Our evolved cognitive bias is magnified in illuminating ways in mental illness.
Tips & information from experts at Sunnybrook’s Department of Psychiatry.
The largest Canadian study on suicide reporting found certain types of suicide reporting result in increases in suicide deaths. (Please remember that...
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Research is showing that the way the media talks about suicide can save lives
Roughly 10 to 15 per cent of women in Canada experience postpartum depression. Here are some tips and advice for women and their families.
"To me, the potential to be even a little bit 'okay,' is huge," writes Sky Zazlov, who has treatment-resistant major depression.
Expert advice on how parents can talk to their kids and help answer their questions about traumatic events.
Let’s face it, talking about depression isn’t always easy, but there are so many benefits to opening up and getting help.