Category: Education

5 Ways to Build Mental Health Practices Into Your Daily Routine

May 7, 2024
In today’s fast-paced world, prioritizing mental health is more important than ever. Incorporating daily mental health practices into your routine can help you manage stress, build resilience, and cultivate greater...

3 Signs You’re Dealing With Trauma and What Your Next Steps Are

April 23, 2024
Trauma can stealthily infiltrate our lives, leaving lasting imprints on our mental and emotional well-being. Identifying the symptoms is the first step towards reclaiming control over your life. Here are...

Exploring the Therapeutic Frontier: How Virtual Reality (VR) Can Support Your Counselling Journey

April 2, 2024
Virtual Reality (VR) technology has expanded beyond its roots in entertainment to become a powerful tool in various fields, including mental health and therapy. As the therapeutic applications of VR...

Navigating Psychedelic Enhanced Psychotherapy: Addressing Three Common Questions

March 19, 2024
Psychedelic Enhanced Psychotherapy offers an alternative approach to mental health treatment, integrating traditional therapeutic techniques with the controlled use of psychedelic substances. At Southwest Counselling Services, we specialize Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy...

Sexual Assault, Harassment & Coercive Control: The Case of Harvey Weinstein

May 13, 2019
Our latest article was published by the New Social Worker Magazine. Follow the link below for the full article:

Trauma Informed Practice: Better Late Than Never

May 13, 2019
I vividly remember my first ‘real’ job in the helping profession. I was 21 years old, fresh out of University and had taken a position as a Child and Youth...

What is Technoference?

May 13, 2019
Learn about ‘Technoference’ in our video above and check out the full study by McDaniel & Coyne HERE Technoference from Southwest Counselling Services on Vimeo.

Grief Etiquette Article

May 13, 2019
You can read our article about Grief Etiquette featured in the Sarnia Journal below or by clicking on the above picture. Grief Etiquette “I know exactly what you’re going through”...