Topics ranging from resiliency, fear, gratitude, self-awareness, and ways to challenge your thinking round out close to a dozen online video chats led by mental health experts and professionals.
Pathstone TV, found at www.pathstonementalhealth.ca/pathstonetv launches today. Each Friday, there will be a new episode from a cache of Pathstone therapists and clinicians as well as friend of the agencies, Dr. Jean Clinton.
Dr. Clinton is a Clinical Professor at McMaster University, is on staff at McMaster Children’s Hospital and has been a consultant to children and youth mental health programs for over 30 years. She’s renowned nationally and internationally as an advocate for children’s issues.
In a five minute chat, Dr. Clinton tackles the subject, “What do we know about resiliency?” A self-proclaimed “Brain Geek” Dr. Clinton offers science based perspective and thoughts on how to raise resilient children.
Other topics on Pathstone TV include:
Gratitude, Grief and kids, dealing with Anxiety using the F.E.A.R plan, Challenging your thinking, Self-Awareness and Grounding skills.
As a mental health agency, we feel it’s vital to support our community in whichever way possible. Making these conversations about important mental health and wellness topics accessible is part of our mission to foster a healthy community.
The cancellation of school for the remainder of the year was a disappointment for many and business are still not up and running in many cases further stressing many financially. The longer term effect that the pandemic will have requires further adjustment to change for children and adults. As a mental health agency, we felt it was important to provide some truly impactful content in an accessible way. This free to view, video series was designed to support mental wellness, and those who may be struggling or have family who is.
Shaun Baylis, CEO Pathstone Mental Health
As Pathstone Mental Health sees a 10 to 20 per cent increase in clients each year, the organization continues to implement innovative ways to support the Niagara community. As this video series evolves, we will continue to provide helpful content and tips for optimal mental wellness. Look for a new episode each Friday.
Kim Rossi, Director of Philanthropy & PR – Pathstone Foundation