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Dr. Mike Evans: Managing Stress

DocMikeEvans follows up his viral health video “23 and 1/2 Hours” with this informative and practical video on managing stress. Dr. Mike Evans is founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician … Continue reading Dr. Mike Evans: Managing Stress

World Health Organization: The Black Dog called Depression

At its worst, depression can be a frightening, debilitating condition. Millions of people around the world live with depression. Many of these individuals and their families are afraid to talk about their struggles, and don’t know where to turn for help. However, depression is largely preventable and treatable. Recognizing depression and seeking help is the … Continue reading World Health Organization: The Black Dog called Depression

Kevin Waldbillig: Interview for Yorkville University

I graduated from Yorkville University’s Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology in 2012. Today I work as a Corporate Program Director and Registered Psychotherapist. In this video I share my Yorkville University story — earning his degree and pursuing his professional career and designations in an industry I am passionate about. “I wanted to do … Continue reading Kevin Waldbillig: Interview for Yorkville University

Kevin Waldbillig: Change

Hi there! I’m Kevin and welcome to Change Works Interactive. I invite you to walk through my LinkedIn site to help you find information that may be helpful to support either your personal or professional working life. Be in touch- consultations are always FREE and services from Registered Psychotherapists are increasingly being supported by third … Continue reading Kevin Waldbillig: Change

Career Outlook: The Future of Employment

What will the employment picture look like in the future in Canada? Looking at somedeveloping trends in the marketplace can provide us with some insight into what’saround the corner. The following is a synthesis of some of these trends courtesy of TheBrookfield Institute. We have yet to see whether these trends will have either a … Continue reading Career Outlook: The Future of Employment

Some certainty in an uncertain future: Information for post-pandemic job seekers in Canada

Uncertainty is tough when it comes to finding meaningful work. This has been anunprecedented time in our history. As a society, we are rethinking where we liveand work, what we consume, and the services we use. Unemployment has risendramatically and many are wondering if they will have a job to go back to whenlife returns … Continue reading Some certainty in an uncertain future: Information for post-pandemic job seekers in Canada

Mental Health: Enhancing Our Campus Services

Enrolment at our university and college campuses are increasing. As a result, appointment requests are up considerably for mental health issues; many are asking WHY?  “Students will say there is decreased access to therapists and appointments as well as limited available clinical space in institutions.” The Root of the Issue It seems collectively our awareness … Continue reading Mental Health: Enhancing Our Campus Services

Mental Performance: 6 Reasons You Should Strengthen Your Mind

We all want to get better in certain areas of our lives. For some, better mental performance might mean achieving better grades in school or becoming more efficient at work. Others may desire developing or fostering relationships we’ve let slip. For the Emergency Room Physician, for example, it may mean staying cool under pressure when a patient enters the ward with a life threatening … Continue reading Mental Performance: 6 Reasons You Should Strengthen Your Mind