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Boys, men and self-injury​
Dr. Stephen Lewis of the University of Guelph came to CAMH on June 8, 2017 to talk about this topic. Lecture sponsored by the McCain Centre.​​
​​​​Youth engagement—by and for youth—at CAMH
For Mental Health Week 2017, we wanted to share how we #GETLOUD in support of youth mental health, and why the youth voice is so important to mental health research and service delivery.
Spotting the signs of psychosis early​
Dr. Joanna Henderson and Dr. Aristotle Voineskos are launching a new research project for determining early symptoms of psychosis so that patients can be treated as early as possible.
​Youth engagement at a CAMH conference
A post conference debrief session facilitated by one of the McCain Centre’s Youth Engagement Facilitators allowed youth to share their opinions about the conference and how future conferences might be planned to incorporate youth perspectives.  ​
Video: Cannabis Use From A Young Adult's Perspective
Dr. Joanna Henderson, Director of the McCain Centre, is among those who offer their expertise as CAMHTV profiles a young man who describes his cannabis use and how it relates to his depression and anxiety.
Honouring International Youth Day: CAMH’s Child, Youth and Emerging Adult Program
The McCain Centre is part of CAMH's Child, Youth and Emerging Adult Program.
Engaging youth in shaping research​
New CAMH initiatives are embedding young people in research as co-creators, led by CAMH’s McCain Centre.
Youth reaching for mental health care find a 'big gap' in delivery​
Teens across the country often talk about how difficult it is to navigate the health-care system for services when they're feeling distressed, said Dr. Joanna Henderson, a clinician-scientist and director of the McCain Centre.
Three new clinics for youth mental health are ‘one-stop shop’​​
Three new clinics geared to youth will offer a range of services on a walk-in basis.These services will be compared to the usual treatment youth receive in hospital-based, outpatient mental health clinics in Toronto.
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