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The Three Benefits of Regular Journaling

Happier Way Original - It can seem a bit strange at first to pick up a blank notebook with the expectation that you are going to write down some meaningful thoughts, find some deeper insights within mundane documentation and emerge a more enriched person at the end of your first journal entry. Perhaps it is... Read more

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Tips for Transitioning Into a Post Covid World

Happier Way Original -   Nothing feels like it will ever be the same since the spring of 2020, yet numerous lockdowns, Zoom dinners, Teams meetings, online lectures later, we are finally at a point where we can see the end in sight. Playgrounds and classrooms are filling up once again, the clinking of cutlery... Read more

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Relationships, Family, and Mental Health

The complicated nature of mental illnesses can make relationships challenging. Learn strategies to set boundaries, respond to difficult behavior, and manage your own stress in this one-hour webinar with a licensed therapist. Certificates of attendance are provided at no cost. CEUs are not provided. About the instructor: Jaymi Dormaier, LMSW, holds a master's degree in... Read more

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Supporting children’s mental health and wellbeing

About this event We are aware more than ever that our young people’s mental health is crucially important. This hour long session provides an insight into Mental Health, Self Harm and Suicide it is designed as an introduction for parents and carers or anyone who works with young people. The session aims for participants to... Read more

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Understanding ADHD

An accessible guide to understanding causation, symptoms and treatment options for ADHD About this event Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is not just about hyperactive people and short attention spans. An accessible guide to understanding causation, symptoms and treatment options for ADHD. Learn practical tips for managing symptoms and helping others during this one-hour session.... Read more

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How You Can Take Action on World Suicide Prevention Day

Happier Way Original - As we approach World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th, we must take a step back and reflect on the terrible impact that suicide has had on our society. The National Institute of Mental Health has compiled eye-opening statistics about suicide in the United States. For people 34 and younger, suicide... Read more

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How to Maintain a Healthy Work-Life Balance While Working from Home

Happier Way Original - The pandemic changed the way we think, feel, and act. This means that virtually all aspects of life were impacted. As employees shifted away from the office and the lines between home and work became blurred, it became even more important than ever to dedicate mental strength toward maintaining a healthy... Read more

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Talking to Children about Mental Health

About this event Children are curious about their environment and the people around them. How do we answer their questions related to mental health? Learn how help children understand what mental illness is and is not, and how to answer their questions in this one-hour session. Certificates of attendance are provided at no cost. About... Read more

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Wellness Wednesday! by Sufi Psychology Association

Discussions with professionals in various fields of wellness. About this event Every first Wednesday of the month, we interview professionals in the various fields of wellness; from mental health to nutrition and meditation, to get tips on what we need for self-care and overall mental health.

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The Neuroscience of stress and wellness series by Dr Safia Debar

About this event This series of talks aim to distill down some of the latest evidence base on stress management, positive psychology, mindulness and neuroplasticity. We will cover relaxation techniques, the neuroscience of stress, the neuroscience of connection, relationships, attachment theory, mindfulness, meditation and lots more. Dr Safia Debar is a private GP with an... Read more


The Science-Based Benefits of Yoga

Happier Way Original - Yoga has been a well-known benefactor for the overall well-being in the Eastern parts of the world. It was introduced in the US at the end of the 19th century, and since then, the number of active practitioners across the country has been widely spread. There is a reason why yoga... Read more


5 Ways to Combat Digital Fatigue

Happier Way Original - Improving your overall wellness means prioritizing not only your physical health but also your mental health. As the world moves toward more hybrid and remote working and learning environments, one growing concern among many experts is the impact that digital fatigue will have employees and students. Digital fatigue is the exhaustion... Read more

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Ways organizations can be authentically LGBTQIA+ inclusive

Happier Way Original - With June being the month of Pride, you may have noticed many organisations publicly announcing their support for LGBTQIA+ communities. While it’s positive to see a supportive front, it can often veer into the territory of performative ‘rainbow-washing’. This refers to the adoption of the appearance of inclusivity for ulterior motives,... Read more

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3 Proven Strategies for Prioritizing Mental Health While Working

Happier Way Original - Mental health, particularly as we endure and emerge from a global pandemic, perhaps has never been more important than today. With so much uncertainty surrounding health, jobs, politics, and the economy, it is understandable to feel added stress. This is especially true while working, as many people saw their daily work... Read more


When is it an Eating Disorder and Not Disordered Eating?

By: Joann Hendelman, PhD, RN, FAED, CEDS-S We all have our idiosyncrasies around eating. So when do our behaviors around eating become a problem? When are our eating patterns considered disordered and when are they considered an eating disorder? What defines “normal” eating and is there even such a thing? Is the fact that I... Read more


3 Ways to Break the Mental Illness Stigma

Happier Way Original - Too often, when something is not fully understood a stigma is attached to it. These stigmas, or “marks of shame or discredit,” according to Merriam-Webster, are frequently unwarranted and actually cause even greater harm to the issue at hand. The mental illness stigma has long been a problem in the United... Read more

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Transforming Anxiety – with Elisha Goldstein

About this event How can we help ourselves and others find better ways to respond to anxiety? Elisha Goldstein is a psychologist and author who combines traditional psychotherapy with mindfulness to achieve mental and emotional healing. Elisha teaches people to find space in moments of anxiety or overwhelm, and offers practical strategies to calm anxious... Read more

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How Food Affects Our Mood – A Nutritional Psychiatry Analysis on Improving Mental Health and Well-Being

Happier Way Original - Nutritional psychiatry is making big waves when it comes to improving our overall well-being along with the mind and body connection using something we consume every day -- our food! We are what we eat.  Foods that contain chemical additives, ultra-processing and more affect our gut environment and increases our risk... Read more

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MHM: Youth, Mental Health & the Pandemic

Back by popular demand! A Mental Health Minute with Nick Petrella discussing various topics in the MH / MI field. Open and honest conversations about mental health and mental illness are crucial to the well-being of all Canadians. However, we know that this year has looked much different than a lot of us could have... Read more