Throughout Mental Health Week, meet the visionaries who are leading the search for the difference makers in Canadian. Today we hear from Sandi Treliving, co-chair of CAMH’s new Difference Makers – 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health initiative.
We will also hear from the granddaughter of an original difference maker, Dr. Joseph Workman, the father of Canadian psychiatry who in 1853 was superintendent of Toronto’s Provincial Asylum originally located on the site of CAMH. Click here to read her introduction to a mental health rennaisance man.
May 1st is Doctors' Day, and CAMH is fortunate to have 390 talented physicians, including our team of Hospitalists. Read how this small but mighty group of doctors are leading the way in providing compassionate, patient-centered care for those in need.
Tuesday, May 2
Jim Treliving is leading the team of visionaries searching for Canadian mental health heroes. Hear how he is working to make 2017 a year for mental health.
Wednesday, May 3
Peer Positive: Integrating the voices of people with mental health and addictions issues into the system of care.
Mapping out the meaning of community: South Asians with schizophrenia share their perspectives about what the concept of community means to them and how it has helped or created barriers in their recovery.
For Lisa Hudson, dialogue is not only essential to helping break-down stigma, and to bringing people together around the importance of mental health, it is also the key to getting more people the reach out for the help that they need. Click here to learn about her involvement in the CAMH Difference Makers Initiative.
Thursday, May 4
Suits Me Fine Fashion Show- Celebrating Client Recovery
The 13th annual client fashion how is being hosted once again by Toronto fashion icon Jeanne Beker. Watch the event, which was livestreamed via Facebook Live.
Mary Simon wishes more people knew what she does – that mental illness is treatable. See how she is involved in the CAMH Difference Makers Initiative.
Friday, May 5
Coming into the light, finding peace: See how Christine, a CAMH client, is recording her recovery journey in words and photos.
Celebrating Child & Youth Mental Health Day ( two days early)
Improving care with a mobile app for youth - CAMH researchers and partners are creating an app to deliver a better treatment experience for youth with depression or anxiety.
Giving Voice to Youth - Why engaging youth in their mental health care is leading to better outcomes.
Like many of us, the moment Dexter Nyuurnibe decided it was time to finally open up about mental illness came from a deeply personal place. See how he is involved in the CAMH Difference Makers Initiative.