A Complex Issue

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) for mental illness is a complex issue that our panel discussed on November 2nd, 2023.

Artificial Intelligence: Technology and Mental Health

How has artificial intelligence helped in the field of mental illness? Where are we now, and where are we headed?

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.

Mental Illness or Normal Life Stresses? The dangers of self-diagnosing

What are the dangers of self-diagnosis? When is a mental illness an illness or simply poor mental health? Why should we be careful when researching information online? Is it really all that bad?

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.

What to do if someone you know is suicidal

Do you know someone who you think is suicidal? Want to know how you can help them? Check out our advice to help you and your loved one.