Use your computer or smartphone to spend some rewarding time learning about trends in mental illness and mental health. Presented live by doctors in McGill University’s Psychiatry Postgraduate Program. The hosts interact with you, and you can send in live questions and comments through Facebook while watching. Registration not necessary, and you do not have to have a Facebook account to watch the presentation. Videos can be watched at a later date if you miss the live event.
Social Media & Internet Addiction
The world has changed dramatically in the wake of the internet, mobile phones, and social media. In this live Facebook event, residents of McGill University’s Department of Psychiatry discussed how these technologies relate to mental illness, addiction, and coping strategies for the digital world we live in today. This was an interactive online event that took place September 12, 2018.
Marijuana is now legal. Residents from McGill University’s Department of Psychiatry joined AMI-Quebec live on Facebook to discuss the pros and cons of marijuana usage in relation to mental illness. This was an interactive online event that took place October 24, 2018.
Want to learn on your own time, at your own pace? AMI has YouTube and SoundCloud channels, both available 24/7! Find all kinds of mental health information.
YouTube and SoundCloud can are easy to access on a computer or a smartphone, so you can learn anywhere. Check out our YouTube and SoundCloud pages and subscribe—you’ll get an alert every time there is something new to watch or listen. Tune in for more great resources from AMI-Quebec for the digital age.
We’ve created a YouTube channel with a variety of videos, including:
Conversations with mental health specialists on anxiety, psychotic disorders, navigating the healthcare system, and more.
Public service announcements on services and workshops available at AMI-Quebec.
An archive of appearances and events from years past that will continue to grow.
Imagine a place where you could get free help for depression or bipolar. AMI is here for you! On Monday, February 18, come to 4333 Cote Ste. Catherine for a support group for family, friends, and people..