Resources

Online Gamers Anonymous

They share experiences, strengths and hope to assist in recovery from the problems caused by excessive game playing, whether it be computer, video, console, or on-line. Their community includes recovering gamers, family members, loved ones, friends, and concerned others.

Bounce Back: For Adults and Youth

This is a resource offered by the Canadian Mental Health Association. It is an evidenced based program to help those 15+ with depression, anxiety, and stress. This is a free service. If you would like to access the DVD's and/or coaching services, a referrals from your general physician is required. You can access the on-line services immediately. 

https://cmha.bc.ca/programs-services/bounce-back/

On-Line Self-Help Books and Workbooks (Adults)

The Antidepressant Skills Workbook

http://www.comh.ca/antidepressant-skills/adult/

On-Line Self-Help Books and Workbooks (Youth)

Self-help books, workbooks, audio, videos fora ranges of mental health issues.
https://youth.anxietycanada.com

On-Line Self-Help Books and Workbooks (Parents)

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Local Library and Bookstores

There are many books and resources that you can find at your local library and/or bookstores.

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