History in Practice

Mental health is an issue in Canada and globally, but it is hard to find progressive, equitable educational resources on the topic. History in Practice (HiP) was co-created by academic specialists and community experts with direct experience with mental health services. Integrated into the curricula in an array of disciplines, HiP expands student potential for fostering positive change in the mental health world.
 
Models of Practice

Models of Practice

What works for people using mental health services?  

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Stigma and Discrimination

Stigma and Discrimination

How can we challenge intolerance and inequity in the mental health world?

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Advocacy and Activism

Advocacy and Activism

How can practitioners harness the potential of community activism? 

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Medicine and Power

Medicine and Power

Why do medical treatment models dominate in mental health?

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This Site

This Site

Wondering how to best use the resources on this site?

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Policy into Practice

Policy into Practice

What were the first blueprints for community mental health?

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Emotions Map

Emotions Map

Why should practitioners learn about the emotional experiences of using mental health services?

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