How would you react?

Mental health prevention, intervention can help when someone 'behaves strangely'
By Mark Henick
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 12/15/2014

We’ve all been there: You’re going about your daily business, just doing your job as you do every day, when you encounter someone behaving strangely.


In that moment, you make a series of assumptions. The caricature of a rambling homeless person experiencing a mental illness, for example, may have just popped inexplicably into your mind.