Academic Stress and Ways to Help

For many university students, school can be overwhelming. The good news is, there are ways to help lighten the load even just a little bit. Check out this blog to learn more… Read more

An Interview About Anxiety

According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada, one in four Canadians will have at least one anxiety disorder in their lifetime. Read this blog to learn more about anxiety and ways to manage it… Read more

Handling Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace

Did you know that 40% of Canadian workers experience bullying on a weekly basis? When in a toxic environment where bullying takes place, an individual may feel a range of emotions which can lead to many unhealthy symptoms such as headaches, frustration, or even a loss of appetite. … Read more

Understanding Self-Harm in Youth

Self-harm occurs most often in teenagers and young adults and, in fact, approximately 10 percent of American teenagers are thought to engage in various self-harming behaviors… Read more

Seeking Comfort in Conversation

Empathy is rather instinctive in humans but under some circumstances we may find it difficult to truly express it in various situations. By looking inward at our own behaviours, we are able to shed preexisting assumption or bias that could hinder our empathic abilities when providing a safe space to listen… Read more

Benefits of Exercise on Mental Health

One area of health that will often get forgotten when looking at the advantages of exercise is the positive influence it has on mental health. Research has shown that there are various ways in which exercising positively shapes our mental wellbeing… Read more