A mental health system navigation service for any resident living in Trent Hills.
A Mental Health Coordinator is now available Monday to Friday 9:00-4:30 pm to help anyone in the Trent Hills Community (THFHT patient or not) find mental health care services. Our team will be working from a directory of services available in Trent Hills, Northumberland and beyond to help people access the care they need, when they need it.
Services offered include:
Any resident of Trent Hills can access this help line. Please call 705-653-1801 extension 4918 during clinic hours to speak to a coordinator.
THFHT provides mental health workshops and services to THFHT patients.
Workshops focus on strategies and techniques to support you to better manage your mental health and well-being. Workshops are led by THFHT Mental Health Coordinators who are Registered Social Service Workers with expertise in anxiety, depression, addictions, trauma, stress and anger. Workshops are centred on a variety of topics including Anxiety Management, Mindfulness, Cognitive Restructuring (Think Well, Be Well) and more. See below for a complete listing and dates of upcoming workshops. To read about THFHT Mental Health Coordinators, please visit our Our Team page.
To access service or join a workshop please call 705-653-1801 extension 4918. As long as you are a THFHT patient you do not require a provider referral.
Mental Health Workshop Highlights
Who: THFHT patients 13 years and older.
Where: THFHT Mental Health services are provided over the phone, online, by email, or in-person in our Campbellford clinic.
How: Please call 705-653-1801 extension 4918. As long as you are a THFHT patient you can book workshops. You do not require a provider referral.
What is a THFHT patient? A THFHT patient is any patient who is enrolled to the practices of Dr. James Read, Dr. Dan Sheps, Dr. Paul Williams, Dr. Kelly Parks, Dr. Emily Beyls, Dr. Elias Maraghi, NP Samantha Dalby, NP Laurie Deviney, NP Carole Robichaud, NP Stasia Bennett.
Goal: To increase access to mental health services in Trent Hills and support mental health.
Discover what could be causing you sleepless nights. Learn how to manage stress, and create a healthy bedtime routine. 4 weeks.
Together we will create a beautiful base to release the thoughts onto the paper, in a creative way. Not just writing on paper but incorporating various mediums and creating ways to allow your imagination to flow. 4 weeks.
Explore why some people may experience anger more than others. Develop the skills to identify triggers & practice ways to release anger in a healthy way. 4 weeks.
From the comfort of home, learn a variety of new skills for dealing with everyday stress & life challenges. 4 weeks.
Practice short meditations to help ease anxiety and worry. Discover the ability to stress less and achieve a sense of calm/relaxation. 4 weeks.
This program will teach you how to forgive others and/or yourself, while releasing guilt, shame, anger and/or resentment. Learn how to become more compassionate towards yourself and others. 6 weeks.
This course will introduce coping tools and strategies to help you identify and make changes to unhelpful/negative thoughts/behaviours, that cause anxiety, anger and depression. Learn relaxation, mindfulness and exposure techniques. This course has four modules and takes 16 weeks to complete. Module topics are:
Cognitive: How to break the cycle of unhelpful thinking patterns.
Behaviours: Assess your values, to learn how to change unhealthy/harmful habits.
Self Esteem: Identify your positive qualities, strengths and expand communication skills with others and yourself
Mindfulness, Acceptance and Exposure: Apply personal goal setting techniques to consistently focus on coping strategies. This process aims to further instill helpful changes to unwanted thoughts/behaviors. Also, can provide ways to address fears and or challenges.
Mindfulness will show you how to live in the moment & more effectively manage the difficulties of life. 8 weeks.
Explore the reasons why we eat the way/foods we do and how those ways/foods hinder us in becoming healthy (in mind, body & soul). This is not a diet or exercise endorsed program. Discover ways to apply self-care to your overall wellbeing. 7 weeks.
We will work through the labyrinth that is loss while exploring ways to cope & understand grief/bereavement. Find your new normal, following the death of a loved one. This course also explores the various ways loss and grief can be experienced. (i.e., loss of a job, relationship, major changes in our lives.) Learn coping techniques to deal with personal loss. 5 weeks.
THFHT mental health workshops run weekly online through the Zoom platform. THFHT patients who would like to register for a workshop should call the 705-653-1801 extension 4918.
Online weekly Tuesdays 10:00 am to 12:00 pm for 14 weeks starting Tuesday September 12th, 2023.
Online weekly Thursdays 10:00 am to 12:00 pm for 8 weeks starting Thursday October 26th 2023.
Online weekly Tuesdays 10:00 am to 12:00 pm for 4 weeks starting Tuesday, January 9th, 2024.
Online weekly Thursdays 10:00 am to 12:00 pm for 4 weeks starting Thursday, January 11th, 2024.
Online weekly Tuesdays 10:00 am to 12:00 pm for 4 weeks starting Tuesday February 6th, 2024.
THFHT formally recognizes the traditional keepers of this land and, specifically our neighbours of the Alderville First Nation, with a formal territorial acknowledgement. We reside on the Gunshot Treaty Lands of 1788. On these lands and on the shores of the big lake, the Mississauga Anishinabeg
(A-NISH-IN-NAW-BEK) met with the Crown to facilitate the opening of these lands for settlement. Let us be reminded of the responsibility we all have in making sure that we respect these lands and waters that give us life and sustain our livelihoods.
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