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Crisis text line: 741‑741

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Emergencies: 911

Need urgent or emergency care? Crisis text line: 741‑741 Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1‑833‑456‑4566 Emergencies: 911

Mental health services and programs.

Discover person-centred counselling, neuropsychological and psychological services in addition to group programs for individuals and organizations.

Psychology and counselling services

We offer a variety of psychology and counselling services to address the mental health and wellness needs for people of all ages. Our person-centred approach includes personal support from a clinical case manager who will connect you to the resources that make sense for you - to put you on the right path to wellness.  

If you’re not sure what you’re looking for, our mini wellness check-up provides you with a brief assessment of your overall mental health, which can help determine the best program for you.

Individual counselling and treatment

Experienced clinicians work with you to understand your needs and find solutions to life’s common problems such as depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, addiction, chronic pain, grief and loss, and other major life transitions. Our team has expertise in providing support and treatment for individuals including cognitive behavioural, trauma-informed, attachment-based therapies, among others.

Brain health/neuropsychology services

Our neuropsychologists and psychometrists can assess cognitive abilities using the latest tools to develop a personalized neuropsychological profile to support diagnosis, treatment, or rehabilitation for people with concussion or other traumatic brain injuries, acquired brain injury (resulting from stroke, brain tumours, or other causes), neurological disorders (such as dementia, Parkinson’s Disease, MS, and others), and neurodevelopmental disorders (such as ADHD, learning disabilities, and more). We also offer therapy services to support psychological adjustment to neurological diagnoses.

Couples and family counselling

Sometimes, it’s necessary to seek support from a third party to navigate challenging relationship issues. Whether you’re struggling with communication with your spouse, partner, children or another family member, or you’re at a crossroad in a relationship, our clinicians can support you with these challenges.

Child, youth and parenting support

Whether you’re seeking help for your child or for yourself, our experienced psychologists and counsellors provide support for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, emotion regulation difficulties, behavioural issues, giftedness, tics and Tourette’s, trauma, attachment concerns, learning disabilities, and others. We also offer psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessments and services for children and youth. Check our group programs for information on parenting groups available near you.

Emerging treatments for treatment-resistant depression

We understand depression and offer pioneering options for treatment-resistant depression such as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) - a drug-free treatment for depression, and esketamine (SPRAVATO®) - a nasal spray used to treat adults with major depressive disorder. TELUS Health is pleased to offer clients these alternative treatments under the supervision of our trained clinicians.


Group Programs

We offer a variety of virtual and in-person group programs for individuals and for corporate audiences. Developed by experienced clinicians, our programs provide in-person or virtual access to supportive and educational group sessions for anyone.

Our calendar continues to evolve, so please check back regularly for updates. If you are interested in alternate dates or times or have a great idea for a program, we’d love to hear from you.

Fall / Winter 2021 Calendar - Individuals

Learn to Manage Stress

Stress is a normal part of everyday life, but you can help reduce its negative impact on your health and wellness by strengthening your stress resilience. This 8-week psychoeducation and skills-building program will help you understand stress and your stress responses, and provide resilience training through practical, research-supported strategies.

How to support an anxious child

Caring for a child who struggles with anxiety can present certain challenges. But there are ways to help an anxious child learn to tolerate worry and function well, even during events of heightened anxiety. This 6-week, skills-building program provides parents and other caregivers with information and tools to help a child manage a cycle of anxiety.

Parenting a child with ADHD - Part 1: Strategies

Parenting an ADHD child comes with unique challenges. This therapy group equips parents with valuable information and tools to support a child (6 - 12 years old) struggling with ADHD so you can move forward with compassion, confidence and consistency.

Parenting an adolescent with ADHD

Parenting a teen with ADHD can make a challenging time of life that much more challenging. This 5-week in-person psychoeducation and skills-building therapy group will provide parents and caregivers with valuable information and tools for parenting a teen (ages 13 -17) with ADHD - so you can move forward with compassion, confidence and consistency.

Parenting a child with ADHD - Part 2: Common Challenges

A follow-up to “Parenting your child with ADHD Part 1: Strategies, this therapy group equips parents of children with ADHD (6 - 12 years old) with the skills to navigate through common challenges.

Mental Fitness

Mental fitness is as important as physical fitness is to our health, and has been shown to help reduce perceived stress, improve well-being and cultivate creativity. This 4-part series of virtual sessions was created to provide evidence-based mental fitness strategies and tools that people can put into practice every day.

Fall / Winter 2021 Calendar - Corporate audiences

Psychological safety at work: Getting back to the workplace

On-demand

It's important to consider the emotional and psychological health of employees and leaders as they transition from predominantly home-based to in-person work. This webinar can help participants develop greater awareness of the health concerns of others and foster a respectful and compassionate workplace.

Mental Fitness for Employees

On-demand

Mental fitness is as important as physical fitness in the health and well-being of employees, and has been shown to help reduce perceived stress, improve work engagement and job satisfaction, and cultivate creativity. This four-part series of virtual sessions was created to provide evidence-based mental fitness strategies and tools that employees can put into practice every day.

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