Coming around last year was a TikTok trend different than what one may expect from a social media outlet. It’s called silent walking, where one puts away all their technology, primarily their phone when going for a walk. No texting, no music, no podcasts. Only the sounds of your surroundingsContinue Reading

Understanding Mood Disorders: Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar Disorder Mood disorders are complex mental health conditions that affect many people around the world. These conditions have a big impact on how people feel and function every day. Three common mood disorders are depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. Knowing about these conditionsContinue Reading

Since 2020, with the COVID-19 pandemic, rates of anxiety have increased immensely in Canada. Similar findings have been revealed in many countries across the world wherein such data is monitored. As COVID wanes, despite the coming of new variants, anxiety seems to stay higher than usual among the general public. Continue Reading

https://youtu.be/sT0Gn6cZd1oWith services supported by the Department of Families and the Department of Justice of Manitoba, Aurora Family Therapy Centre (AFTC) is a forward-thinking, non-profit family therapy clinic that provides family counselling at a sliding rate.  In this episode, guest interviewers Yahya Zaham and Rimsha Sohail speak to Abdikheir Ahmed, ExecutiveContinue Reading

The Manitoba government will provide $2.1 million through the Indigenous Reconciliation Initiatives Fund to support Indigenous-led mental health and wellness programming. The Fund was created to challenge Indigenous and non-Indigenous Manitobas to engage in new innovative approaches to reconciliation and contribute to the outcomes of improving relationships between Indigenous andContinue Reading

Help yourself or those you love in hope and recovery from mood disorders. http://www.mooddisordersmanitoba.ca/services/ Peer Support: 204-560-1461 Toll-Free:  1-800-263-1460 Hours of Operation: 9-9, Monday to Friday The conversation around mental health and illness is more important than ever. In research conducted by the Canadian mental Health Association (CMHA), 1 in 5 Canadians experiencesContinue Reading