How the intersection of race and mental illness stigmatizes Black Canadians
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What’s behind the crystal wellness boom?
Crystal healing has become more popular during the pandemic, but scholars and market experts are skeptical of their healing properties
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Centre Scope – S1 E9 – Cultured Care
Host Simran Singh speaks with managing editor Kirti Vyas about how yoga, among other cultural practices, has been appropriated and removed from its religious and spiritual context. Later, she speaks with features editor Pia Araneta on the importance of cultural competence in mental health care.
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How a lack of cultural competency in mental health care is failing BIPOC communities
Racialized individuals face greater barriers to mental health support despite having worse mental health than their non-racialized counterparts. How can cultural competency training alleviate the problem?
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Special to Centre Scope: Racialized Communities Reclaim Spirituality
Managing editor Kirti Vyas, with podcast producer Meara Khanna, examines the cultural appropriation of different religious and spiritual practices that originated in Indigenous and South Asian cultures, such as yoga.
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Dismantling cultural appropriation within the health and wellness industry
Women of colour are paving the way forward to be inclusive to all
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Clash of ideals between a sports fanatic and a human being
We as fans need a constant reminder that athletes are humans too
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How do you find out if you have ADHD?
ADHD affects four per cent of adults globally, but more often goes untreated
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Are self-help therapy books an adequate replacement for professional therapy?
For many postsecondary students, self-help therapy books are a means to an end until in-person therapy becomes an option
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For some students, marijuana is a useful study and relaxation aid
Cannabis users also need to be aware of the risks associated with use *Names have been changed for privacy reasons Jill*, a fourth-year creative industries student at Ryerson, finds herself…