Here’s everything you’ve been asking Google about psychedelic medicine and psychedelic therapy, answered by an expert in the space. Meet, Dr. Tatiana Zdyb, a clinical psychologist and part time faculty member at King’s University College. She specializes in treating personality disorders and trauma, providing treatment for emotional, relational, sexual and characterological issues. Zdyb has also been…

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Report urges mental health decision makers and advocates to step up commitment and action to change attitudes, actions and approaches to mental health, its determinants and mental health care. The World Health Organization today released its largest review of world mental health since the turn of the century. The detailed work provides a blueprint for governments, academics,…

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One key idea to remember as you prioritize your marketing efforts is that most of the content you create and share with your audience should be geared toward building their trust and allowing them to get to know more about you and your business. So the good news is that your marketing strategy, graphics and…

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Virtual and telephone therapy is becoming the norm in the mental health industry. Aside from these changes coming as a result of increased safety precautions in the light of COVID-19, the benefits of virtual or phone sessions also include being more accessible for your clients and potentially more cost-effective for your business. While working from…

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If one thing is for certain, being a private practitioner involves reflection and planning as you work to build your business to suit your personal and professional goals. It is important to take stock of your private practice on a regular basis to track your progress, make key decisions about the future of your business…

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I’ve met many new therapists that have been under the impression that you are not permitted to go into private practice without years of experience under your belt. When I first learned that other people thought this, I was surprised. I had opened my doors to private practice only 3 weeks after I graduated. I…

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Breakfast Television recently featured Everyday Heroes Kids founder Tammany Petrie to talk about her amazing organization and the important work they are doing for children and their families. OAMHP is proud to call Everyday Heroes Kids a community partner. If you’re a member of OAMHP or a healthcare professional who works with children and youth,…

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As many are already aware, the Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc First Nations recently confirmed the bodies of 215 Indigenous children were uncovered at the past site of the Kamloops, B.C. Indian Residential School. Although it is critical for all Canadians to know these truths, it comes at the re-traumatization of many Indigenous Peoples. We realize that…

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Do you have a deep-rooted fear of your inbox? It’s 3.15am Monday morning. While the rest of the world sleeps soundly, you’re twitching to turn on the bedside lamp. You’re edging towards your phone. It’s been buzzing on and off, sounding in the dark, which can mean only one thing. Emails are waiting. You think,…

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The field is an increasingly popular second career option thanks to its diversity and anti-oppressive focus. Psychotherapy as a profession has been around for years along with other types of therapy and counselling. But in Ontario, it has taken much longer for the field to become regulated. Since the establishment of the College of Registered…

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