If you can’t get through a real-life conversation without picking up your phone, that’s a sign of overuse.
Youth mental health
This page features info from Sunnybrook’s division of youth psychiatry
Taking a social media time-out might be good for your brain and body.
Back-to-school can aadd additional stress if your youth/teen is living with a mental health condition. Experts offer some approaches to ease the...
Expert advice on how parents can talk to their kids and help answer their questions about traumatic events.
The emotional and mental health effects of cyberbullying can be extensive, including fear, low self-esteem, depression and increased anxiety.
Mental health literacy can help reduce stigma, and potentially save lives. What you should know about caring for your mental health.
Five basic tips to help youth and their families find mental health help in Toronto.
Although the cause of Carrie Fisher's death was reportedly a massive heart attack, one could say that she actually died of bipolar disorder.
Misconceptions about bipolar disorder can be harmful. If one thinks bipolar disorder in teens doesn’t exist, one won’t recognize the symptoms
Where do you start? What resources are available? And how can you be sure you are getting the care you need for yourself or a loved one?