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Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy

As humans, our ability to sleep and rest during the night is critical for us to be able to function during the day. Consider the last time you didn’t get a good night’s rest; you might have struggled the following day to maintain focus and energy. 

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Black History Month: The Future is Now

As we celebrate Black History Month this February, Canadians typically look to the diverse legacies of Black Canadians. We raise awareness of past achievements and celebrate the enormous contributions that Black Canadians have made to this country.  

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Families are key to recovery

My name is Adina Hauser, and I am a social worker and therapist in Toronto, Ontario. I have over a decade of experience working with youth, young adults, and their families with complex mental health and substance use disorders. I have been involved on a volunteer basis with Eli’s Place now for a few years, supporting the development of the model of care and evaluation strategies for the future of Eli’s Place. I am proud to support such an important and vital addition to our system and our community.

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Stigma around mental health remains pervasive and powerful

We are facing a mental health crisis. 1 in 5 Canadians struggle with a mental illness and suicide is the number one health related cause of death for young people in Canada. One of the factors that is contributing to the mental health crisis is stigma.

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Exploring Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

In the history of mental illness and psychology, there have been many proposed forms of treatment. However, the most effective are those that are evidence-based, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT). Here, we’re going to explore what DBT is, who it helps, and how you can access this treatment for yourself or loved ones.

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