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Mental Health
Services provided by the mental health counselors are aimed at mild to moderate mental health issues. Our counselors provide a wide range of programs and events - follow the links below to find out more.
Mindfulness Integrated CBT
Better Sleep (Via OTN)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Diabetes
This program is designed to support at risk patients and those who have stable type II Diabetes. Initial assessment may be completed by the Nurse Specialist and the Dietitians.
Diabetes Support Group
Introduction to Diabetes
Seniors Care

The goal of this service is to help seniors enjoy an enhanced quality of life, and to promote independence and aging in place through falls prevention, gentle exercise, health eating, memory clinic, medication management and supporting a positive outlook on life.

 

Transitions Through Stories
Memory Clinic
Geriatrician Clinics
Building Brain Resilience Program
Geriatric Psychiatry Clinic
Falls Risk Assessment
Better Sleep (Via OTN)
Pregnancy and Babies
Pre and antenatal services for women and babies.
PreNatal Nutrition Session
Breastfeeding Support
Healthy Lifestyle
Wellness programs are provided through an interdisciplinary team approach.
Managing Menopause
Healthy You For Life (Follow-up Group)
PreNatal Nutrition Session
Let's get Cooking
Breastfeeding Support
Craving Change Booster Group
Healthy You Program
Craving Change
Lung Health

Lung Health

Asthma Education
Pulmonary Rehab
Smoking Cessation
Smoking Cessation
Smoking Cessation Program
Smoking Cessation Support Group
Heart Health
Designed to meet the ongoing needs of patients with advanced congestive heart failure and based on the St Mary's congestive heart failure clinic
Heart Smart Cholesterol Class
Chronic Disease Management

Chronic pain assessments are offered upon referral of your primary care provider (Physician, Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant) to any patient wishing to understand more about their chronic pain and how to best manage it.  

Assessments are done by a multidisciplinary team with a focus on education of the neurophysiology of pain, self-management strategies and recommendations for medication optimization when appropriate.  

Assessments generally require a single visit that last about 1 hour.  The information and recommendations are sent to your primary care provider in a consult letter.

Back Care Education
Fibromyalgia Workshop
Chronic Disease Peer Support Group
Osteoporosis Workshop
Arthritis Clinic
Take Charge!
Physical Health
Registered dietitians provide the Dietary and Nutrition service to which family physicians and nurse practitioners may refer patients. Individual treatments or education programs can be offered according to need.
Transition to Stepping Out Program
Stepping Out program
Cataract Trail Walking Grp
Indoor Walking Group
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