Mental Health &
The Financial Advice Relationship
At Bridgehouse, we’re committed to investigating the role that mental health plays in the financial advice relationship, including ways to better equip advisors with the resources that they need to meet the needs of their clients. We’ve partnered with the Canadian Mental Health Association – Toronto to share information and support tools about mental health & the financial advice relationship.
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Promoting investor well-being
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Post-event interviews from Toronto gathering of investment industry members in April
Anne Kilpatrick, Principal, Navigator Ltd. on the types of mental health issues financial advisors are encountering with clients.
Adam Wiseman, Manager Forensic ACT Program, CMHA talks about the importance of helping people in crisis.
Carol Lynde on why mental health is a significant issue for financial advisors.
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