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Podcast Ep. 97 - Traumatic Stress Clinic
In recognition of National Mental Health Week, Episode 97 of the #MindVine podcast features Fatima Tahir, a social worker, and Robin Lazo, a patient, discussing their experience with trauma and the Traumatic Stress Clinic at Ontario Shores.

The #MindVine podcast is hosted by Darryl Mathers (@DarrylMathers). The podcast is also available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Amazon Music.

Aaron Smith wants to save people from going to the dark places he’s been to during his recovery journey from mental illness.

In Episode 98 of the #MindVine #mentalhealth podcast we are discussing the importance of caregivers, particularly for loved ones living with #dementia.

Recently, Eli Brown was on vacation from his home in New Brunswick visiting friends and family in Toronto.

My reaction to the first intake call was anxious, curious, and prepared for disappointment.

In my parents’ living room, there is a copy of Ontario Shores’ 2015 annual report with my smiling face gracing the cover.

Unlike physical illness or injuries, mental illness is invisible. Anyone can suffer from mental illness regardless of gender or status.

After five years of volunteer firefighting and many more as a professional, it’s time to talk a bit.

Dr. Chika Stacy Oriuwa, one of Time magazine's "2021 Next Generational Leaders", spoken word poet, advocate for racialized and marginalized populations, and accomplished physician, will deliver the Keynote Address at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences’ (Ontario Shores) annual celebration. 

In preparation for the release of the hospital’s new Strategic Plan, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences (Ontario