ProBono for frontline health care providers

We Got You! We decided to join the long list of many Psychologists in Canada willing to offer some ProBono work to frontline health care providers. If you know anyone who has put in long hours, difficult days and is in need of support, encourage ...

Our Contingency Plan to deal with COVID-19

To our valued clients, we are putting strategies in place in order to protect the health of our clients, staff and community members. As you know, the impact that COVID-19 will have on Nova Scotians is still evolving and we continue to monitor the situat ...

Look Who is growing up!

Maverick! As some of you may know, Maverick works at our office with our Associate Jacqueline Meisner. He is a Golden Doodle just under 1 years old. Jacqueline introduced Maverick to our clinic last summer and I will have to say that I was a little ...

Welcome Fall

As fall approaches and daylight hours begin to diminish, it's important to continue to spend some time outside. Take a mindful walk, enjoy your morning coffee in the sun and spend time with people who warm your soul.

Welcome Isaac!

We are pleased to introduce the newest member of our team. Isaac has graduated from the University of Regina with his Masters of Arts (MA) degree in Clinical Psychology. He has completed a full-time internship in Community Mental Health at Cole Har ...

Maverick

New Associate in Training Please welcome our newest member of our team. Maverick is a hyperallergenic Golden Doodle who will soon start training to be a Pet Therapy Dog. Despite his good looks and gentle temperament, we're aware that some of our cl ...

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Travel Tips While Traveling With Small Children

Spring break is the time of year that many families escape the routine of work and school schedules in order to have some family fun. Many families book vacations in advance and dream about the perfect getaway up until their departure date. In order to co ...