The Psychology Foundation of Canada translates leading psychological research into state-of-the-art programs to promote mental health. Our goal is to help people manage stress and build their resilience in the home, the community and the workplace. Our programs are delivered through multiple channels and diverse partnerships across Canada.
About THE PSYCHOLOGY FOUNDATION OF CANADA
The Psychology Foundation of Canada (PFC) was founded in 1974 to promote the understanding and use of research-based psychological knowledge to help people in their daily lives - through programs for children and parents. The Foundation is a national registered charitable organization governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees comprised of psychologists, business and community leaders. PFC receives no government funding and relies solely on gifts from corporations, foundations and individuals to develop and support mental health promotion programs.
PFC'S programs are First Three Years "Make the Connection", Kids Have Stress Too!, Parenting for Life, Staying on Top of Your Game and Diversity in Action - Adapting Mental Health Services for Newcomer Families.
What People Are Saying
"The best approaches to improving executive functions and school outcomes… address stresses in students’ lives, attempting to resolve external causes and strengthen calmer, healthier responses"
— Adele Diamond, 2010., Read More