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Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Is Mental illness affecting North America Economic potential and their Bottom line?






UPEI hopes Mental Health Week will help students who are stressed, anxious or depressed. People in their late teens to early 20s are at the highest risk for mental illness. UPEI hopes Mental Health Week will help students who are stressed, anxious or depressed. People in their late teens to early 20s are at the highest risk for mental illness. (iStock)picture credit CBC 

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Is Mental illness affecting Canada’s economic potential and their Bottom line? And Are there Cost Effective ways for the Governments to reduce ways for Incarcerating our youth.

Money and Business with Samuel Ezerzer


lisa lallouz on the left


live on Money and Business show 1650AM
AT 4PM-5PM and Replayed Monday at 7pm
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As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, the Canadian Alliance of Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) nominated Jeremy to tell his story. See how he's learned to embrace and manage Obsessive Compulsive Disorder without any medication. Join Bell Canada, and take action to fight the stigma associated with mental illness.



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Is Mental illness affecting Canada’s economic potential and their 
Bottom line? And Are there Cost Effective ways for the Governments to reduce ways for Incarcerating our youth.
About 10 years ago to suggest mental health was a critical issue for Canadian businesses would have seemed ludicrous. But that thought is quickly catching on as Ottawa  announced earlier this month of a national standard to help businesses put in place policies that improve employees’ psychological health, The Government Ottawa finally admitted that there are far too many Canadians with mental illness for the business community to ignore
them.

The standard came in response to the findings of a federal study showing there are as many as 800,000 well-educated workers in Canada who suffer from mental disabilities but who are perfectly capable of 
working if offered the right conditions in which to do so — a staggering number considering the labour shortages faced by many of the nation’s critical industries.



Today Live from Our Studios of Radio Shalom CJRS 1650AM in Montreal we will be speaking about the economic costs of mental illness in Canada. We will be discussing the direct health care costs of mental illness as well as the indirect costs and the importance of addressing this important issue affecting 1 in 5 North Americans and as well We will be discussing how our money can be better spent on rehabilitative therapeutic interventions in dealing with the youth delinquency and addiction as opposed to current punitive measures we have in place now

that do not work.


My name is Samuel Ezerzer, your host to the Money & Business show on Radio Shalom, CJRS 1650 AM. Thank you for tuning in live on the Money & Business show, with our Business studios headquarters in Montreal,
the financial capital and the home to the greatest hockey team, the
Montreal Canadians. We have another great show for you today and as always, you can call if you have any questions, comments, or criticisms on today's topic. Please call us direct at 514 738 4100 ext 200 or email me at moneyandbusinessshow@gmail.com if you have any inquiries. You can also visit our website at http://www.radio-shalom.ca/ – all our shows are archived there.




BIOGRAPHY

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Lisa Lallouz 

Has her degree in social work and is a youth and child counselor .She has 20 years experience working with children and families in education  and social work She has been the driving force behind the creation of various programs to help children . She is currently the director of support services at "open doors Toronto " an online counseling service dedicated to providing teens and their families with counseling and support  before during and after crisis .


Having experienced first hand the nightmares of family crisis , Lisa

successfully  guides family's through whatever challenges they may be
facing . An expert in analysis she can provide preventive guidelines
that will save families from tremendous pain and suffering as well as
financial loss and exploitation .




Vivian Bacman
Vivian Bacman is a professional in the field of mental health. She has
a Master Degree in Psychology as well as in Social Work. She has been working in psychotherapy and mental health services for the last 30 years. Currently she is the
Supervisor of a multi-disciplinary Mental Health Team in the Health and Social Services
system in Montreal.


Clara Hughes is an athlete for all seasons. She's one of the biggest stories to emerge in Canadian sports, and she's not finished  yet. A six-time Olympic medalist in cycling and speed skating; she's the only athlete in history to win multiple medals in both Summer and Winter

Games. She is the National Spokesperson for the Bell Let's Talk Mental Health initiative, including Bell Let's Talk Day. By sharing past struggles with depression, Clara has helped break down the stigma associated with mental illness.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=In2tXg0Hw1g&feature=endscreen&NR=1




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Lisa Lallouz, MSW

Lisa is compassionate and dedicated to children and families. She has been the driving force in the creation of various programs and movements to help children of all ages. Her heart and door are always open.Even with over 20 years experience working with children and families,
Lisa found herself in crisis when her marriage abruptly ended. Suddenly she went from driving her child's carpools and attending after school events to meetings at police stations, court rooms, and drug detox centers. She became a mother whose family was torn apart
and thrust into chaos.

Having personally experienced family crisis, Lisa is able to provide a unique perspective as she counsels and guides other families and teens throughout this painful process. She is committed to sharing her story as a means to lessen the shame, reduce alienation, and empower families. Lisa works to dispel the myths and falsehoods surrounding these issues, provides clear practical steps tailored to individual families, and assists in navigating court, and legal issues. Lisa has an educational background in Women's and Judaic Studies and a

Masters degree from McGill University in Social Work.

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As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, the Canadian Alliance of Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) nominated Jeremy to tell his story. See how he's learned to embrace and manage Obsessive Compulsive Disorder without any medication. Join Bell Canada, and take action to fight the stigma associated with mental illness.


Bell Let's Talk Day - Office

4:15
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zOPrq3Vv8Gs


Bell Let's Talk - Harmony shares her story conquering mental illness |

Bell Canada
4:30
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5jk6tMyt24


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdDvrWiiXkY

Bell Let's Talk - Jeremy shares his story conquering mental illness |
Bell Canada
4:45


END OF SHOW 5PM

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