Bell Let’s Talk, for those that don’t know, “is a wide-reaching, multi-year program designed to break the silence around mental illness and support mental health all across Canada.” It’s grown to be bigger than that, spanning across country and continental lines to anyone that wants to begin or be a part of a dialogue about mental health.
It also funnels money to an organization that, by its own internal study, has diminished the mental health of thousands of Canadians.
A majority of Bell’s donations from the Bell Let’s Talk campaign go to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health or CAMH. The CAMH employs one Doctor Kenneth Zucker who is their Psychologist-in-Chief and Head of the Gender Identity Service in the Child, Youth, and Family Program.
Kenneth Zucker is an advocate of trans-reparative therapy or the notion that transgender individuals can “heal” themselves if they just try hard enough. In 2003…
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