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The Family Caregiving Project shares online resources to improve mental health care for families

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  To mark World Mental Health Day on October 10, The Family Caregiving Project — a research study led by Professor Charmaine Williams — has released a collection […]

Charmaine Williams talks about racism and mental health on the Catch up on Kids Mental Health podcast

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On August 30, Professor Charmaine Williams was Janet Morrison’s guest on the “Catch-Up on Kids Mental Health” […]

#SafeHandsSafeHearts addresses the needs of racialized LGBTQIA+ communities in Thailand, India and Canada during COVID-19

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Research led by Professor Peter A. Newman, Provost Postdoctoral Fellow Notisha Massaquoi and Professor Charmaine Williams has […]

New video series from The Family Caregiving Project provides insight on how families navigate mental illness

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The Family Caregiving Project, led by FIFSW Professor Charmaine Williams, has launched a series of videos to […]

Black History Month: Celebrating Black Excellence

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  In honour of Black History Month, communities throughout the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and the […]

Charmaine Williams talks to Breakfast Television about the disproportionate mental health and health impacts of Ontario’s Stay at Home orders

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Professor Charmaine Williams spoke to Breakfast Television about the effect that Ontario’s COVID-19 Stay at Home orders […]

The Toronto Star talks to Ramona Alaggia and Charmaine Williams for insight on COVID-19’s impact on women’s mental health

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Factor-Inwentash Faculty professors Ramona Alaggia and Charmaine Williams were interviewed for a Toronto Star article on COVID-19’s […]

Charmaine Williams is promoted to the rank of full professor

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  I am delighted to share with you that Professor Charmaine Williams has been promoted to the […]