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Janine De Rosie, Susan Lytle and MaryLynn Reddon D’Arcy displaying puppets

Puppet power to the rescue

Puppets help teach children positive communication skills, problem-solving and emotion management.

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Dr. June Lam

Improving mental health care access for transgender people

CAMH doctors try to address challenges faced by transgender individuals accessing health care services.

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Dr. June Lam

Improving mental health care access for transgender people

CAMH doctors try to address challenges faced by transgender individuals accessing health care services.

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Brady family

Two CAMH youth patients accomplish rare feat

Two students got their high school diploma while simultaneously completing treatment through CAMH’s Youth Addiction and Concurrent Disorders Service.

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Teenage boy playing video games

The increasingly blurred lines between gambling and gaming

Video games seem to have a way of transcending culture, language, and geography, but there’s a darker side to consider.

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Dr. Juveria Zaheer

CAMH physician of the year

Clinician Scientist Dr. Juveria Zaheer feels honoured to be named CAMH physician of the year for 2019.

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Dr. Catherine Zahn receives Lifetime Achievement Award from the University of Toronto

CAMH is pleased to recognize that CAMH President and CEO Dr. Catherine Zahn is the 2019 recipient of a Faculty of Medicine Dean’s Alumni Award.

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Spiritual care team

Spiritual Care team offers unique perspective

CAMH’s three-member Spiritual Care Services team comes from many different walks of life.

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Tony Aglak

Inuit patient reconnects with his roots through soapstone carving

Soapstone carving was recently offered as a pilot program in an effort to offer culturally relevant programming to Inuit clients.

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Dr. Sean Hill

The Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics introduces its international team of scientists

Centre aims to fundamentally change how we understand and treat mental illness

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