These days the emphasis is on staying healthy physically, but that doesn’t mean neglecting the effects COVID-19 might be having on your mental health. First and foremost, bear in mind that this is not a normal situation, so it can generate feelings you don’t normally have. If you’re feeling more anxious or worried than usual, […]Continue readingLooking after your mental health in times of crisis
You may be feeling cut off from the rest of the world and sidelined by the current situation. But it’s important to remember that the isolation measures now in place are designed to protect everyone, especially people who are over 70 or have underlying health conditions. So try not to look at it as being […]Continue readingMaking the Most of Staying Home
This year’s theme for National Mental Health Week is “social connection” as an important protective factor for mental health. CMHA’s campaign encourages us to #GetReal about how we feel. It was developed based on the idea that people in Canada routinely ask each other how they are doing, but it is also common not to […]Continue readingMental Health Week is May 4-10, 2020
Following the government’s recommendations regarding the pandemic, the CMHA-Montreal Branch team has adopted an indefinite telework arrangement. Our offices will be closed and training and conference activities will be suspended until further notice. Please note that you can reach us by email and that if you need help, we invite you to contact the following mental […]Continue readingTogether, even when we’re apart!