Perspective: Moving Out of the Fog

by Ian S. Eight years ago I was the manager of a bar in Toronto. One night I got off early with a co-worker and took a cab to an after-hours club. I did a hit of ecstasy, and went out for a cigarette. I argued to get back in the club and that’s the last I remember. I...

Perspective: Moving Out of the Fog

by Ian S. Eight years ago I was the manager of a bar in Toronto. One night I got off early with a co-worker and took a cab to an after-hours club. I did a hit of ecstasy, and went out for a cigarette. I argued to get back in the club and that’s the last I remember. I...

Perspective: Lessons Learned

by Carolyn Lemsky, Ph.D.,C.Psych. I started my career trained as a neuropsychologist– the kind of psychologist that provides assessments of thinking, learning and memory when there’s cause to believe that there might be some problem with the brain.  I had no...