MENTAL HEALTH & Its Economic, Societal, and Individual Costs – Part 1 Good mental health refers to a state wherein we are able to fulfill our potential. It exists when we are able to make contributions to our community and our workplace. Mental Health: What is it? It has long been recognized that there is…Read more
About: Victor Camille Lebouthillier
Vic is President of Health Factors where he leads a team of clinical researchers whose focus is keeping abreast of the latest findings in the field of advanced behavioral science, to increase treatment effectiveness. Vic is also Clinical Director at the Alive Wellness Centre, an in-patient program for people seeking mental health well-being. Health Factors has been internationally recognized and used in 23 countries by both private and government clinics, insurance companies, and university clinical training programs and has received the following awards and recognition: The United Kingdom Medipex National Health mental health Innovation of the year Award. Placed on the SAMHSA National Registry of Evidence-based Practices. Received three Benjamin Franklin publishing awards. Approved US Military contractor and used on more than seven military bases. Selected partner with Mental Health Commission of Canada to promote workplace best practices.
Recent Posts by Victor Camille Lebouthillier
Loneliness...The New Epidemic – How It Affects You In 2017 the United States’ Surgeon General stated that in the 1980s, 20% of U.S. adults reported feeling lonely, a statistic that has soared to 40% today and is creating chronic stress and isolation. You’re living right smack dab in the middle of a health care revolution…Read more
People Avoiding Mental Health Support-A Paradox In 2004, the World Health Organization (WHO) reviewed the rates of psychiatric treatment usage as reported in 37 studies. The findings were quite alarming: Between 30% - 80% percent of people with mental health struggles never receive treatment. The average rates for no treatment for specific disorders were: schizophrenia…Read more
Did You Forget How To Play And Laugh? It can support your efforts in overcoming a mental health struggle or ward one off In 2007, I was approached by a middle-aged woman, who was a registered laughter therapist. She was part of the laughter movement, being led by Dr. Katari in India during the…Read more
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