Chapter 1: Abnormal Behaviour in Historical Context

 

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Mental Health Canada
This website is a searchable national directory of psychiatrists, psychologists, psychoanalysts, counsellors, and psychotherapists searchable who offer medical treatment and/or specialize in individual, couples, marital, family or group therapy.

Canadian Psychiatric Association

National professional association for Canadian psychiatrists, who employ the medical approach to the treatment of psychological disorders.

Canadian Psychological Association

National professional association for Canadian psychologists, advocating for the science and practice of psychology in Canada, and accrediting training programs in professional areas of psychology.

Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
National association of professionally trained counsellors; its members work in many diverse fields of education, employment and career development, social work, business, industry, mental health, public service agencies, government and private practice.

Psychology in Canada
The Canadian Psychological Association's links to national, provincial, and territorial associations, licensing requirements, and professional (clinical) psychology programs.

Canadian Mental Health Association

Promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness, through advocacy, education, research and service.

Public Health Agency of Canada: Mental Health Website

Information on mental health problems, programs, and services in Canada.

The Scientific Exploration of Astrology

Presents articles by leading scientific researchers who describe the results of research into astrology, the practical and philosophical problems of such research, and what astrology books aren't telling you--all in plain English.

Bethlem Royal Hospital Archives and Museum
Online archive presenting the history of the Bethlem Royal Hospital, popularly known as “Bedlam.”

Clarence M. Hincks

Brief bio of Dr. Hincks, who is credited with leading the way to the founding of the Canadian Mental Health Association.