The Walrus Talks at Home: Mental Health

A meaningful conversation on individual and collective wellness

The Walrus Talks at Home: Mental Health

Four speakers discuss and answer questions about the pervasive stigmatization of mental health, the cost of underfunding its research, and the effects of COVID-19 on our well-being.


Photos of the speakers at The Walrus Talks Mental Health..

  • Wency Leung, health reporter, The Globe and Mail
  • Andres Lozano, neurosurgeon
  • Sope Owoaje, network representative,
  • Mark Henick, author of So-Called Normal: A Memoir of Family, Depression and Resilience

The Q&A session was moderated by Toronto Star mental health reporter, Nadine Yousif.

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