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July 1, 2022
Your Brain on Pain

Did you know that your brain interprets everything going on in your body 30 times a second throughout your lifetime? The intricate inner workings of the brain can help us perceive, react, memorize, and move based on messages from the outside world. This is why we want to discuss your brain on pain. Although pain […]

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June 1, 2022
Parenting a Child with a Developmental Delay

Did you know, that developmental delays occur in 10-15% of preschool children? Parenting a child with a developmental delay can be an incredibly challenging journey. Although every child learns and grows at a unique pace, it’s important to recognize the different types of developmental delays and how they may be impacting your child’s experiences in […]

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May 1, 2022
How You Can Use Calming Exercises for Anxiety

You’re enjoying your day and going for a walk in the park. Out of nowhere, you begin to experience anxiety. Your body tenses up, and you start sweating and breathing rapidly. The only thought in your head is the fact that you want to go home and ease your mind. You might have experienced similar […]

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April 1, 2022
Mental Health and Relationships: What to Expect and How to Help Each Other Through It

Did you know, 1 in 5 Canadians are personally affected by some form of mental health condition every year? Although there is an individual component to mental health and illness, it can also manifest into romantic relationships causing tension and uncertainty for many couples. Whether you’re the person who is experiencing a mental health condition, […]

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March 15, 2022
Why Self-Care Looks Different for Everyone

Did you know, consciously engaging in an enjoyable self-care routine is proven to improve your mood, increase levels of happiness, and minimize symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression!? What’s interesting about self-care is that it can look very different for every one of us. Activities that may soothe the soul and inspire positive emotions for […]

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March 1, 2022
The Benefits of Group Therapy in Grief Support and Healing After Loss

After losing a loved one the flooding emotions of pain, disbelief, guilt, and profound sadness can become nearly debilitating. Grief and bereavement is a complex experience that can be expressed in many ways that are both unique and personal. No matter what your individual experience with grief is, it is clear that it takes a […]

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February 14, 2022
Important Coping Strategies to Help You Get Through the Day

Coping strategies are beneficial tools to help us deal with difficult situations and overcome them with more resilience. Whether we learn to cope with new situations as they come or have grown our skills through support networks and counselling, their purpose is to help us develop the strength and willpower to continue moving forward. Throughout […]

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February 1, 2022
How Social Media Impacts the Mental Health of Teens and Adolescents

Did you know that by 2015, 92% of teens and young adults owned their own smartphones? As these numbers began to rise, so did feelings of anxiety, depression, social isolation, and a variety of other negative consequences. Anyone with a working smartphone device can clearly see the rapidly evolving nature of this technology right at […]

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January 15, 2022
Compassion Fatigue and Burnout Among Healthcare Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Currently, healthcare workers are experiencing ongoing stress, burnout, and immense compassion fatigue amidst multiple waves of the COVID-19 pandemic. While burnout rates have continued to climb throughout the course of the pandemic, the need to protect the mental health of our valued healthcare workers is at an all-time high. Throughout this article, we will explore […]

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December 15, 2021
Social Anxiety: What You Need to Know and How to Deal With It

Many of us have experienced some form of social stress from time to time. Whether you’re presenting during a class project or attending an event where you don’t know many people, it’s certainly not uncommon to feel a sense of nervousness or self-consciousness. However, there is a form of social stress that contributes to a […]

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