From The Centre for Clinical Interventions, Department of Health, Western Australia, this site is organized into modules that are designed to be worked through in sequence. We recommend that you complete one module before going on to the next. Each module includes information, worksheets, and suggested exercises or activities.
A for-profit employment training centre that has many free online resources, including conflict resolution and assertiveness communication. To view what they have available for free, check out the “Free Resources” tab in their menu.
From The Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division, Here to Help provides a stress fact sheet on the following topics: who it affects, how to know if you are overstressed, what you can do about it, and where to go for help.
Using your Halifax Public Libraries card number and PIN, log into Lynda.com to access thousands of online courses. Search "Time Management Training and Tutorials" to learn about staying organized, keeping a clear mind, and being more productive.
Find out more about the 5 key actions that you can take to optimize your brain health and wellness: positive thinking, social activity, physical activity, brain challenge, and looking after your mental health.
It is very important to find help if you are thinking about suicide. You are not alone. A list of where to turn to for help is provided. If you are worried about someone you love, a list of warning signs and how to get help is given.
From The Student Wellness Center at Dartmouth College comes a collection of relaxation downloads on the following topics: deep breathing and guided relaxation exercises, mindfulness and meditation, guided imagery/visualization, progressive muscle relaxation, and soothing instrumental music.
From The Rogel Cancer Center, Michigan Medicine, at the University of Michigan comes a list of audio selections on guided imagery as well as a library of suggested podcasts organised by need/situation.