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Mental Illness Awareness Week & World Mental Health Day 2022

2022-09-19T10:53:22-06:00

Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 2-8, 2022) is a time to become more aware of the realities of mental illness, and educate yourself and others about the importance of mental health.We've said it before and we'll say it again - there is no health without mental health. While we teach largely about physical safety, mental [...]

Mental Illness Awareness Week & World Mental Health Day 20222022-09-19T10:53:22-06:00

Mental Health Week 2022

2022-04-27T10:33:04-06:00

Do you show empathy for others, and for yourself? Empathy is one of the qualities and actions that the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is focused on this year. The official definition of empathy is: "the ability to understand and share the feelings of another." (Oxford Languages) Lending an ear and listening to friends, coworkers, [...]

Mental Health Week 20222022-04-27T10:33:04-06:00

Mental Illness Awareness Week & World Mental Health Day 2021

2021-09-21T13:26:55-06:00

Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 3-9, 2021) is a time to become more aware of the realities of mental illness, and educate yourself and others about the importance of mental health.We've said it before and we'll say it again - there is no health without mental health. While we teach largely about physical safety, mental [...]

Mental Illness Awareness Week & World Mental Health Day 20212021-09-21T13:26:55-06:00

Six Tips for a Better Sleep (Infographic)

2021-09-28T09:03:18-06:00

Do you: Nod off in class or at your desk? Feel unexplainably irritable or moody? Have trouble concentrating at school, home, or work? Keep getting sick for no reason? You might have problems with your sleep schedule. Getting the proper amount of sleep for your age is crucial to a happy, healthy life. It is recommended [...]

Six Tips for a Better Sleep (Infographic)2021-09-28T09:03:18-06:00

Mental Health Week 2021

2021-04-19T11:34:17-06:00

This year's mental health week is all about naming and expressing emotions. Don't numb it, name it! Talk about how you feel, with someone you trust. Things may be extra stressful right now, which is why we have to work to protect our mental health even more. And voicing your emotions doesn't just mean angry [...]

Mental Health Week 20212021-04-19T11:34:17-06:00
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