Contains national sites on mental health, psychiatry, and psychology, with a focus on treatment.
Describes major mental illnesses and outlines their incidence and prevalence, causation, impact, stigma, and prevention and treatment. From the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).
Assisting with program development, research, and to promote the professional use of horticulture as a therapy.
Promotes good mental health and advocates for social change.
Supervises training and maintains ethical standards in music therapy. Includes directories of music therapy centres in Canada, with related resources.
Largest mental health and addictions facility in Canada. Site contains information about the centre as well as mental health resources.
A directory of mental health assistance, resources and events sorted by province and community.
Funds investigation of the most common inherited form of mental impairment and developmental disability, and provides newsletters and discussion groups, invites applications for research grants, and explains how to donate or join.
Information and articles from this quarterly publication, in print since 1994, for victims of anxiety disorders, their families and friends. Includes a message board, links and poetry as well as subscription details.
Michael Gordon offers private clinical practice in coaching/psychotherapy. Includes profile, information about services, weblog and contact form.
A Toronto-based, non-profit organization which provides information and resources on eating disorders and weight preoccupation.
Offers personal and professional training and therapeutic applications incorporating neuro linguistic programming (NLP).
A voluntary membership organization to provide a service of networking, education, and marketing for our member therapists. Includes a member referral service.
Provides information about the disease and links to other web sites dealing with this mental illness.
A family therapist and public speaker who offers information on her clinic as well as reports, articles, resources and suggested reading.
A state of the art centre that treats and cares for people with psychiatric disorders and brain injury. Located in the parkland region of Alberta. Includes a facility tour and summary of their programs.
An organization for families who have suffered the death of a child from any cause. Provides contacts at local chapters, articles and information about Sharing Meetings and volunteering.
Non-medical group involved in researching and overcoming central nervous system disorders through nutrition. Concerns include clinical depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), schizophrenia, fibromyalgia, Tourette's syndrome, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
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