The Working Class

The Working Class & Financial Stress / Mental Health

There is a mental health crisis right now in Ontario – 20% of the working class have missed three or more workdays in a year due to a mental health related concern[1].  This hasn’t gone unnoticed, as the attached video clip from Global News gives us a glimpse inside the ...

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Mentally Fit

Mentally Fit - The Impact of Exercise on our Mental Health

We all know how important it is to exercise for optimal physical health, but what if it could improve our mental health as well?  One benefit from exercising is the confidence boost we get from feeling fit, but what if there was more to it? Research is suggesting that doing ...

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True Grit

True Grit - Seeing Things Through

 

Angela Duckworth defines grit as “Sticking with things over the very long term until you master them.” In the video below, Duckworth explains how perseverance and passion are equal to intelligence when measuring success in one’s life.  Grit does not rely on talent either; it is about putting in the work and having the tenacity ...

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Empathy vs. Sympathy

Empathy vs. Sympathy - What's the Difference?

Empathy and Sympathy – two words that many believe to be the same, but these words have very different emotional responses to a situation. To show empathy means you can see and feel things from another person’s perspective while connecting on the same level. Sympathy, rather, is a less engaged response one might give ...

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Depression and The Black Dog

Depression affects millions of people worldwide.  According to Statistics Canada’s 2012 Canadian Community Health Survey on Mental Health, 1 in 8 adults identified symptoms that met criteria for a mood disorder at some point during their lifetime, including 11.3% for depression.  Interestingly, 15-24 year-olds had the highest rates of mood and anxiety disorders of all age groups.

The Black Dog video depicts depression as a black dog. When you first meet him, he may seem quite small, making ...

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Coping with Holiday Stress

Coping with holiday stress may be a bit easier with these tips.

“If it’s not messy and it doesn’t drip over the sides, it’s not a holiday hot chocolate -it’s just an average hot chocolate” – Alex Guarnaschelli. The ‘best time of the year’ is often messy, like holiday hot chocolate. The holiday season is usually fraught with a variety of stressors; in this article for coping with holiday stress, we’ve compiled some great tips to help you. For many, the ...

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New Hamilton Location

New Hamilton Location

We’re pleased to announce that our new Hamilton location is ready to accept new appointment bookings to serve you better. Our Hamilton office is pleased to offer psychological services for children, teens, adults, couples and families.

The Therapy Centre Hamilton Psychologists & Therapists are located in the Wentworth-Limeridge Medical Centre Building is located at the following address:

849 Upper Wentworth St., Suite 208
Hamilton, ON
L9A 5H4

Tel: (289) 291-0206 or 1-844-895-9769 | Fax: (289) 291-0207

info {at} thetherapycentre {dot} ca

Hours:

Monday-Wednesday: 9am-4pm
Thursday: ...

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New Perinatal & Postpartum Services

We are pleased to announce our new perinatal & postpartum services.

Perinatal and postpartum difficulties often present themselves initially by specific thought patterns, which are often characterized as scary, worrisome, intrusive and unwanted and are hard to disclose. For example, after hearing about someone having a miscarriage while pregnant, the average person might feel a temporary sense of unease and worry. Excessive worriers, however, might be up all night, seek reassurance by researching symptoms, then continue to worry for days about ...

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