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In a short YouTube video from the Collaborative Research Team to study Psychosocial Issues in Bipolar Disorders (), a community-based participatory research group located at the University of British Columbia, tips for improving physical fitness and diet are shared as methods to improve quality of life in bipolar disorders.
Peer Researcher Victoria Maxwell, who is living well with a Bipolar Disorder, demonstrates fitness and dietary choices while the video's narrator Network Lead Dr. Erin Michalak describes healthy...
Men's Mental Health: Canadian Perspectives is a short video interviewing men and women in the street in Montreal.
Starting with "I don't know" in answer to questions, it turns out that people do actually have lots of insights about men's mental health and how to approach getting help.
The video is produced by Dr Rob Whitley from McGill University.
The Vancouver Police Department's Victim Services Unit has a new member - service dog Lucca.
This specially trained therapeutic dog helps victims of traumatic incidents by accompanying them to court, interviews, and other situations where an empathetic furry friend can...
For youth, being newly diagnosed with a bipolar spectrum disorder can be a scary and confusing time.
is a participatory community-based research group from UBC that studies bipolar disorders. In one of their initiatives, Peer Researcher Andrea Pacquette co-led the Bipolar Youth Action Project (BYAP) that studied Vancouver Island youth living with bipolar disorders, and how they managed the illness.
This brief but powerful video compiles key messages from the BYAP Youth Action Group, sharing hope,...
In "Clear Skies," an excellent animated video from the Healthy Aboriginal Network, family violence is explained as an issue of intergenerational trauma, while at the same time victims are encouraged to find safety and heal.
A Canadian production, still there are dynamics that apply to similar situations in many cultures.
If you are in an abusive relationship, you can find help and support in the Hot Peach Pages, an international directory of domestic violence agencies....
A brief interview with Mark Henick, a board member of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, and person with lived experience of mental health issues and suicide attempts.
Mark's tireless mental health advocacy to combat stigma has led to numerous speaking engagements, including a popular TEDxToronto talk on "Why we Choose Suicide."
This year for Mental Illness Awareness Week, Mark has been chosen as one of the Faces of Mental Illness.
A cool animated short presentation on the ethics of using neurotechnology to prevent violent crime. "Neurotechnology for Our Homes and Our Nations: The Neuroethics of Privacy and Security" by James Giordano.