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Mental Health Support

When we are talking about health, it is not just about physical health, but also about mental health. Your mental health can affect your ability to handle normal stressors and make choices.

Our mental health therapists provide short term individual therapy treatment for many common mental health concerns such as stress, anxiety, and depression for adults, youth, and children. The team also provides educational information sessions on various mental health topics.

Call 780-997-0046 to schedule an appointment with a mental health team member or complete the online form. We do not provide crisis or urgent care so we encourage people to access existing emergency care services within the region.

Workshops

Managing Stress & Anxiety

Managing stress and anxiety can sometimes feel like a continual balancing act. This small group workshop will provide strategies and techniques to help effectively reduce and manage the stress and anxiety in your life.

Interested in this program? Call 780-997-0046 or complete the online form

All About Depression

Depression is one of the most common illnesses and is much more than simple unhappiness. Learning about depression can help you or your loved ones understand the signs and learn ways to deal with the effects.

Interested in this program? Call 780-997-0046 or complete the online form

Psychiatry Consultation

Our physician members and Mental Health tearm work with a psychiatrist who provides recommendations for care to your family doctor.

If you are referred for a consultation with a psychiatrist for assessment, diagnosis or treatment, the psychiatrist will work with the mental health support team to develop a treatment plan. Your family physician will be involved in your ongoing treatment.

Format: Consultations with psychiatrist

Cost: Free to patients of Alberta Heartland PCN physicians

Interested in this program? Referral from an Alberta Heartland PCN family doctor required. Talk to your family doctor or click here to see if your family doctor is a member.