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Episode 28 – Diet Culture with Lisa Kehler
written by Lisa Kehler on 20/02/20
WHY CHALLENGE DIET CULTURE? Diet culture is a manufactured way of seeing the world where the shape, size and weight of a body is more important than its physical health or the mental health and wellness of the person residing in that body. Diet culture diminishes our personal power by promoting a widespread message creating […]read this article...
Episode 27: Life after Loss with Julie Long
written by Julie Long on 13/02/20
Life is inherent with loss and suffering. So how do we cope with loss when we feel like we can barely survive it? Everyone experiences loss whether it’s a an injury or health diagnosis that changes the way you’re able to live your life; maybe it’s the death of a loved one; perhaps it’s being […]read this article...
Episode 26: Community: The Missing Link in Mental Health Treatment with Jenna Hamm
written by Jenna Hamm on 06/02/20
One of the concepts that I talk about a lot in my clinical practice is ‘safety signals’: feelings, words, and symbols that you can focus on to shift your internal experience towards comfort and security. I use exercises like grounding, which involves activating all five senses and noticing that the environment that you’re in is […]read this article...
Episode 25: Can’t wait for January to be over? Navigating the winter blues with Dr. Jasmine Bray-Mak (ND)
written by Jasmine Bray-Mak on 30/01/20
What is SAD (typical and atypical)What symptoms would people notice if they struggle with it?Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a combination ofbiologic and mood disturbances that occur with a seasonal pattern; typically occurring in the autumn and winter, with remission in the spring or summer. Although the condition is seasonally limited, people effected by SAD […]read this article...
Episode 24: Finding your Avenue of Expression with Elizabeth Karchut
written by Elizabeth Karchut on 23/01/20
Have you ever had difficulty using your voice, expressing yourself or feeling like you are not being heard? Did you know that silencing your voice/expression can have detrimental health effects? Opening the Avenue of Expression (AOE) in you can have profound life changing effects.When I first learned of this term I must admit I was […]read this article...
Let’s Talk Mental Health with Safe Harbour Therapy
written by Safe Harbour Therapy on 20/01/20
January 26, 2 – 4 pm at the Winnipeg Winter Club Tickets are $10 on Eventbrite.comSpend an afternoon with the Safe Harbour team and learn how to talk about, support and navigate diverse mental health issues. Eat, Learn, Win some prizes. Download the poster details here.read this article...