To sum up
Resources at your institution, introduces you to the people at your institution to whom you can turn to, according to your needs.
Well being and mental disorders, talks to you about your well-being and provides you with a Mini Mental Health Dictionary to help you understand and identify the different psychic disorders out there.
Who's who? explains the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist and tells you about all the different professionals you can turn to according to your needs.
Nearby health facilities, gives you the addresses and the practical details regarding the nearest, free health facilities.
Tips and tricks to survive your preparatory class marathon, provides you with tips, information and resources to coach you all throughout the marathon that is a preparatory class. It allows you to give the best of yourself during the long run ahead.
Taking stock, offers you various free scientific surveys that help you get to know yourself and/or take stock on a particular subject.
A glimpse into History
If I say "mental disorder", what comes to mind?
For many decades, our society has portrayed the "mentally ill person" as a madman, a bizarre, marginal, even violent and dangerous person.
But did you know that before the 17th century, people suffering from mental illness were not excluded from society as they are today?
It was only during the "Great Confinement," with a widespread concern for witchcraft, that representations of mental illness were transformed.
The "madmen" were then locked up alongside the "vagabonds", the "debauched", the prostituted women and the elderly. An amalgam that seems to have remained very much alive in today's society !