Adjunct Prof. Harvey Brooker named the Canadian Psychological Association Award winner for distinguished contributions to education and training in psychology, while grad student Ashley Malin received the Bernard Dickens Student Award for a journal article.Read more
The areas that were prioritized for research included various aspects of mental health and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), the importance of evaluating community care and the long-term health impacts of ASD.Read more
York PhD psychology student Stefania Moro is the first student researcher to study auditory and visual processing in those whom have had one eye surgically removed at a young age due to cancer.Read more
Six panellists, including two students, talked with audience members about what a mentally healthy campus would look like at York U Let’s Talk Mental Health community dialogue event Tuesday.Read more
Two bereaved mothers, including a York prof., talked about the social taboo of death and what social supports grieving mothers need.Read more
A Mental Health Fair will be in Vari Hall Tuesday from 10am to 3pm with a Community Dialogue for students, staff and faculty will be in the Tribute Community Hall, Accolade East Building, from noon to 2pm.
Join the dialogue on mental health during the York U Let’s Talk Mental Health day Tuesday, Feb. 12. The event is designed to foster dialogue, help increase awareness and create a mentally healthy campus for students, staff and faculty.
The Canadian International Development Agency awarded York almost $6.2 million to lead two major research projects, MP Lois Brown announced Monday.
Films and television shows have long been fascinated with portraying mental illness, but do they get it right? That is just one of the topics tackled in the re-launched The Trauma & Mental Health Report, a weekly online magazine published out of York University.
The HealthAid Network brings the University into the first-year classroom and builds important connections for students.Read more