News Posted On Feb 13, 2021

Symptoms of Depression

Have you been feeling heavier lately? From the cold of winter and lack of sunlight, to COVID restrictions and an uncertain future, we are all carrying a lot. The first step to taking control of depression is to recognize its symptoms. ...

News Posted On Jan 26, 2021

Crystal's Story

Crystal was caring for her grandchildren when her world turned upside down. She had been sober for sixteen years but was accused of using drugs and alcohol. The next day her grandchildren were taken into care. ...

News Posted On Jan 14, 2021

Transforming Anxiety into Peace

Is the anxiety gremlin knocking at your door? Anxiety impacts us physically, emotionally, behaviourally, and cognitively. Symptoms may be mild to severe and experienced differently from one person to the next.  ...

News Posted On Dec 01, 2020

Developing Self-Love

Looking to build your self-love? These tips can give you a place to start. ...

News Posted On Nov 01, 2020

Remote Burnout

Although you may not be at the office as often, you are still at risk of burnout. You may have noticed a rise in your stress levels as virtual meetings and distractions from home have increased. It’s important to know what burnout is and its symptoms…

News Posted On Oct 23, 2020

Mental Health in the Family

Our Director of Community-Based Services discusses mental health in the family during the United Way's Learning Lab. ...

News Posted On Oct 01, 2020

Blue's Story

When Blue started grade seven, she was suspended for lashing out and for her use of language. She was then introduced to Philiana, the school’s mental health therapist with The Family Centre. ...

News Posted On Aug 25, 2020

Jessica's Story

At the beginning of the pandemic, Jessica was extremely fearful of what was going to happen. Counselling gave her the confidence and reassurance to pull through. ...

News Posted On Aug 21, 2020

Creating a Relaxing Home Environment

As of late, you may find more stressors in your life than usual. Making your home the counterweight to your daily stress is important as we find ourselves spending more time at home. ...

News Posted On Aug 10, 2020

Being Protocol Ready

Being protocol ready is very important when approaching Elders. For International Day of World’s Indigenous People, our Knowledge Holder explains why. Learn how you can be protocol ready on a daily basis. ...

News Posted On Jul 28, 2020

Nataz's Story

Being at home because of COVID has allowed Nataz to feel more comfortable exploring her culture. Find out what Nataz has learned so far from working with our knowledge holder, Sherrylynne.  ...

News Posted On Jul 18, 2020

Planning Your Days During Isolation

Most of us aren’t feeling overly productive at the moment but it’s important to make time for fun. What are some fun activities that make you smile or laugh? ...

News Posted On Jun 21, 2020

How to Smudge

Ever thought about smudging but didn’t know where to start? Learn about the different types of sages, the purpose of smudging, and how to smudge with our Knowledge Holder Sherrylynne. ...

News Posted On May 14, 2020

Physical Care in Isolation

Taking care of ourselves physically is a great way to reduce stress and anxiety. What has been your go-to at-home exercise? ...

News Posted On Apr 25, 2020

Thinking Positively

Negative and self-defeating thoughts can feed anxiety and stress. What are you doing to change your negative thoughts during isolation? ...

News Posted On Mar 17, 2020

Hand Model of The Brain

Understanding how your brain impacts your logic, socializing, and reasoning can seem like a lot. Watch as one of our Success Coaches uses Daniel Seigel’s Hand Model of the Brain to easily explain what happens when we “flip our lids”. ...

News Posted On Feb 25, 2020

Susanne's Story

Worried about being a parent because of childhood trauma, Susanne joined Healthy Relationships. Using music and what she learned in the therapeutic group, Susanne continues to nurture her relationship with her daughter. ...

News Posted On Feb 20, 2020

Enjoying the Winter

Who said winter was for hermits? There are many low-cost or free activities to do so that you can still enjoy the outdoors during winter. ...

News Posted On Jan 10, 2020

Sleep Hygiene

Did you know that sleep hygiene is a thing? On a scale of 1 – 10, how would you rate yours?  ...

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