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A visit to Avenstone in August: Magical and Meaningful

Just as there exists in writing a literal truth and a poetic truth, there also exists in a human being a literal anatomy and a poetic anatomy. One, you can see; one, you cannot. One is made of bones and teeth and flesh; the other is made of energy and memory and faith. But they are both equally true.
—Elizabeth Gilbert, quoting her friend, Bob, in “Eat, Pray, Love,” p. 144

Avenstone is a residential property located not far from Kingston, just north of Camden East, owned and cared for by Jane and Peter Good. Read more ›

in Announcements and Reminders,Articles

Three free anxiety-related resources on Dr. Martin Antony’s website

I read a comic posted on Facebook recently that said something like “what a nice winter we’re having this spring”. It has been indeed.

One of the ways to enjoy a winter-like day in spring is to do some reading. On that note, I was revisiting the website of Dr. Martin Antony recently. Dr. Martin Antony is a psychologist in Ontario who specializes in anxiety disorders and cognitive-behaviour therapy in part. Below are three helpful axiety-related resources that are currently posted on his website and available to download for free. Read more ›

in Downloads,For carers,For the public

New Canadian Website & Resource on Self-Injury: Self-Injury Outreach and Support

I’m happy to share a relatively new Canadian web resource now up and running headed by Dr. Stephen Lewis from the University of Guelph and Dr. Nancy Health from McGill University. Both have been conducting valuable research in the field along with their team.

The website, Self-injury Outreach & Support, is a collaboration between the two universities and can be found at

in External Resources,Self-Injury

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