Alfred & Shadow - A short story about emotions (education psychology health animation)
TED Talk: The Power of Vulnerability
Unyte-iLs: Polyvagal Theory
Helplines In Canada
Distress Centre of Toronto
Gerstein Crisis Centre
Assaulted Women’s Help Line
Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape
Suicide and Crisis Hotline (Canada Wide)
Mental Health Crisis Line (Canada Wide)
Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line (Canada Wide)
LGBTQ2S+, Gender & Sexuality
NIMH is a reputable source for information on various mental health conditions, treatment options, and research. They provide educational materials, publications, and resources for individuals seeking to understand and improve their emotional well-being.
Mayo Clinic offers a comprehensive section on mental health, providing reliable information on a wide range of emotional health topics, self-help strategies, and coping mechanisms. They cover various mental health conditions, symptoms, and treatment options.
Mind is a UK-based mental health charity that provides information, resources, and support for individuals experiencing mental health difficulties. Their website offers helpful guides, tips for self-help, and access to their helpline services.
PsychCentral is an online mental health resource that provides a wealth of information on various mental health conditions, self-help strategies, and resources. They offer articles, quizzes, and a supportive online community.
ADAA offers reliable information and resources on anxiety, depression, and related disorders. Their website provides self-help tools, educational materials, and tips for managing symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Headspace is a popular website and mobile app that offers guided meditation and mindfulness exercises. It provides tools and techniques to help reduce stress, improve sleep, and enhance overall well-being.
Verywell Mind covers a wide range of mental health topics and provides practical advice, self-help tips, and strategies for managing emotional well-being. Their articles are written by experts in the field.
Remember, while self-help resources can be valuable, they are not a substitute for professional help. If you are experiencing severe emotional distress or mental health concerns, it's important to seek assistance from a qualified mental health professional or contact us for a free 15 minutes meeting to guide you as per your individualized needs.
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