mental health

UBC study seeks to learn if at-home workout apps improve health during pandemic

Trial will give people access to yoga, HIIT or barre training

 

COVID-19 burnout: Can-do attitude gives way to anxiety, despair for many

One-fifth of Canadians say they will experience ‘high levels’ of depression if isolation continues into summer

 

Create meaningful connections as pandemic continues: CMHA Kelowna

‘We have to recognize we’re in a crisis and we need to give ourselves the grace and the time in order to manage it’

Trudeau announces $240M funding for online mental health platform, virtual healthcare

The federal government is also provided $175 million in funding to AbCellera for research

Column: Time and space take on new meaning amid pandemic

Opening Our Eyes by Nan Dickie

  • Apr 28, 2020

Here2Talk: B.C. launches free counselling service for post-secondary students

Province expedites new mental health app in wake of COVID-19 pandemic

Summerland to offer mental health webinar

Event will examine ways of coping during COVID-19 pandemic

CMHA branch offers connection tips during pandemic

How to stay connected with family and friends during these unprecedented times

Researchers study how pandemic affecting people’s mental health

Dr. Anita DeLongis, a UBC health psychologist, wants to hear from public online

B.C. lawyer, professor look to piloting a mental-health court

In November, Nova Scotia’s mental-health court program marked 10 years of existence

  • Feb 20, 2020

B.C. MP wants to decriminalize self-harm in military

NDP’s third attempt to improve mental health assistance within the military

Coroner emphasizes jury’s recommendations in B.C. teen’s overdose death

16-year-old Elliot Eurchuk died of a fentanyl overdose in 2018

Prominent psychologist to talk about mental health at Kelowna Downtown Library in February

Irene Spelliscy presentation will cover how to handle and deal with stress

60% of Canadian workers would take a pay cut for better mental health support: survey

Survey found 77% of workers would leave for better wellness initiatives

“Before I Die” project launches in Kelowna

Project head said the installation contributes to mental health conversation

North Okanagan youth mental health services boosted by RBC

$50,000 grant gives youth greater access to services

Winter blues are real and understandable

CMHA Kelowna says if symptoms get serious, get professional help

Telus invests in North Okanagan youth’s mental health

$10K grant will go towards in-class education, reducing stigma

Vancouver Island police first in B.C. to offer mental health resiliency training

Departments from Oak Bay, Saanich, Central Saanich complete trauma training class