Downloadable business card for referral of patients, clients, friends, family members or colleagues to this website:
For health professionals, organizations or bloggers wishing to include our fact sheets on their websites:
The following are all published research papers by the Mobilizing Minds Research Group:
Marcus, M., Westra, H., Eastwood, J, Barnes, K, & the Mobilizing Minds Research Group. (2012). What are Young Adults Saying About Mental Health? A Qualitative Analysis of Internet Blogs. Journal of Medical and Internet Research, 14(1):e17.
Marcus, M., Westra, H.A., & the Mobilizing Minds Research Group. (2012). Mental Health Literacy in Canadian Young Adults: Results of a National Survey. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 31(1), 1-15.
Cunningham, C. E., Walker, J., Eastwood, J. E., Westra, H., Rimas, H., Chen, Y., Marcus, M., Swinson, R., Bracken, K. & the Mobilizing Minds Research Group. (2013). Modeling Mental Health Information Preferences during the Early Adult Years: A Discrete Choice Conjoint Experiment. Journal of Health Communication, 1-28.
Nunes, M.S.P., Walker, J.R., Syed, T., De Jong, M., Stewart, D., Provencher, M., Swinson, R., Ferrari, J., Furer, P., & the Mobilizing Minds Research Group. (2014). A national survey of student extended health insurance programs in post-secondary institutions in Canada: Limited support for students with mental health problems. Canadian Psychology, 55(2): 101-109. doi: 10.1037/a0036476
Stewart, D., Hahlweg, K., Yaeger, A., Leonhart, M., Reynolds, K., Walker, J.R.,& The Mobilizing Minds Research Group. (2014). Postsecondary students’ information needs and pathways for help with stress, anxiety, and depression. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 48(3).
Reynolds, K., Walker, J.R., Walsh, K. & the Mobilizing Minds Research Group. (2014). How well do websites concerning children’s anxiety answer parents’ questions about treatment options? Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. doi: 10.1177/1359104514534948
The organizations listed below are leaders in the field of mental health. These National websites include links to provincial and local services, as well as helpful information and resources.