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Children with a broad range of coping skills overcome challenging situations more easily and experience less emotional distress. The webinar described two universal school-based mental health promotion programs. “Zippy’s Friends,” for 6- to 7-year-olds, and “Passport: Skills for Life,” for 9- to 11-year-olds, have convincing research to support their effectiveness...
Although suicide is preventable, rates in Canada have remained relatively stable over the last two decades. The assessment of suicide risk by clinicians and mental health professionals plays a key role in detecting risk and preventing suicide. We invite you to learn more about the process of assessing suicide risk...
Purpose This brief provides an overview of issues faced by people living with serious mental illnesses (and their circles of care) during COVID-19, along with considerations for policy development as we move into the post-pandemic period. It builds on the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s (MHCC’s) preliminary scan on COVID-19...
Returning to school after summer break is always an adjustment, but this year marks a return unlike any other. After more than a year of physical distancing, virtual learning, home schooling, and modified schedules, students of all ages may be experiencing heightened anxiety and uncertainty about the school year ahead....
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