Working together to build a repository of mental health resources

July 20, 2022 | Author: Royal College Staff

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide support and tangible solutions for the professional and personal well-being of members, the Royal College is seeking your help to build a collection of relevant mental health resources.

As a community of health care providers, we look to you to guide us toward resources that positively impacted your own mental health and that, in turn, may be helpful to your peers.

Resources in all formats – articles, videos, apps, blogs, infographics, toolkits, webinars/training – are welcome and we invite you to include a reflection on how this resource has helped you.

Please take a few moments to submit your recommendation by completing the form below.

All recommendations will be considered and reviewed by experts as we look to assemble an expansive suite of resources to support your mental health.

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Erin Hamilton | August 18, 2022
The Happiness Trap by Russ Harris A guide to acceptance and committee action therapy has helped me to stop struggling with emotions, the ‘freeze’ response and work towards building the life I want.
Laura Foxcroft | August 17, 2022
At Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry we have created an innovative faculty peer support program for physicians. We train our physician peer supporter through an asynchronous training program created by faculty at Western University. Our program has expanded over two years. Initially, we had 17 well-being leads, one from every clinical department (chosen by their leaders), now we have 55. Our peer supporters meet monthly as a collaborative network on a monthly basis to learn from each other.