Last year a group of youth partnered with mindyourmind and Vanier and created a feedback tool called "Be Heard".
I’m in crisis! What do I do?
I don’t know what’s wrong…
I think I need to talk to someone.
My friend needs help.
How can I help my friend?
Final report: Windsor-Essex Service AreaThis report was prepared by Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health in consultation with Youth Engagement Steering Committee
- Children First Family Respite Services
- Maryvale Adolescent and Family Services
- Regional Children’s Centre
Developed by youth from
I came across a young person’s story online about being embarrassed to reach out for help for their depression and how they thought they were the only person on earth that f
Anyone who knows me knows that I really despise the YouTube channel “Game Theory.” This was originally because I have been a serious game theorist since long before Hyrule Historia crushed Zelda Timeline Theory, and I don’t like how the host of th
...she said to me during group today. Again, I sensed all eyes on me and I felt like jumping through the window. Why do I keep coming to these sessions?
Your relationship to your voices is important. Stand up to them, man! Face those ugly bastards head-on. Understand where they are coming from. Voices may represent aspects of your emotional and mental state.
Turn them into positive experiences. Don’t take them literally. Approach their words as metaphors showing you what you might need to change about yourself.
...asked Sandy the rehab nurse during group today.
So I gave her the 411 from my perspective:
Be less dependent on my family
Make better decisions
Spend more time with Mom
Cut down my smoking
Keep my doctor’s appointments
Be more in the present
Be less of a burden to my mom and brother
Find a job
Stop using drugs
Stay on my medications
Stay out of the hospital