my talk at mental health camp yesterday: it’s not about mental illness. it’s about mental health. in 1996, 510 murders occurred in canada. taking a prevalence rate of about 3% of violent crimes committed by people with mental illness, at Read More
today you may want to amble over to brainblogger, where i’ve posted an article apropos mental health camp. the post, social media and mental health, discusses some of the difficulties associated with the intersection between mental health and social media Read More
the following is a transcript of an email conversation with harold mayo, a mental health advocate from florida. harold is critical of talk of stigma in relationship with mental illness. this criticism arose in connection with the press release for Read More
still thinking out loud … when and why do people get to talk about mental health? there seem to be certain circumstances that make it more acceptable or easy to talk about mental health. as i am writing this i Read More
on may 18, i asked here on this blog, on twitter and on facebook what you think i should talk about at the upcoming mental health camp. this ended up being the winner: who gets to speak up about mental Read More
a little guest post by anne from creative fusion about the perhaps unlikely-seeming connection between mental health and spas: get thee to a spa. so a friend of mine ordered me several weeks ago. driving in incessant toronto traffic, organizing Read More
researching suicide, 1st person singular: mental health visions # 9 david webb from qldalliance on Vimeo.