If you want to talk to someone, here's a list of resources that might help
National crisis hotlines and other resources
Therapy is a uniquely personal journey that not everyone can afford. The CBC podcast Other People's Problems glimpses into the private therapy sessions of eight people with their long-term counselor Hillary McBride.
With McBride's guidance they confront a variety of issues, from childhood trauma and break-ups to sexuality in marriage and anxiety management.
There are many different types of therapies and therapists. If you want to talk to someone, below is a list of resources that you might want to check out
Also, if you have access to a family doctor you can talk to or have an Employee Assistance Program at work, those are good places to start your search.
National resources for information about mental health and therapy
National Crisis Hotlines
- If you're having thoughts of suicide, or are worried about someone else, Talk Suicide is here to listen. Connect to a crisis responder for help in English or French without judgment. Call 1-833-456-4566 toll-free, any time – or text 45645 from 4 p.m. to midnight ET.
- 1-833-456-4566, or text 45645
Native Youth Crisis Hotline
Resources by province
Manitoba Crisis Line
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
Resources by territory