Mental Health Services

We have a Registered Social Worker who provides counselling to individuals that meet the following criteria:

• 18 years of age or older
• Have no insurance coverage for mental health counseling

We do not offer counseling services to individuals:

• under the age of 18
• experiencing strong and repetitive thoughts of suicide
• experience unstable psychotic disorders or borderline personality disorders
• seeking couples or family counselling
• eligible to access uninsured First Nations and Inuit Health coverage, mental health counseling coverage through EFAP or any other insurance.

Services are available through self-referral or through a referral of a Physician or Nurse Practitioner (your primary health care provider). Whether Physician/Nurse Practitioner (NP) or self-referred you will be contacted to book your appointment which will be one hour.

For an appointment please call (306) 763-6464.

What to expect

A few days prior to your scheduled appointment, you can expect a telephone call from us reminding you about your appointment.

At your initial 90 minute appointment, the Mental Health Therapist will ask you a series of questions regarding your lifestyle, relationships, family dynamics and work/school/life balance.  A variety of screening tools will be used to further identify areas requiring intervention.  The therapist will work with you to develop goals specific to your mental health needs.  These goals will be reviewed at follow-up appointments where you will be provided with ongoing support and education.

Through-out the year, the therapist provides presentations related to mental health and wellness as well as grief and loss groups.

For information on current and upcoming opportunities please visit the calendar of events.