Mental Health Support

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You’re not alone. We’re here to help.

How you think and feel is important at every stage of your life — it impacts how you deal with life’s ups and downs. 

Looking for mental health care for yourself, you and a partner or your family? Our programs, services and health professionals work with your doctor to provide you the best possible care, when you need it.  

We can help you:

  • improve overall emotional, social and mental wellbeing
  • adjust to family or lifestyle changes and transitions
  • cope with stress, anxiety or depression
  • discuss relationships and spiritual or personal concerns
  • and more

We have several options for mental health support.

One-Step-at-a-Time Counselling

One-Step-at-a-Time is a free, one session at a time counselling service for adults, couples and families who are going through a challenge in life and need to talk. The program supports patients 12 years and older — minors must have a parent present.

Book a one-hour appointment with a counsellor to talk about whatever difficulty is most important for you to explore at this time. If you need additional help, you can book another appointment approximately four weeks later. You may see a different counsellor.

Call our program coordinator at (587) 774-9736 to book a free appointment. Please note: you must have a family doctor to book an appointment with this program.

Behavioural health consultant

You may also be able to talk to a behavioural health consultant through your family doctor’s office. They work collaboratively with your doctor to offer short-term assistance to help with emotional and mental wellbeing, stress or lifestyle changes and transitions. They work with individuals, couples and families to help you with concerns such as:

  • mild to moderate depression
  • anxiety
  • stress
  • anger
  • insomnia
  • relationships

Ask your doctor if they are able to refer you to behavioural health consultant.

Health team members

Our health management nurses can provide support for improving your emotional and mental well-being alongside your physical health concerns. Our social workers can support your mental health concerns as well as financial, community resource or other economic needs.

For a free in-person or virtual appointment, call our program coordinator at (587) 774-9736 or book online.

Related workshops

Anxiety 101

Anxiety can feel isolating, but you’re not alone. Our free, two-hour, single session Anxiety 101 workshop is a great way to learn about the basics of anxiety from a mental health professional and what tools can help you manage it. 

Anxiety to Calm

Anxiety to Calm is a designed to empower those dealing with anxiety by offering new strategies and evidence-based skills for managing it. Run by mental health professionals who offer feedback and coaching, this free workshop runs for four weeks, for two hours each time.

Happiness Basics

Whether you’re coping with mild to moderate depression or just looking to find more joy in your life, our free Happiness Basics workshop can help.