Susan B. Raphael Bemelman's Bar, a place I often found comfort Reminiscent of a playful kaleidoscope, the sparkling booze-filled bottles that lined the wall tempted my youthful will. There was something magical about that glass wall at Bemelman’s – a former Toronto hotspot – where I once lunched with my father after visiting my mom … Continue reading How the Nature of Alcohol Nurtured my Young Addiction
Liz van Ryn and Victoria Creighton, Pine River Institute Providing transformative family therapy within a therapeutic treatment program is difficult to do. Pine River Institute attempted to meet this challenge by integrating a family systems model throughout their treatment program. The family systems model is largely informed by Satir Family Therapy, given the focus on … Continue reading THE CALL FOR AN INTEGRATED FAMILY SYSTEMS MODEL
As more students seek mental-health care, they face long waits – or pay out of pocket – as universities struggle with demand High demand for counselling is changing how Canadian campuses get students the help they need – but many still feel they’re falling through the cracksVICTORIA GIBSON PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 14, 2019 Julia Burnham, a … Continue reading University Students’ Mental Health concerns on the rise….