Mental Health Resources

Case Managers provide one-to-one help and support to individuals learning how to live with and manage their mental health. Case Managers can assist with improving relationships, managing money, finding a job and/or housing, and accessing addiction support or other services. 

Provides individuals a consultation with a psychiatrist several times per month. The goals of the Community Mental Health Clinic are prevention, stabilization, and treatment of mental disorders. Psychiatrists work together with a support team of mental health workers, community supports, and the individual's family doctor.

Through 6-8 brief, solution-focused counselling sessions, counsellors help individuals reach their preferred ways of living through various approaches, including bringing positive change to an individual's life. This program involves participants attending sessions with an agreed plan and/or approach with an understanding that counselling is a process that requires work and commitment.

Walk-in support that provides a listening ear, practical support such as replacement of lost health cards, linking individuals to housing and income supports, or referrals to counselling or addiction services.

This service is a counselling session in which the counsellor will provide a space to fully support you by providing a compassionate service from a humanistic approach that provides one with all of the practical tools to address various individual needs; empowering each person to reach their fullest, healthiest potential.

This service is a counselling session in which the counsellor will provide a space to fully support you by providing a compassionate service from a humanistic approach that provides one with all of the practical tools to address various individual needs; empowering each person to reach their fullest, healthiest potential.

This service is a counselling session in which the counsellor will provide a space to fully support you by providing a compassionate service from a humanistic approach that provides one with all of the practical tools to address various individual needs; empowering each person to reach their fullest, healthiest potential.

This service is a counselling session in which the counsellor will provide a space to fully support you by providing a compassionate service from a humanistic approach that provides one with all of the practical tools to address various individual needs; empowering each person to reach their fullest, healthiest potential.

This service is a counselling session in which the counsellor will provide a space to fully support you by providing a compassionate service from a humanistic approach that provides one with all of the practical tools to address various individual needs; empowering each person to reach their fullest, healthiest potential.

This service is a counselling session in which the counsellor will provide a space to fully support you by providing a compassionate service from a humanistic approach that provides one with all of the practical tools to address various individual needs; empowering each person to reach their fullest, healthiest potential.

Reach Out is a information, support and crisis service for people with mental health or addiction concerns living in Elgin, Oxford, Middlesex or London.  It is a free public service, run by trusted local organizations, that quickly connects you with the help that you need.

A database providing information about local therapists, information on mental health, personality disorders, relationships, family life, and personal growth.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) helps teach skills that control mood swings and impulsiveness. Group sessions teach strategies to overcome overly positive and negative moods that could lead to depressive episodes, how to recognize factors that worsen mood swings, and how to manage these feelings. 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) helps individuals identify how thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are connected and how they affect each other. In a group setting, participants learn how changes in their thoughts and actions can impact their emotions. Participants practice ways to challenge their negative beliefs about themselves and their future, the world, and are taught how to reduce and prevent feelings of anxiety. 

Dialectal Behavioural Therapy (DBT) is a form of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) used to help treat mood, anxiety, addiction, and eating disorders. Four types of skills are taught in group sessions: (1) mindfulness skills, through meditation; (2) interpersonal effectiveness skills by learning to create healthy boundaries, ask for what you need, how to say no, and cope with conflict in relationships; (3) emotion regulation skills, by learning about emotions and how to reduce or change emotions;  and (4) distress tolerance skills, by learning to cope with overwhelming emotions that cannot be changed.

Participants are taught strategies for how to cope with tiredness and distress related to taking care of their loved one. Information is provided about relevant mental health diagnoses and community support services. This group is an opportunity for families to connect through their shared experiences in supporting relatives with mental health issues. 

A document providing information and suggestions on general mental wellbeing & COVID-19, children & COVID-19, and mental health tips for quarantine. 

We provide private counselling services to support people addressing many different challenges.  The Mental Health team can also help clients to access housing, financial and crisis management services, or provide Psychiatry or Psychology services to children and youth of the Health Centre.