RESOURCES

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GET THE FACTS

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Evidence-based fact sheets written by Psychologists are published online by The Canadian Psychological Association. A great place to start if you're trying to figure out how to help yourself or a loved one.

MANAGING STRONG EMOTIONAL REACTIONS TO TRAUMATIC EVENTS

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The Association of School Psychologists offers tips about managing strong emotional reactions to tragedy.  A great resource for parents, teachers and families.

BREATHE TO HEAL

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Max Strom shares his thoughts about breathing, and demonstrates a breathing practice to cultivate calm in this fast-paced world.

REDUCING STRESS: THE MINDFUL WAY

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Whether you browse this site to use one of the .mp3 files to meditate, or you take the entire Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Course online, Palouse's site is a valuable resource for people trying to manage stress.

TWELVE TIPS TO IMPROVE SLEEP

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Healthy sleep habits can make the difference between restlessness and restful slumber. Simple tips that work.  A resource published by the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School.

TREAT YOURSELF WITH KINDNESS

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Dr. Kristin Neff's research on self-compassion has made this idea more understandable and accessible to us all. A series of TED talks are available for watching, and if you wish to try a practice or two, there's some of those too.

HOW TO HAVE A CONVERSATION WITH A MATE ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH

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The government of Queensland offers  valuable and thoughtful tips on how to open a dialogue with loved ones and friends about mental health.

WAYS TO HELP A LOVED ONE AT RISK OF SUICIDE

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Author Rhitu Chatterjee offers practical suggestions about how to help loved ones who are acutely distressed or talking about suicide.

HELPING CHILDREN MANAGE DISTRESS IN THE AFTERMATH OF A SHOOTING

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The American Psychological Association offers tips to parents who may be struggling with how to talk with their children about a community shooting at a school or elsewhere.

RESPONSIVE BEHAVIOURS IN OLDER ADULTS

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Actions, words and gestures, such as spitting, hitting, and grabbing, may emerge as a result of changes in the brain. They typically signify an unmet need in persons with dementia, complex mental illness and/or other neurological disorder. Behavioural Supports Ontario offers information, tools, resources and links to programs in your area.

FEBRUARY IS PSYCHOLOGY MONTH

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Every February, Psychologists host events to discuss how psychology contributes to the well-being of people and communities. Click to learn more about role of Psychologists in Canadian mental health.

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