Hopewoods is proud to provide many more free mental health resources in addition to our private practice services. Below is a list of great mental health and self-help resources from both Canada and abroad.
What is psychology? Here you will find information on who the Canadian Psychological Association is, finding help, what to expect during a session, and career options.
This association provides information and links to community resources for all mental health issues.
If you’re feeling suicidal ideation, or in crisis mode, don’t hesitate to contact right away. If you’re just on the cusp of the feeling, they’ve got resources too, as well as a chat line.
The LifeLine Canada Foundation is a registered non-profit organization that commits to positive mental health and suicide prevention across Canada and Worldwide (not crisis or emergency).
Resources from Abroad:
Resources, careers, research, and children’s mental health. This resource consists of a wide variety of assistance at your fingertips.
Resources to help you understand anxiety and depression disorders.
Providing information for families, youth, and schools on anxiety.
An article providing:
- 10 Simple Ways to Deal with Anxiety
- Coping Techniques and Strategies
- 5 Worksheets and Handouts
- Useful Activities and Exercises
- Anxiety Coping for Teens and Students: 3 Games
- Assessing Coping Skills: Two Tests
- 4 Tips for Coping with Social Anxiety
- 2 PositivePsychology.com Tools
- A Take-Home Message
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Our team of experienced counsellors is dedicated to providing you with a safe and supportive space to explore your thoughts and feelings.