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Mental Health Counselling in Ingersoll

Great news.  We are now offering free counselling support to the public in Ingersoll.

You can self-refer for counselling by contacting Amanda Mueller – 519-539-1111 ext. 248 – for:

  • Individual counselling (for people over 16 years old)
  • Available for 1 to 3 sessions
  • Help for self-esteem, anger, depression, anxiety, stress, caregiver stress, grief, life changes or coping with chronic pain or disease.

Appointments are available on Fridays, from 9:00 to 2:45 at the Ingersoll Nurse Practitioner Led Clinic – 15 King Street East.

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New Mental Health Support

Big White Wall is an online mental health and wellbeing service offering self-help programmes, creative outlets and a community that cares. When you’re dealing with everyday stressors or major life events, we’ll help you get through it.

Discover a new approach towards wellbeing that is available anytime anywhere

  • Anonymous peer support
  • 24/7 moderation by clinically trained ‘Wall Guides’
  • Self-guided courses
  • Self-improvement tools and resources
  • Safe space to express yourself without judgement
  • Online therapy
Walk in

Walk In Counselling

We are pleased to announce that, starting Wednesday, April 11th, our walk-in counselling is open to the public.

Our team of counsellors welcomes anyone over 16 who is looking for individual mental health counselling.

The walk-in times have not changed – Each Wednesday, from 9:00 to noon.  The last intake is at 11:00.

Visit the walk-in counselling page for more details.

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Great Programs in April

Have you heard?  There are some great programs coming up in April.

Sign up today for:

  • Laughter Yoga – Every Friday in April and May – from 11 to noon
  • Fab-U-Lous – Wednesday, April 11 – from 5 to 8pm
  • Zentangle – Tuesday, April 24 – from 10 to noon and 1:30 to 4

Contact us today to register.

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Kids Can’t Wait

Mental health care for Ontario children and youth face a series of challenges including program cuts due to chronic under funding; skyrocketing hospitalization rates; and, long waiting lists for treatment that continue to grow.

As many as 5 out of 6 kids with mental health issues don’t get the treatment they need.

Let’s make Ontario a better place for families by prioritizing child and youth mental health.

Visit the Kids Can’t Wait website.