Mental Health Illness Checklist by Dr. Kathy Keil
The Public Health Agency of Canada defines mental illnesses as alterations in thinking, mood or behaviour associated with significant distress and impaired functioning. They result from complex interactions of biological, psychosocial, economic and genetic factors.1 Mental illnesses can affect individuals of any age; however, they often appear by adolescence or early adulthood. There are many different types of mental illnesses, and they can range from single, short-lived episodes to chronic disorders.
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