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What Is Your Anger Trying To Tell You?

What Is Your Anger Trying To Tell You?

My therapist once told me that anger can happen when we are tired of being sad. Is this true for you? Does our compounded sadness turn into rage? Frustration can result from various impositions and limitations on our lives. Anger often stems from unfair treatment,...

Recognizing Social Workers during Ontario Social Workers’ Week

Recognizing Social Workers during Ontario Social Workers’ Week

The first week of March marks Social Workers’ Week when social work professionals get recognized for their daily efforts to enhance others’ mental well-being. With over 18,000 social workers in Ontario, Social Workers’ Week celebrates these essential workers and their...

Free Therapy For Eligible First Nations and Inuit

Free Therapy For Eligible First Nations and Inuit

Did you know that if you are First Nations or Inuit, you could get free therapy with The Family Enhancement Centre? Here are some frequently asked questions about the non-insured health benefit for First Nations and Inuit. Who is eligible? First Nations with a status...

COVID Loss and Grief in a Pandemic

COVID Loss and Grief in a Pandemic

(Trigger alert: if sad articles make you depressed, you may want to skip this one.) "COVID loss" is a thing. (So is COVID anxiety.) In 2020, an average of about 40 Canadians passed away every day due to complications from Coronavirus. According to Google Trends, about...

Co-Parenting Through COVID

Co-Parenting Through COVID

Let's face it, co-parenting already comes with challenges. And COVID-19 has brought unique challenges for dual household families that make cooperative parenting after divorce or separation even more difficult. The best...

6 Struggles Parents Face While Co-Parenting

6 Struggles Parents Face While Co-Parenting

After divorce, communicating with your partner can be challenging. With the various emotions running high, these feelings can make interacting more complex. Conflicting opinions, compounded with these reactions, function as obstacles limiting how both parents...

Tis The Season for Mending Relationships

Tis The Season for Mending Relationships

The Christmas holidays are a time of cheer. It is a holiday marked by countless festivities that encourage close interactions in intimate settings. During this season, family and friends are urged to get together to enjoy each other's company. Here, they bask in the...

What Is Your Anger Trying To Tell You?

What Is Your Anger Trying To Tell You?

My therapist once told me that anger can happen when we are tired of being sad. Is this true for you? Does our compounded sadness turn into rage? Frustration can result from various impositions and limitations on our lives. Anger often stems from unfair treatment,...

Recognizing Social Workers during Ontario Social Workers’ Week

Recognizing Social Workers during Ontario Social Workers’ Week

The first week of March marks Social Workers’ Week when social work professionals get recognized for their daily efforts to enhance others’ mental well-being. With over 18,000 social workers in Ontario, Social Workers’ Week celebrates these essential workers and their...

Free Therapy For Eligible First Nations and Inuit

Free Therapy For Eligible First Nations and Inuit

Did you know that if you are First Nations or Inuit, you could get free therapy with The Family Enhancement Centre? Here are some frequently asked questions about the non-insured health benefit for First Nations and Inuit. Who is eligible? First Nations with a status...

COVID Loss and Grief in a Pandemic

COVID Loss and Grief in a Pandemic

(Trigger alert: if sad articles make you depressed, you may want to skip this one.) "COVID loss" is a thing. (So is COVID anxiety.) In 2020, an average of about 40 Canadians passed away every day due to complications from Coronavirus. According to Google Trends, about...