Mental Health and Substance Use
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Okanagan Clinical Counselling Services
We are Here to Help.
In-Person and Online, Weekends and Evenings, Subsidies and Low Fee Options, No elongated Waitlists and No Referral Required.
SUPPORT AVAILABLE FOR:
Depression & Anxiety
Trauma & PTSD
LGBTQ+ Related Concerns
Marriage & Relationship Concerns
Child Behaviour Concerns
Workplace Incidents & Stress
APPROVED FUNDERS FOR COUNSELLING:
ICBC & WorkSafeBC
First Nations Health Authority
Crime Victims Assistance
EAPs & more...
Walk-In Well-Being Clinic
UBCO Psychology Clinic - No appointment or referral needed! Free!
Tuesdays & Thursdays between 10am-3pm
(In-Person* and Virtual Appointments Available)
*Proof of full vaccination required
ASC 167 - Interprofessional Clinic
250-807-8241 (press 1 for reception)
How it Works
Just walk-in, call, or email! (For in-person appointments, COVID-19 screener needed)
Complete a brief mental health screener
Meet with a clinician for up to 30 minutes to develop the right wellness plan for you!
Supervised by a Registered Psychologist
Who is it for?
Community members, UBCO students, staff, and faculty (ages 13 and up)
Come Talk About:
Sleep, Stress, Substance Use, Depression, Anxiety, Mental Health, And More!
The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise
This website discusses the following:
Exercise and depression
Exercise and anxiety
Exercise and stress
Exercise and ADHD
Exercise and PTSD and trauma
Mental health benefits of exercise
Overcoming obstacles to exercise
Getting started with exercise when you have a mental health issue
Easy ways to move more that don’t involve the gym
Move Health & Wellness
"We are your one-stop shop for all your physical and mental health needs. We collaborate with patients to customize a treatment and care plan that is specific to your needs. Our team of registered therapists specialize in a number of passive and active treatment for a variety of conditions.
The treatments performed by our professionals are the most advanced and up-to-date, to help their body reach maximum performance capabilities. Whether individuals are looking to recover from an injury or have mental health concerns. Our licensed therapists have extensive training and experience.
We offer fully subsidized services for qualifying patients who have been injured in a motor vehicle accident through ICBC and patients who have been affected by a work related injury through WorkSafe BC, in addition we offer direct billing with most extended health benefits.
Our goal at Move Health & Wellness is to help our patient recover and perform at their maximum capacity physically and mentally."
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