Compassion Fatigue: Taking Care When Caring Becomes Too Much

Compassion Fatigue: Taking Care When Caring Becomes Too Much

By Jenny Tryansky, Personal Development Coach A friend of mine recently sent me a text that felt like she was waving the white flag. She...

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7 Ways to Reset Your Goals During Unpredictable Times

7 Ways to Reset Your Goals During Unpredictable Times

By Hina Khan, Success Coach and Registered Psychotherapist It would be an understatement to say that 2020 has been nothing short of unpredictable, unforgiving, and...

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Taking Control of Seasonal Blues

Taking Control of Seasonal Blues

By Dr. Marni Amsellem, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist When caught up in the seemingly endless dark and bitterly cold winter days, it’s not uncommon to notice...

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Enjoying the Holiday Season on Your Own

Enjoying the Holiday Season on Your Own

By Hina Khan, Success Coach and Registered Psychotherapist The holidays are around the corner, and with an unwanted COVID-19 situation staying in our collective conscience,...

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The Journey to Allyship: Where to Begin

The Journey to Allyship: Where to Begin

“Allies work to end systems of oppression that are not typically understood as targeting their own identities.” Tal Peretz Across North America, we continue to...

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Practice Gratitude

Practice Gratitude

By Jenny Tryansky, Personal Development Coach The benefits of gratitude have been scientifically proven, and I’m not here to argue them. They include psychological benefits...

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The Last Frontier in Diversity and Inclusion: Ability Diversity

The Last Frontier in Diversity and Inclusion: Ability Diversity

By Michael Bach, Cornell Certified Diversity Professional, Advanced Practitioner (CCDP/AP) 22% of Canadians and 26% of Americans live with a disability, yet of all people aged 25 to...

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My Journey to Resilience, A Personal Story by Dr. Jaffe

My Journey to Resilience, A Personal Story by Dr. Jaffe

By Dr. Adi, Jaffe, Ph.D., Addiction Medicine, Psychology My name is Dr. Adi Jaffe and I used to be addicted to meth. I had been...

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How to Prepare for Back to School During the Pandemic

How to Prepare for Back to School During the Pandemic

By Stéphanie Deslauriers, Psychoeducator We know that back-to-school 2020 will be, let's say, special. For some students, masks will have to be worn in the...

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Managing Emotions of Pregnancy During a Pandemic

Managing Emotions of Pregnancy During a Pandemic

By Marni Amsellem, PH.D., Clinical Psychologist If you are expecting right now, congratulations to you! Navigating the unexpected when you are expecting has been an...

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Rewriting the Rules of Love: Navigating Dating during the Pandemic

Rewriting the Rules of Love: Navigating Dating during the Pandemic

By Damona Hoffman, Certified Dating Coach and Host of the Dates & Mates Podcast For 15 years I’ve been coaching singles on how to navigate...

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Anti-Black Racism: Using Anger as a Mechanism For Change

Anti-Black Racism: Using Anger as a Mechanism For Change

By Janna Comrie, Registered Psychotherapist The recent events around the world have brought to the forefront incident after incident of anti-Black racism. Members of the...

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