Dr. Joti Samra interviewed by 680 CJOB Radio Winnipeg Concerns Raised that Canadians are spending more time Online

(Aly Thomson The Canadian Press, Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Canadians are spending more time surfing the web than ever before, according to a new report that’s raising concerns about how technology distracts from real-world relationships. The report from Media Technology Monitor released Tuesday said on average, anglophone Canadians who were surveyed spent 24.5 hours online […]

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Dr. Joti Samra Shares How Managing Emotions Can Help You with the Home Buying Process

Dr. Samra is a featured clinical expert in all three seasons of the Animal Planet docu-reality series Confessions: Animal Hoarding, developed by the producers of the critically acclaimed A & E series Intervention. Dr. Samra has been the host and psychological expert in both seasons of Million Dollar Neighbourhood, a docu-reality series on OWN:Oprah Winfrey Network and has served as […]

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Dr. Joti Samra interviewed on News 1130 about the Science behind Blue Monday

(by Simon Druker)   VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – If you’ve been feeling a little down or depressed lately, you’re probably not alone. Today marks, what is supposed to be, the saddest day of the year known as Blue Monday.   The science behind Seasonal Affective Disorder may have been altered over this past winter which […]

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Dr. Joti Samra interviewed on News 1130 on Winter Weather bringing out the Worst in some People

(by Simon Druker)   VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – From scuffles for free salt, to stealing sand from beaches, this winter weather seems to have brought out the worst in some people. And that same attitude is likely to prevail in the case of a more serious disaster or emergency like an earthquake.   Running out […]

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Dr. Joti Samra on 107.7 FM – Pop Culture and the Adolescent Mind

(by Raj Sihota) In our youth, many of us remember a time where we plastered images of our favorite celebrities and heartthrobs across our bedroom walls. As humans, we have always looked up to various types of leaders in our social hierarchy. However, with the rise of social media and endless amounts of real-time press […]

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Dr. Joti Samra speaks to News1130 about Teenage Gambling in Light of New CAMH Study

TORONTO, March 30, 2016 – Nearly 10 per cent of teens in three Canadian provinces said they had gambled online in the past three months, according to a new study by researchers from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the University of Waterloo. It’s the first Canadian-based study to find such high […]

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Dr. Joti Samra speaks to News1130 about Jian Ghomeshi ruling and impact on Sexual Assault Victims

(By Mark Gollom, CBC News)   Jian Ghomeshi will take time to “reflect and move forward” following his acquittal on four counts of sexual assault and one count of choking by an Ontario court judge.   Ghomeshi, 48, and his lawyer Marie Henein had said nothing as they exited the courthouse following the ruling. But later Thursday evening, the former CBC […]

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Dr. Joti Samra Joins Pulse 107.7 FM

We’re very excited to have Dr. Joti Samra as a regular guest on the Kash Heed Show, every Friday morning. She is a registered psychologist and an innovator in the area of psychological health and wellness. You may have seen Dr. Samra on television as a host and psychological expert in both seasons of Million […]

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Dr. Joti Samra interviewed by News 1130 about how to talk to Children about the Paris attacks

(by Mike Lloyd) VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – If your child is exhibiting unusual signs of anxiety, it could be an indication they’re being overwhelmed by all the media coverage of the attacks in Paris.   Psychologist Dr. Joti Samra says anxiety and stress can be expressed in different ways. “Things like appetite changes [or] difficulty […]

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