Grace, Kindness and Letting Go

Grace, Kindness and Letting Go

As a Registered Nurse and Psychotherapist, I find clients are often very self-critical, hard on themselves and play the ‘should’ blame game. I ‘should’ have done more, I ‘should’ know better, I ‘should’ have known this. We all do it. Unfortunately, for clients who struggle with mental health issues this negative inner critic can result […]
Writing a Letter to Yourself as a Form of Self Care

Writing a Letter to Yourself as a Form of Self Care

Have you ever left something unsaid or lost an opportunity to tell someone how you really felt? Or maybe it was it too difficult to tell someone how you really felt. We’ve all been there. A powerful tool that can help ease your pent-up anger, pain, or frustration is simply letter writing. You can write […]
How to Calm Panic Attacks

How to Calm Panic Attacks

Have you ever woken in the middle of the night to find that you can’t breathe, or that your mind is racing? Do you get a sudden rush of sweat and feel clammy shakiness too? Maybe you feel you can’t calm your mind during these episodes. What’s happening is your body’s response to stress, fear […]
Neuroscience of Addiction

What’s Up with the Neuroscience of Addiction?

Today, we know that addiction or chemical dependence is a disease of the brain. It is more accurately known as substance use disorder. Much progress over the past decade has led to increased acceptance for the fact that substance use disorder is an illness affecting the brain like asthma is an illness affecting the lungs. […]
5 Ways to Make Time for Meditation and Why You Should

5 Ways to Make Time for Meditation and Why You Should

If you yearn for a greater sense of calm, a fresh way to focus your attention and positive change in your life, meditation is an effective strategy for achieving it. The best part is it doesn’t require special equipment, just the motivation to stick with it. Meditation takes practice, but over time you’ll learn to […]
Covid-19 Anxiety

Coping with Covid-19 Related Anxiety, Stress and Depression

With so many cases of Covid-19, and all the restrictions and lockdowns across Canada, the mental health of Canadians has been well, a pretty significant topic. Due to the pandemic, social isolation and the uncertain times, we’re seeing an increasing rate of Covid-19 related depression, stress and anxiety in Canadians across the country. We’re just […]

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