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‘Selfree’ – The Freedom to be Me

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Deryn Duesbery,Yasmine Gray, Malindu Danthanarayana, and Finola Dsouza blog about their own experiences with self-image, mental health, and the powerful new campaign from NYAC, #Selfree

I had this really weird moment back in high school when I found myself identifying with Jekyll and Hyde. There was me – happy, sixteen, doing well in school, dating a cute boy. And then there was the me that didn’t really feel like me at all – moody, distant, and always just so freaking tired. That other me could barely do anything but stay in bed all day and ignore my phone, emerging from my room after eight hours of Netflix to snap at my sister and manipulate my way out of eating a full meal. But that wasn’t a part of me I let everyone see. That wasn’t a part of me I let anyone see, actually. Image is not always reality.

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Engaging in the Next Big Breakthroughs with CAMH

Breakthrough-Challenge-BlogMorgan Barense, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Toronto and Co-Chair of CAMH Engage, blogs on the Breakthrough Challenge, a research-inspired event in support of CAMH Foundation on November 6.

Morgan Barense

Morgan Barense

As a scientist, I’m always excited to hear about the next big breakthrough – a discovery that will change the way we look at a disease or a new treatment that will change lives of patients. Through their commitment to discovery, CAMH is inspiring hope in millions of Canadians who suffer from mental illness and addiction.

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Legalizing Marijuana : One Mother’s Perspective

Photo courtesy of 'drivebysh00ter' on Flickr

Photo courtesy of ‘drivebysh00ter’ on Flickr

A mother and supporter of the CAMH Foundation talks about her son’s experience with cannabis, and why she supports the recently-released CAMH Cannabis Policy Framework.

When I tell people that marijuana has ruined my son’s life but I think that it should be legalized, they are surprised. I understand that. It is a conclusion I reached only after much research and thought.

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CAMH’s Cannabis Policy Framework: Legalization with regulation

Dr. Jürgen Rehm

Dr. Jürgen Rehm

By Dr. Jürgen Rehm, Director of the Social and Epidemiological Research Department at CAMH

Today CAMH released a new Cannabis Policy Framework . This document examines the evidence on the harms associated with cannabis use and, based on that evidence, recommends legalization with strict regulation as the most effective means of reducing the harms associated with its use. Read more

Nuit Blanche at CAMH

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By Joan Chang, CAMH communications coordinator

Queen West’s sidewalks were packed with art lovers last Saturday for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, an annual event running from sundown on Saturday to sun up on Sunday, where the downtown core is taken over by artists of all disciplines. Read more

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