Sue Paish, CEO changemaker in several health-related companies. Separate mental health and substance abuse. Improve access to coaching during pain management (vs. opioid-first-always). Change collective mindset among leaders. How to get things done.
“I think one of the challenges that mental health has always had is that it was pushed out of view. We always knew there was a crisis in mental health.” Dr. Alika Fontaine shares his ideas to stabilize the system and move things forward.
Some experiences are so profound they leave a lasting mark, shaping who we are and who we become. Our workplaces are the beneficiary of Stéphane’s experience in Rwanda and what happened after. His ideas on transforming workplace mental healthcare. Which of the 3 buckets of workplace mental health programs does your organization belong in?
Reflections on the power of being a leader and sharing one’s mental health story from past president and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
My colleagues and team members are passionate about mental health. I’m happy to share some of their reflections and tips, based on their own experience.
Ideas on removing stigma from Scott Elliott, executive director of the B.C.-based Dr. Peter Centre, one of the world’s most recognized care facilities for HIV/AIDS.
Dr. Matthew Chow has noticed one defining characteristic among his young patients since the pandemic started. “I’m worried about the loss of hope,” he says.
Mother’s Day can be a complex and emotionally-charged day for many. While it’s meant to celebrate motherhood, the reality is that sometimes there isn’t a “Hallmark card” that fits.
The seemingly bottomless appetite for education around psychopharmacology has become a passion for me.
Forming and maintaining supportive emotional bonds, whether with people or pets, is a powerful protector of our mental health.