A mindfulness exercise video to help you identify, understand, and ride out urges and cravings for addictive, compulsive and harmful behaviours.
A short film profiling a participant in the At Home/Chez Soi mental health and homelessness research project, as he cooks a group breakfast.
Beginning with a definition of cognitive enhancement (using off-label drugs to improve normal brain abilities), this talk discusses amphetamines and executive function.
Interview with a Vancouver, BC man who is homeless after completing a drug rehab program, talking about housing conditions in the Downtown Eastside and systematic barriers to stable mental health and sobriety with housing.
Detailed research findings on mental health issues among Australian legal professionals.
A creative student film with nattated citations edited between fictional portayals of situations of peer influence in a fashion shoot, party, and a girl’s suicide attempt.
A leading neuropsychiatrist describes how our body and brains function in modern society.
The head of a research institute on substance use disorders explains their biological and social causes and courses.
Childhood neurodevelopment and environmental conditions that lead to substance use disorders, and why compassionate treatment should involve social and other factors.
A genetic scientist learns his twin brother is ill from alcoholism and travels through the Canadian Rockies to visit him in hospital, along the way explaining epigenetics to the camera operator and comparing it to the scenery. Awesome short documentary.