By Helen-Maria Vasiliadis Canadian mental health, dépression, government funding for mental health, medicare for mental health, mental disorders, mental health initiatives, mental illness, psychological services, psychotherapy, suicide
Publicly funding comprehensive treatment for depression is cost-effective Could we be doing more to prevent suicide in Canada? The answer is an unmitigated, yes. Access to timely and appropriate interventions for depression, including drug therapy and psychotherapy,can significantly improve health outcomes and reduce the number of deaths by suicide. Yet these needs are not […]
By Paul Kurdyak and David Goldbloom access to care, Canadian health care, health care, Mental health, mental illness, Psychiatrist, psychotherapy, stigma
We are talking openly about mental illnesses and addictions now more than ever – and that’s a good thing. Efforts to address the stigma associated with mental illnesses have made it easier for people who have been suffering in silence to seek help.