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Jan 09, 2019
New book of compiled blog posts by a psychiatrist and an advocate that differentiates between two terms commonly interchanged that are, in fact, different.

Jan 07, 2019
Two Years of Trump on the psychiatrist's couch provides an analysis of the president by Canadian psychiatrist and author/artist, Dr David Laing Dawson

Oct 26, 2017
Dialogue for Descendants is a day long symposium for Children of Holocaust Survivors being held on Sunday, November 5 as part of Holocaust Education Week Toronto as a forum for education, discussion and engagement.

Oct 11, 2016
Lest we forget, the children of the survivors, both second and third generation, were impacted by the events of their parents' and grandparents' lives. Research shows that trauma can be transmitted from one generation to the next.

Jun 08, 2016
Author and psychotherapist, Pearl Goodman of "When Their Memories Became Mine: Moving Beyond My Parents' Past" will be presenting at the Trauma Talks Conference offered by Women's College Hospital, Toronto.

Apr 04, 2016
Alicia Hendley who writes with a passion and insight blending her background as a psychologist with her personal experience as a parent has written a book that is an invaluable resource for all parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Mar 16, 2016
David and Collet Stephan are being criminally prosecuted in Lethbridge, Alberta after their 19 month old died of meningitis and a lung infection. Baby Ezekial was treated with a mixture of natural remedies rather than taken to a medical doctor.

Mar 01, 2016
When a close member of a family develops a serious mental illness, the entire family is impacted. Compassionate mental health professionals understand this but, as empathetic as they are, it is often difficult to appreciate the full impact.

Jan 04, 2016
Sandra Yuen MacKay will be speaking in Vancouver, BC as part of a presentation on courage, strength and community in the face of mental illness

Nov 11, 2015
A Toronto psychotherapist embodies her parents' past in ways that aren't obvious to her and grows up in an environment she feels at odds with. Her parents' traumas during WW2 impinge on her life but she gains perspective, understanding and hope.

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