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Bayridge psychotherapist St. Catherines

Resistance is Not Futile! It’s Survival:

By: Jeff Dieters

Published On: June 26, 2019

As a chaplain and psychotherapist serving in a correctional setting I am challenged to provide a consistently supportive response to individual presentations involving concurrent mental health and addiction disorders, as well as complex trauma exacerbated...

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LGBTQ Counselling Burlington

Pride

By: Meg Saxby

Published On: June 22, 2019

This June marks 50 years since the Stonewall riots, and 50 years of global Pride celebrations. Pride is all about recognizing and celebrating the contributions of LGBTQ people, communities and organizations. As a therapist and...

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Teens and Smartphone Addiction: What Parents Need to Know

Published On: May 19, 2019

Teen smartphone addiction is quickly growing into a new issue parents must face. In the past, parents had to worry about their teens experimenting with drugs, cigarettes, and alcohol. Today, parents have all that plus...

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psychotherapy for chronic pain

1 In 5 Canadians Struggle With Chronic Pain. Many Have Not Considered One Of The Best Options To Treat It.

By: Jay Rao

Published On: May 12, 2019

Fibromyalgia does not have a physical cause. Psychotherapy can help.   Having worked in a chronic pain clinic for many years offering both physical therapy and mental health counselling, I sympathize with all those affected...

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National Child and Youth Mental Health Day

National Child and Youth Mental Health Day

By: Jon Christink

Published On: May 7, 2019

It’s not a shock to most people that mental health issues are on the rise. We are fortunate in the modern era to have access to technology that widely disseminates information, and more and more...

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workplace fatalities - bayridge counselling centers

Let’s Work To Be Safe. But Let Us Never, Ever Stop Working

By: Kim Christink

Published On: April 28, 2019

951 workplace fatalities – 46 more than the previous year – 23 were 15-24-year-olds   Forty-six more!   More is not always good. In fact, in the case of 46 more workplace deaths it is...

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