Bonnie Bricker's son, Reid had serious mental-health problems. When he became an adult, she was often left out of the loop when it came to his care. She's now working to change the system to help others in distress – and their loved ones.
Most of us overindulge now and then. We have an extra piece of birthday cake or a few too many potato chips. But for some people having "just a few" is never possible. Are they addicted to food? In this season debut of White Coat, Black Art Dr. Brian Goldman explores the idea of food addiction and visits the only residential treatment program in Canada that treats food addicts right alongside drug and alcohol addicts.
Friday December 16, 2016
The San'yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training program uses blunt talk to confront racial bias in Canadian healthcare, with the goal of making care safer and more accessible for Indigenous patients.read comments videoListen 26:29