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Google Mental Health News May 6, 2015 - Darlene Steckley has her hair dyed with chalk by Sheila Robertson on Monday at the CMHA office on King Street as part of Mental Health Week activities in Brant. Local residents could have their hair dyed as a way to show support for mental health ...
Google Mental Health News May 6, 2015 - Educational assistant Nancy Boyce contacted the Star about the class endeavour Wednesday, after learning that a new Children's Mental Health Ontario (CMHO) report found that more than 6,000 young people who suffer from severe mental illness are ...
Google Mental Health News May 6, 2015 - Over the last several hundred years that concept of stigma has become instilled in the area of mental health, which has for many become an invisible mark, branded on a person by society and in the same manner that person faces shame and rejection.Doctors' Notes: Work with your employers to cope with mental health issuesToronto StarThis Mental ...
Google Mental Health News May 6, 2015 - ... of a man with a gun acting suspiciously. "There was no gun," OPP spokesperson Const. Marylou Schwindt said Wednesday. The person was located, was co-operative with police and taken for a mental health assessment, she added. No charges were laid.
Google Mental Health News May 6, 2015 - Dr. Nick Carleton, a clinical psychologist and associate professor at the University of Regina, works with police suffering from mental health issues such as depression and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He's in high demand, with an 18-month ...
Google Mental Health News May 6, 2015 - Pilot's assault conviction comes with mental health warning to Air Canada An Air Canada pilot's convictions for assaulting his roommate and wife — during an incident where he covered her in a bag and referred to her as garbage — left the judge suggesting his employer might want to take a look at his mental health status.and more »
ScienceDaily Mental Health News May 6, 2015 - Viewing violent news events via social media can cause people to experience symptoms similar to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Google Mental Health News May 6, 2015 - As members of musical group Joy of Jammin, Redgwell and Irvine joined their bandmates on Monday at Kiwanis Park's Vimy Ridge Memorial bandstand to sing loud, play their instruments and kick off Mental Health Week. They said the group has helped ...