Santé mentale générale

Réadaptation professionnelle générale – Santé mentale générale

Eating Disorders Explained – Binge Eating Disorder
Early intervention key to success with mental illness
Shaking Off Loneliness
Out of the FOG – Dissociation
Bipolar disorder explained: mania and Hypomania defined
Comprendre la maladie mentale
6 keys to decreasing mental health stigma in the workplace
Élimination de la stigmatisation (formation à l’intention des professionnels de la santé)
Santé mentale au travail: changer les mentalités
Well Ways Fact Sheets
Managing traumatic stress: Tips for recovering from disasters and other traumatic events
10 distorsions cognitives qui entretiennent des émotions négatives
Mind + body – Looking after your physical health when you have a mental illness
16 things you didn’t know about sleep
9 things not to say to someone with mental illness
Fight Against Mental Illness
An information booklet for people who self harm and those who care for them
La resilience
The Power of your Amazing Brain
9 bienfaits d’écouter la musique
Some questions that will help you reflect on your own mix of strenghts and limits in Emotional Intelligence (EI)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Self-Acceptance vs. Self-Esteem. Dr. Russ Harris
The Compassionate Brain
Le verre d’eau – Sylvia Perreault
Rire, c’est bon pour la santé
Biologie du stress
40 tips for happy health life
A Brain Benefit of Self-Affirmation
Video: Seane Corn: Not Burning Out in Service to Others / Omega
Comment se défaire de nos mauvaises habitudes – Globalité Mieux-Être Performance
Questionnez votre liste de tâches et soyez bien – Globalité Mieux-ëtre Performance
Motivation – le jus, donnez-moi le jus nécessaire! Globalité Mieux-ëtre Performance
Le RACOR en santé mentale
Meilleures pratiques Canada santé mentale alcoolisme et toxicomanie
Practice guide for dual disorders
Rapport sur les maladies mentales au Canada – Troubles de l’humeur
Volition et motivation en santé mentale exemple d’application
Volition et motivation en santé mentale théorie
Best practice guidelines for occupational therapy in severe mental health and return to work
Diagnostic information on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (français)
Employability and function for Axis II
Centre de crise: Portail Santé Montréal
3 manières de s’aérer l’esprit dans les transports
Creating a life without stigma
8 common actions that may cause mental illness
Le taux d’hormone pourrait aider à expliquer des désordres psychologiques chez les femmes
Vous travaillez des heures supplémentaires? Et bien, vos hormones de stress aussi
Finit avec l’anxiété de performance
Relaxation and Meditation
La dopamine, hormone de la persévérance?
Soutenir la santé mentale des enfants et des adolescents de parents qui se séparent
Happiness Increase Serotonin
Dan Gilbert: The surprising science of happiness
Les sortes de psys
Difficulté de concilier travail-famille: ses impacts sur la santé physique et mentale des familles québécoises
Alcohol: Not a Friend to Sleep- The Insomnia Blog – Sleep Doctor Michael Breus, PhD
Partners for Mental Health  // Partenaires pour la santé mentale
La Santé mentale est toujours le parent pauvre de la recherche médicale
Ne laissez pas n’importe qui entrer dans votre tête
La maladie mentale au travail: combattre la stigmatisation
La santé mentale en entreprise, un problème d’expansion
Apprenez la méditation avec les patients de Sainte Anne
Le stress au bureau vous empêche-t-il de dormir?
Dealing with negative feelings in the Office
There are many forms of abuse within our society, and often this abuse tends to occur in a home-based situation, and then it becomes domestic abuse and domestic violence. Domestic abuse and domestic violence are found in all types of relationships, it knows no economic boundaries, and no age boundaries. With this being White Ribbon Day lets educate ourselves on the different forms of abuse and types of behaviours that can be found in an abusive relationship:  *Emotional Abuse/Verbal Abuse  Non-physical behaviours such as threats, insults, constant monitoring or “checking in,” excessive texting, humiliation, intimidation or isolation.  *Stalking  Being repeatedly watched, followed or harassed.  *Financial Abuse  Using money or access to accounts to exert power and control over a partner / preventing you from getting or keeping a job  *Physical Abuse  Any intentional use of physical force with the intent to cause fear or injury, like hitting, shoving, biting, strangling, kicking or using a weapon.  *Sexual Abuse  Any action that impacts a person’s ability to control their sexual activity or the circumstances in which sexual activity occurs, including restricting access to birth control. Ignoring someone’s refusal to engage in sexual activities by repeatedly using emotional, verbal or physical pressure.  *Digital Abuse  The use of technology such as texting and social networking to bully, harass, stalk or intimidate a partner. Often this behaviour is a form of verbal or emotional abuse perpetrated through technology  *Neglect or acts of omission such as: ignoring medical or physical care needs; preventing access to health, social care, or educational services; withholding the necessities of life, such as food, drink, or heating.  *Discriminatory abuse such as that based upon a person’s race, sexuality, or disability; any other forms of harassment or slurs  *Using Isolation •controlling what you do, who you see and talk to, where you go, limiting your outside involvement •using jealousy to justify actions •sabotaging new and old relationships  *Using Children •using visitation (access) to harass you •using children to relay messages, telling them bad things about you •threatening to take children away •making you feel bad about your parenting  *Using Intimidation, Coercion and Threats •making you afraid by using looks, actions, gestures •smashing or throwing things •threatening to leave or hurt/kill themselves or you •purchasing or displaying weapons •abusing pets or destroying cherished items  *Minimizing, Denying and Blaming •making light of the abuse •saying the abuse didn’t happen •saying you caused the abuse •blaming stress for problem  *Using Social Status and Privilege •reinforcing control over you by using gender, race, class, sexual orientation, immigration status, age, occupation, wealth, physical or developmental ability •using institutions to reinforce power or privilege  Manipulation, guilt, brain washing, projection, gas lighting are all experienced in an abusive relationship.
Indicateur de dépression nerveuse et d’épuisement professionnel
Right By You Campaign
Women’s mental health, hormones and beyond
Regarder des gens faire du sport serait bon pour la santé
La Défence nationale s’inquiète de la santé mentale des vétérans
Tout savoir et connaître sur la santé mentale
L’approche cognitivo-comportementale sur la gestion de douleur
Do Smart Phones Kill Happiness
Êtes-vous un adulte hyperactif?
Healing from Bullying
Maladie mentale: il faut écouter les enfants
The Power of Empathy
Dépression: Quel exercice, quelle fréquence pour un effet antidépresseur?
Exercice Physique: N’est-ce pas le premier des médicaments?
10 scientific ways to be happy
10 reasons why we need at least 8 hugs a day
Les bienfaits de la nature sur la santé mentale
7 choses que les gens calmes font différemment
8 rituals for a calm & centered day
Nobody Decides to Have an Eating Disorder – Part II

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