LifeCare Centres is pleased to announce a free group for men needing to gain traction over sex addiction. This group is run by Paul Robertson, a certified Sex Recovery Therapist (trained under Dr. Douglas Weiss of the AASAT), and Registered Psychotherapist.
Do you feel yourself sleepwalking through life? Are you soul weary? Do you long to fully live? So how does one break free from soul depression? Respected psychologist Dr. Lin believes that only biblical truth can wake a sleeping soul to the full life Jesus promised.
LifeCare Centres provides exceptional, quality counselling and psychological services to individuals, couples, and families. Our purpose is to empower our clients to manage life with integrity, authenticity, and wholeness by providing them with life-applicable tools for growth healing, and fulfillment.
Boris considers it a privilege to encourage people in their desire to create life changes, and to join with them in their efforts to rediscover a vision for their lives. He has worked as an individual, couple, and family therapist at a local agency in the Peel and Dufferin regions for over five years…
Family doctors are the first point of contact for most people seeking diagnosis and care, but a disconnect between physicians and mental health professionals leaves many stranded. To read more, click the link to the The Star article. Patients suffer over gap between physical and mental health care
Despite the ubiquity of mental illness and the steady erosion of the social stigma once attached to such struggles, the health-care system has not kept up. To read more, click the link to the The Star article. It’s past time to invest in mental health
The stigma around mental illness in the workplace costs employers $20 billion a year. To read more, click the link to the CBC article.
In this new group, you will learn about your inner critic, how to be conscious of your thoughts and interpretations, how to confront the negative beliefs, and you will also learn how to have compassion for yourself! Click for more details!
“…more young people may be showing up at hospitals because the stigma around mental health disorders is diminishing, making them feel more comfortable admitting to a problem and seeking help for it, which she calls a positive sign. But the reason for the increase could also reflect a negative — a lack of access to community-based programs.”
Dr. Lin, Scott Armstrong, and Melinda Estabrooks shared their stories today!
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