The Grief Recovery Method® is an action-orientated program designed to help you alleviate the pain, isolation and loneliness caused by loss of any kind. The program will equip you with the tools to resolve emotions that are still causing you pain and teach you how to recover from loss with supportive, emotional guidance every step of the way.
Stressed at work? Getting bullied? This class might be just what you need.
If you’re experiencing stress and bullying in the workplace, join us for this informative seminar. We’ll review these negative workplace conditions, the causes, and how they affects people’s overall mental and physical level of functioning. We also teach you what you can do to alleviate the stress, how to handle bullying, and help you create coping mechanisms to get your work-life balance back on track. Sign up today!
If you’ve been struggling with stress, anxiety or depression, this group class is a great starting point.
We explore some common mental health concerns and teach coping strategies. You may get everything you need from this group, or you may need to seek additional mental health resources in your journey to wellness.
No matter what your addictive behavior, SMART Recovery can help.
We are pleased to offer this support group to help patients with addiction learn self-empowering tools and provide support for each other in recovery. The goal of SMART Recovery is for you to achieve a healthy, positive and balanced lifestyle so you can conquer new challenges when you feel confident your addictive behavior is behind you.
Can’t fall asleep? Can’t stay asleep? If you’re having trouble sleeping, we can teach you strategies to help you sleep better.
Insomnia is one of the most commonly reported health complaints among adults. Poor sleep can negatively impact mood, relationships and job performance. While you can’t work harder to force yourself to sleep, you can work smarter.
Missing out on the good things in life? Dwelling on the past? Feeling down?
If this sounds familiar, we can help. MBCT is a FREE 8-week course to help patients with depression learn coping skills. You’ll learn how to manage distressing thoughts and feelings, as well as increase self-compassion and self-acceptance.
The Craving Change™ program is a how-to guide for changing your relationship with food.
We’ll explore the situations, thoughts and emotions that affect food choices and, using a cognitive-behavioural approach, you’ll learn how to deal with your specific eating struggles by changing your thoughts and behaviors.
Want to learn to deal with your anger? Take charge today.
In this new workshop, we’ll talk about about what causes and maintains anger, help you learn about your own anger styles, and touch on why we get so angry. The class introduces cognitive behavioural therapy methods of coping and working through anger, and provides a supportive environment to discuss strategies and implement changes in everyday life. Join us.