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By Sarah Hall, Contributing Writer In 2012, the Canadian government introduced cuts to the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP), which provides health coverage for immigrants seeking refuge in…

By Amanda Bartella In the 1970s, Pat Ogden began paying attention to the connection between her clients’ dissociations from their bodies and their psychological concerns. With the development…

By Jennifer Lezcano The holidays can be a stressful season for many of us, especially when old family traditions still exist and you have started to develop new…

By Rebecca DiFilippo The holiday season can be daunting for many, especially for those who live with depression and/or anxiety. This time of year is busy and stressful…

By Paul Tedesco I’ve been asked repeatedly: Why do you write about your mental illness? It only invites unwanted criticism and name calling. Being known as someone who…