Mental Health Concerns

Mental Health Support for Changing Life Circumstances and Chronic Medical Conditions

One in five Canadians experiences a mental health problem at some point in their life. Suffering an illness, injury, or life-altering circumstance can increase vulnerability for mental health concerns. Feeling embarrassed, ashamed, or concerned over judgment can prevent people from seeking support. The sooner someone gets help, the less likely these problems will worsen or return in the future.

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“The greatest glory in living lies not in never failing, but in rising every time we fail.”

— Nelson Mandela
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When Should I Seek
Help for My Mental Health?

It is natural to have days when we feel “off.” But, when we start to have more “off” days than “on” days, and these feelings begin to interfere with our life, it may signal a problem. Sometimes speaking with a close friend, family member, or spiritual advisor is enough to address these concerns. However, if your concerns become more disruptive or overwhelming, seeking the support of a mental health professional can help you work through and cope with these struggles.

Treatment for Mental Health Concerns

Difficulty Coping with Depression, Anxiety,
or Adjusting to Chronic Medical Conditions

Experiencing an illness, injury, or life-altering circumstance can challenge and even overwhelm your coping ability. This can result in increasing anxiety and difficulty managing emotions or carrying out everyday activities. Our clinicians can assist clients in managing various mental health concerns, including anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, depression, and emotional regulation difficulties. To assist you with adjusting or managing the challenges in your life, treatment involves collaboration between you and your clinician. Together, you can develop effective coping skills, increase your functional abilities, and improve your overall quality of life.

Care Wherever You Are

Our team can provide virtual care services (online or over the phone) to people across Alberta who have concerns about their physical, emotional, or cognitive health.

"It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it.

— Lena Horne

Care Wherever You Are

Our team can provide virtual care services (online or over the phone) to people across Alberta who have concerns about their physical, emotional, or cognitive health.

"It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it."

— Lena Horne

Develop Coping Skills


Learn ways to effectively cope with ongoing medical concerns, injuries, or challenging life circumstances.

Increase Functional Ability


Effective coping skills can help build emotional, physical and mental tolerance for increasing activity levels and personal goals.

Improve Quality of Life


Promote value-oriented behaviours and greater involvement in personally meaningful activities despite challenging circumstances.

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Our Approach to Treating Mental Health Concerns

Our clinicians utilize evidence-based approaches to assist clients in managing various mental health concerns, including cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and solution-focused brief therapy. We encourage you to contact us directly to ensure that one of our clinicians will be an appropriate fit for your needs and goals. If we are unable to assist you, we will provide alternate options that might be able to help.