Check my Mood
If you need help with depression, anxiety, or any other mental health issue, please visit your family doctor. Your family doctor can:
assess, monitor, and treat common difficulties with mental health
refer you to further resources in your community as necessary.
Your employer may provide resources for employees dealing with mental health issues. You may have access to:
Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs).
EAPs are confidential, short term counselling services for employees to get help with personal difficulties, including depression and anxiety. Check with your employer as to whether they provide an EAP.
Contact your Human Resources department for further information about resources available to you through your work.
Online and self-guided resources:
Depression and anxiety resources:
Educational materials about depression in many languages.
Interactive Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy websites you can work through online:
Living Life to the Full
Antidepressant Skills at Work
A free, self-guided program for people with low mood and depression to manage their symptoms and workplace stress. A paper copy can also be purchased.
Mental Health Works
A resource for employers and employees about workplace depression and other mental health issues. Sponsored by the Canadian Mental Health Association.
The Mood Disorders Centre’s website for the clinical research program
Working With Depression
. Provides access to published research and resources for clinicians and the public.
MoodFx Instructional Videos:
Video 1: Check My Mood & Share my Results
Video 2: My History & Measurement-Based Care
Video 3: Alerts: Reminders, Appointments, and Tips