CameronHelps explores the revolutionary new science of exercise and the brain: book review

February 24th, 2014

John J. Ratey has written several books on the topic of mental health. In Spark, he provides an excellent summary of the current research in mental health.

Bob Rae advocates for national plan on suicide prevention

January 5th, 2014

A tragic coincidence of events reinforces my conviction that Canada still needs a real strategy on suicide prevention.

SafeTALK teaches suicide awareness and learning to ask the hard question

December 1st, 2013

CameronHelps held a SafeTALK suicide prevention training session for over 20 of its volunteers, board members and staff.

‘Silence Hurts’ topic of suicide prevention talk in Halton

November 24th, 2013

The HSPC is attempting to raise awareness and break the silence around the issue to help reduce the stigma associated with suicide, prevent it, and get the word out that help is available in Halton.

Dr. McKinnon Discusses Mood Disorders, Exercise and the Brain at AGM

June 21st, 2012

Exercise could be a safer and potentially more effective treatment than anti-depressants for individuals who suffer from depression.

Professor makes case for exercise to help prevent youth suicide

April 1st, 2012

Not all Canadian youth are responding to drug treatment programs in the fight against depression, according to Dr. Roberto Sassi.