Bullying and Pink Shirt Day
Registered Psychologist Dr. Ganz Ferrance joins J'Lyn Nye at 630CHED on Pink Shirt Day (February 26, 2020) to talk about bullying and how it affects everyone from teens and tweens to adults at work and home.
How to deal with the holidays
Registered Psychologist Dr. Ganz Ferrance joins J'Lyn Nye at 630CHED for a special episode on Christmas Eve to talk about the holidays. Season's Greetings to you and yours!
With the holidays closing in on us, Registered Psychologist Dr. Ganz Ferrance spoke today about why NOW is a good time to talk about stress. Don’t be left behind, pre-plan your holiday stress ahead of time.
EDMONTON — Whether it's family tension or financial worry, the holiday season can quickly become overwhelming.
Registered psychologist Dr. Ganz Ferrance says the best way to handle it is to prepare yourself. Anticipate what you think will be stressful and what you will do to manage it.
How Does That Make You Feel?
Registered Psychologist Dr. Ganz joins us to discuss - You don’t have to “go it alone” - Entrepreneurs and Stress
I was at the Canadian Mental Health Association Conference “Working Stronger”. They had a report on the mental health concerns for entrepreneurs. This is usually a forgotten segment when research is done. The findings were pretty interesting and I would say relevant to everyone. The fact is that we’ll over 90% of business in North America is “small business” and with the “Me Inc” mentality now in the workforce, even if you’re an employee these issues can still apply to you. So in a way we are all entrepreneurs. LISTEN now to hear about some of the things you need to know AND what you can do about them...
The new school year can be a stressful time for students, especially when it comes to dealing with bullying. But parents can help their children respond. According to Registered Psychologist Dr. Ganz Ferrance, the first step is talking with them.