• Using a National Framework in Developing a Child and Youth Mental Health Plan in Yukon

    Using a National Framework in Developing a Child and Youth Mental Health Plan in Yukon

    Gillian Mulvale

    Many of Canada's provinces and territories do not have explicit child and youth mental health policies or plans in place. A case study exploring the development of Yukon's child and youth mental health framework illuminates the benefits,...

  • The impact of neighborhood composition on work-family conflict and distress

    The impact of neighborhood composition on work-family conflict and distress

    Marisa Young

    Work-family conflict is a modern mental health risk resulting from the inability to balance paid work and familial obligations. Similarities between neighbours, like family type, age, income, and ethnicity, reduce the consequences of work-family...

  • The threat of job loss affects worker health

    The threat of job loss affects worker health

    Paul Glavin

    Prolonged exposure to the threat of job loss is associated with the most adverse health consequences for middle-aged workers. Young workers, in contrast, report fewer health penalties in response to job insecurity. Short-term job insecurity has...

  • PAWSing Student Stress

    PAWSing Student Stress

    James Gillett

    Therapy dogs offer university students love and support. They could be used to help combat growing mental health concerns in university, such as depression, anxiety, and stress, especially during exam time.