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- Tayyab Rashid on Strengths-Based Psychotherapy
- Go Back? But to Where? Globe & Mail, Facts & Arguments, June 26th, 2017
- Starting from Strengths: UTSC Oct 3RD, 2016
- How student mental health issues have changed by Paul Attfield, Globe & Mail, Oct, 18th, 2016
- Why Are You Never Happy by Gulli, Kathy, Mcleans, 48-51, March 16th, 2016.
- Stephens, Laurie, (2016). Positive news for mental health: Building on strengths can be as effective as treating symptoms, Bulletin, March, 1, 2016
- Healthy Minds: As U of T responds to a rise in mental health needs on campus, a powerful source of help emerges: students themselves by Cynthia Macdonald, University of Toronto Magazine, Winter, 2016
- Research Digest, Positive Psychotherapy: A Strengths-Based Approach
- Strengths-based Resilience, International Positive Education Network
- Good Therapy: Positive Psychotherapy: Using Strengths to Promote Balance
- A place to call home, Canadian Immigrant, May 30, 2011
- Interview with Ben Dean
- Resilience Consortium;
- CBC Fresh Air Interview, April 4th, 2014
- Award-winning Mental Health Program Helps First-Years Build Resilience
- Tayyab Rashid on Canadian Broadcasting Co-op’s program, Definitely Not Opera (DNTO)
Topic: What happened when life handed you lemons? (interview around 41:00 minute)
- Canadian Broadcasting Cooperation (CBC), Townhall meeting: Off Course, On Campus Town hall On stigma among young males to seek mental health treatment
- Hold the Door: Story of Growth: Hopehttp://www.holdthedoor.com/tayyab.htm.
- Therapy That Keeps on the Sunny Side of Life: Rising Number of Therapists Focus on the
- Positive Instead of Bad Parents, Other Demons, By Elizabeth Bernstein, Wall Street Journal, September 26, 2006
- How Happy Are You? What Modern Science can Teach you about turning that upside down, by Richard Connif, Men’s Health, January/February, 2006, pages 118-123.
- ABC of Mental Health
- Howdy Stranger; Globe & Mail Citizen; Fall 2005.