Canadian universities focus on improving mental-health services

09/3/2013 | Edmonton Journal (Alberta), The

Canadian universities are taking steps to offer mental-health services to students, including awareness campaigns, counseling services and peer-support groups. "What we're seeing now is that universities are trying to be much more preventative to the extent they can -- heightening awareness about stigma, heightening awareness of when there's a problem," said Gordon Flett, a psychology professor at York University.

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