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Episode Notes On Friday September 10th, we held a Facebook Live event to honour World Suicide Prevention Day and, as a part of the evening, we shared a portion of a webinar hosted for our Member centre volunteer responders back in August. While some of the language used is specific to the context of training crisis line responders, the knowledge sh…
 
Episode notes To honour September being Suicide Prevention Month, we start this month off welcoming back Marilyn Clarke, Qualifying Registered Psychotherapist and DTATI candidate, to share her research on using art therapy to aid in the grieving process for those who have lost someone to suicide. Marilyn shares some of her own experiences as well a…
 
Episode Notes This week we finish off our current series on Racism and Cultural Intelligence by sharing a conversation between Caitlin Plant, Program Manager at DCO, and Eliza, a young Haudenosaunee woman. Eliza shares some of her experiences with racism, openly talks about her struggles with her mental health, and provides some advice around gaini…
 
Episode Notes On this week’s episode Caitlin Plant, Program Manager for Distress and Crisis Ontario, has a conversation with Lorna Anderson, a psychotherapist from the Waterloo area, on the topic of cultural intelligence. Lorna explains what it is, why it’s important, and how we might go about building our own cultural intelligence. Support Distres…
 
Episode Notes This week, Hanna sits down with her gran Jassy for us again and the two of them have an honest conversation about racism and diversity in Canada. They each share their unique perspectives and provide suggestions on how to respectfully approach the process of learning about other cultures. If you are in need of support or would like he…
 
Episode Notes This week Caitlin Plant, program manager for Distress and Crisis Ontario, shares a variety of resources surrounding racism and building cultural intelligence. These resources are meant to provide support for those experiencing racism and to help persons who would like to expand their knowledge and change their practices to become bett…
 
Episode Notes This week Caitlin Plant, Program Manager for Distress and Crisis Ontario, is joined by Sarah and Mifrah from the Coalition of Muslim Women in Kitchener-Waterloo to speak about Islamophobia, cultural intelligence, and allyship. If you would like to learn more about any of the topics discussed today, you can visit CMW’s website at https…
 
Episode Notes This week we wrap-up our introduction to Distress and Crisis Ontario with some information on and examples of the additional programs and services DCO offers to the community and our Member Centres. If you would like to know more about any of the information shared in this podcast, check out our website or reach out to us by email at …
 
Episode Notes This week’s podcast is a resource-based summary of our Member Centres as we continue to share different aspects of our organization with you. Caitlin will be providing a little bit of information about each of our member centres in the hopes that it will provide greater awareness of the resources they offer across the province. All co…
 
Episode Notes In this week’s podcast we continue our introduction to Distress and Crisis Ontario by providing some information on the Ontario Online Text Crisis Service, or ONTX Program. Cindy, our ONTX Coordinator, talks with Caitlin about what the program is, who it’s for, how to access it, and more. We also have a short interview with Tia, an ON…
 
Episode Notes This week, Caitlin sits down with Neta Gear, Distress and Crisis Ontario’s (DCO) Executive Director, to officially introduce DCO as an organization as well as providing information on who we are, what we do, and how to become a Member. Follow us on Audea.io by heading over there for exclusive content and become a fan using the code O5…
 
Episode Notes This week we have a very special conversation between Hanna and her Gran, Jassy, to share with you. Jassy has lived an incredible life and her story is one of strength, resiliency, gratitude, love, and hope. We hope her words leave you feeling encouraged and give you the strength to ask for help if you need it. Please remember that ou…
 
Episode Notes In today's episode Valéry Brosseau, a passionate speaker, writer and mental health advocate, shares how volunteering has had a powerful impact in her life. Follow us on Audea.io by heading over there for exclusive content and become a fan using the code O5PWZJ Support Distress and Crisis Ontario by contributing to their Tip Jar: https…
 
Episode Notes This week Caitlin interviews a good friend of hers who works as a nurse at a small-town hospital, and who has been working throughout the pandemic. They discuss the many challenges that COVID-19 has presented in the medical field this year, as well as some of the positives. The topics of resilience and the importance of patience as we…
 
Episode Notes In this week's episode Brenda covers Ontario's reopening plan, an update on the vaccines and reopening anxiety. Information shared is as of June 5th. Information is subject to changes in the upcoming future. Follow us on Audea.io by heading over there for exclusive content and become a fan using the code O5PWZJ Links:https://www.ontar…
 
Episode Notes In this week's episode Brenda shares a list of resources for caregivers. Follow us on Audea.io by heading over there for exclusive content and become a fan using the code O5PWZJ Brenda's Resources: https://www.tevacanada.com/en/canada/support-for-caregivers/self-care/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwhr2FBhDbARIsACjwLo2jHxYc-MIsLFBAWy1TBRtQAvnMVo-0Te2m1…
 
In this week's episode, Brenda shares research about compassion fatigue and how to handle it. Follow us on Audea.io by heading over there for exclusive content and become a fan using the code O5PWZJ Brenda's resources/ links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcaUA6A37q8&t=148s https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/9225-caregiver-burnout#:~:…
 
Episode Notes This week Caitlin is having a conversation with Laila and Elma, in which they each discuss a unique perspective of caregiving: caregiving as a parent, as an adult child providing care to a parent, and as an employed caregiver outside of the home. They discuss the similarities and differences in these types of care, share some of their…
 
Episode Notes In this week's episode Caitlin interviews Laura MacGregor about the importance of self-care for caregivers, and the challenges of achieving it, while providing full time care. Follow us on Audea.io by heading over there for exclusive content and become a fan using the code O5PWZJ Support Distress and Crisis Ontario by contributing to …
 
Episode Notes This week Caitlin will be providing a brief introduction to the topic of Caregiving as we will be exploring this theme for the month of May. She shares stories from her own life and provides some resources for those who are looking for support or to find more information on caregiving in Ontario. Follow us on Audea.io by heading over …
 
Episode Notes In this week's episode Brenda is joined by Marilyn Clarke, an Art Therapist Candidate and Registered Psychotherapist (qualifying) from the Delton Glebe Counselling Centre. Marilyn shares with us her research on the use of art therapy with those bereaved by suicide and other insights. Trigger warning: grief and suicide are mentioned in…
 
Episode Notes In this week's episode Brenda is joined by Marilyn Clarke, an Art Therapist Candidate and Registered Psychotherapist (qualifying) from the Delton Glebe Counselling Centre. Marilyn shares with us her story of losing her mother to suicide and her personal grieving process. Trigger warning as we discuss the topic of suicide and grief. Fo…
 
Episode Notes Today Caitlin continues her conversation with Val, a former front-line volunteer at the Durham Distress Centre, on the topics of suicide and suicidal ideation, specifically looking at how to approach these difficult topics with the people in our lives, and how we can all work to end the stigma that surrounds talking about mental healt…
 
Episode Notes This week Caitlin is joined by Val, a former front-line volunteer at the Durham Distress Centre, to discuss the topic of suicide and to learn about Val's personal experiences with suicidal ideation and multiple attempts at taking her own life. Trigger warnings may also include the topics of self-harm, bipolar disorder, and borderline …
 
Episode Notes This week Caitlin is talking with Glynis Burkhalter, Program Director at Ray of Hope, to learn about their Youth Addiction Treatment Programs. If you would like to learn more about Ray of Hope and how to access their programs you can visit their website at https://www.rayofhope.net/. To inquire about their Youth Addiction Treatment Pr…
 
Episode Notes In this week’s episode Brenda catches up with Kevin as he gives an update on his 2.5 years of sobriety from alcohol and opioids. He speaks to his recovery journey, important milestones, the impact of COVID-19 on addictions, and his recommendation of different supports and other insights. Follow us on Audea.io by heading over there for…
 
Episode Notes This episode is a Companion podcast for Part 2 with Dr. Rick Csiernik - Supporting someone with addictions. You can access Part 2 by becoming a monthly donor for as little as $1 and in return you'll be able to access additional content we post on the monthly donor feed (on top of the regular free content) by going to https://tips.pine…
 
Episode Notes In this week’s podcast, Caitlin interviews Dr. Rick Csiernik, Professor at King’s University College School of Social Work. He shares his knowledge about how one can recognize that they have an addiction, various ways to seek out support, treatment options, ways to overcome obstacles and stigma in the community and other insights. Par…
 
Episode Notes Today's episode is a short excerpt from the "Viewing Addictions Through a Holistic Lens" Workshop that was held in February by King's University College Professor of Social Work, Dr. Rick Csiernik. In this segment Dr. Rick explains why people have addictions by taking us through what a psychoactive drug is, what dependency is and what…
 
Episode Notes In this week’s episode, Brenda interviews Marilyn Clarke, an Artist Therapist Candidate and Registered Psychotherapist (qualifying) from the Delton Glebe Counselling Centre. Tune in to this enlightening discussion as she shares her perspective on hope during the pandemic, how to cultivate it, the importance of hope, resources on hope,…
 
Episode Notes In this week's episode, Caitlin interviews Laura, an employee at the working centre. She shares with us her definition of hope, the role of hope at work during the pandemic, maintaining hope, how she instills hope into others and other insights. Support Distress and Crisis Ontario by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.co…
 
Episode Notes In this week's episode, Caitlin interviews George, a Hot Deli Clerk at Zehrs. He shares with us his definition of hope, how his work environment at the grocery store has changed throughout the pandemic, maintaining hope while working, how he instills hope in customers and other Support Distress and Crisis Ontario by donating to their …
 
Episode Notes To start off this new season on hope, I will be joined by my co-host Caitlin, who is a Program Coordinator with DCO. In this week’s episode we interviewed a few staff from the Delton Glebe Counselling Centre, Elma Plant the Intake Coordinator, Brad Wilton a Registered Psychotherapist, and Arielle Bush an Art Therapist. Tune in to this…
 
Episode Notes In a continuation of the Isolation Series, Brenda interviews Joyceline who is an international PhD student at the University of Waterloo. She will be sharing how the isolation aspect of Covid-19 has impacted her studying experience in Canada, and her mental health. Support Distress and Crisis Ontario by donating to their Tip Jar: http…
 
Episode Notes In this week’s episode, Brenda interviews Florence Juma. Florence is in spiritual care at Grand River Hospital as a Chaplain, and is also an adjunct professor at Luther. She shares the impact of isolation on patients, how spirituality can be used as a coping mechanism during isolation, how to handle isolation, how we can support other…
 
Thank you for being with us for 100 episodes! In this episode Brenda continues The Gratitude Series by interviewing Ximena, an administrative assistant at the Delton Glebe Counselling Centre. She shares how gratitude has played a powerful impact in her life and other insights on gratitude. Support Distress and Crisis Ontario by donating to their Ti…
 
In this week’s episode Brenda interviews Sam Giesler. She is the refugee wellness advocate at Reception House. Reception House is a community-based organization that provides a warm welcome to government-assisted refugees through a number of programs and services designed to make their new life in Canada a success. Sam shares how gratitude has play…
 
In this episode Brenda continues The Gratitude Series by interviewing Elma Plant, the intake coordinator at the Delton Glebe Counselling Centre. She shares how gratitude has played a powerful impact in her life and other insights on gratitude. Support Distress and Crisis Ontario by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/distress-a…
 
Dr. Marigold on defining Gratitude In this episode Brenda interviews Dr. Denise Marigold, an associate professor of Social Psychology at the University of Waterloo. Dr. Denise Marigold shares her definition of gratitude, the role of gratitude in relationships, how to cultivate gratitude in relationships and other insights. Support Distress and Cris…
 
In this episode Brenda interviews Carol Penner, an assistant professor of theological studies at the University of Waterloo. Carol Penner shares her definition of gratitude, the benefits of gratitude, how to cultivate gratitude and other insights.Episode Notes Support Distress and Crisis Ontario by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.c…
 
In this episode Brenda interviews The Hon. Bardish Chagger elected as the Member of Parliament for the riding of Waterloo on October 19th, 2015. She was named as Minister of Small Business and Tourism by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on November 4th, 2015. Prior to becoming MP for Waterloo, Bardish Chagger worked at the Kitchener-Waterloo Multicult…
 
Nicole Brown Faulknor is a registered psychotherapist, child and youth counsellor, and yoga instructor. In this episode she tells us about the psychological impacts of systemic racism on mental health, how she uses psychotherapy to help people who have experienced systemic racism, self-care advice during these times of covid and high racial tension…
 
Selam is a proud mother, an activist, writer, singer, songwriter, poet, and yoga & wellness teacher. In this episode she shares her insights on how systemic racism impacts mental health, how her job helps people dealing with mental health and systemic racism, her personal story, self-care advice for people engaged in social activism and other insig…
 
Carla Beharry, an antiracism consultant, writer, speaker, mental health advocate, relationship coach, and owner of WOKE WO/MEN’S movement. In this episode she shares her insights on how systemic racism impacts mental health, how her job helps people dealing with mental health and systemic racism, her personal story, what we can do as a community to…
 
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