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Dr. Christina Harrington

New Vision, Mission, Values Announced for Social Work Solutions Canada.

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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Adult Skills Group

Social Work Solutions Canada is offering a “DBT Informed” Group for 12 weeks commencing Wednesday January 24th, 2024 6pm-7:30pm at our office on Hamilton Mountain. No diagnosis is required. About The Group: This adult DBT informed class provides an introduction

Direct Billing to Insurance Companies

Say goodbye to out-of-pocket expenses! At Social Work Solutions Canada , we have made it easier than ever to access therapy by offering direct billing to many popular insurance companies. Companies we can direct bill too include: •    BPA

Five Mental Health Myths

Understanding mental health is crucial to maintain a healthy and balanced life. There are some common misconceptions that our team at Social Work Solutions Canada work hard every day to overcome. Let’s shed some light on five misconceptions: Myth: Mental

The Lived Experience Project – Carl’s Story

On an October evening in 1992, Carl and another police officer were dispatched to an apartment building for a domestic dispute. Carl and his partner were under the impression that there would only be a man and a woman in

Sign up for Learning to Live with Chronic Pain Group in Hamilton

Social Worker Alice Tyler of Social Work Solutions Canada and Yoga Instructor, Clinical Coordinator Christina Versteeg of Paradigm Rehabilitation and Nursing Services Inc. have partnered to officer a “Learning to Live with Chronic Pain Group” on Thursdays from 6pm-8pm April

Facebook Live Series

Check out some of these great resources on our facebook page: Click here to visit our facebook page. Hamilton based social workers at Social Work Solutions Canada started an education series on Facebook Live. Episode #1: Solutions With Social Workers

Traumatic Grief And Providing Care Following Sudden Death

“Grief is messy and not linear – we don’t necessarily finish with one emotion and move to the next. Actually, it is more common for people to oscillate in their grief back and forth – there are times we are functioning and

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