Canadians are hearing CMHA’s call to GET LOUD for mental health and they are raising their voices to end discrimination, stigma...
Balance: Calgary’s Mental Health Blog
Mental Health Resiliency Workshop How to keep your spirits up when you’ve been hit by the economic downturn.
Lifting the Veil on Mental Illness According to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), one in five Canadians will experience mental illness in their lifetime; however, despite this statistic, the epidemic of mental illness remains shrouded by stigma and reticence. Unfortunately, silence is the worst remedy possible.
Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Awareness The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in the Calgary area is celebrating their 60th anniversary by hosting the Now I’m Stronger campaign from January 18th until March 18th. There are going to be 60 conversations in these 60 days. The conversations will circulate around mental health and addiction recovery, and will be shared...
Alberta’s mental health review praised, action urged Nearly three years after her troubled son died by suicide, Joy Pavelich is hailing the province’s mental health review as a blueprint that could have helped her family.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CMHA – Calgary Optimistic About Mental Health Review Recommendations Calgary – February 22, 2016: Laureen MacNeil, Executive Director of the Canadian Mental Health Association in Calgary is optimistic a commitment to the full implementation of the recommendations from the Mental Health Review will herald a new era for Albertans living with mental health...
A new conversation about mental health Joy Pavelich from Canadian Mental Health Association – Calgary Region sits down with Michael Higgins from Alberta Primetime to discuss the 60 Conversations in 60 Days campaign.
Fortney: Mental health advocates speak out in wake of Huntington shooting Calgary Herald MacNeil, whose organization has a 60 Conversations in 60 Days campaign (cmha.calgary.ab.ca, Twitter hashtag NowImStronger), says there has been much progress toward an issue that affects up to one in four Canadians at some point in their lifetime.
Starting a “New” Conversation about Mental Health Global News Joy Pavelich, Canadian Mental Health Association – Calgary Region, and Bryce Lokken, Campaign Conversationalist. We learn about a strength-based approach to talking about mental health. CMHA.Calgary.AB.CA @CMHACalgary
60 days of mental health conversations: What makes you stronger? MetroNews Canada Joy Pavelich, leader of community engagement for the CMHA Calgary region, said the conversations will take many shapes including blog posts, videos and big events like the Calgary Flames mental health game. “The whole idea is there will be room for …
Economic Stress 770 Radio Cindy Negrello interviewed about mindset of people taking jobs in current economy
Christmas Stress Calgary Herald Cindy Negrello interviewed about holiday stress and tips.
Seasonal Affective Disorder Shaw TV Interviewing Dusana Plechlo about Seasonal Affective Disorder