Mental Health Program
The Mental Health Team:
Jacqui Morrissey M.E.d., O.A.T.R., CCC
Mental Health Counsellor / Team Facilitator
519-672-4079 ext 238
Eileen Hagar, M.A.
Mental Health Counsellor
519-672-4079 ext 231
Mental Health is an important part of caring for the whole person –body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Our Mental Health Counseling Program offers culturally sensitive brief and longer-term counseling for children, youth, adults, and elders, which might include crisis counseling, intervention & planning, some screening assessments, and referral services.
Counseling can include help in many ways:
- Support through difficult challenges
- Learn about mental health issues such as depression and anxiety
- Management of feelings like anger, stress, guilt, grief & loss
- Perspective on your life challenges and difficult life choices
- Techniques to manage feelings, thoughts, and behaviours
- Someone to listen and understand
- Identify personal strengths and other resources to help you
- Develops, Implements and Monitors Treatment Plans
- Short-term and longer-term counseling
- Crisis counseling, intervention, and safety planning
- Community referrals
- Advocacy and follow-up
- develop, implement, and monitor treatment plans
|425-427 William Street.
Just a Reminder
- Bring your health card and certificate of Indian status (if applicable) on your first visit.
- If you have an urgent medical emergency, go to a Hospital Emergency Room and tell them the name of your Doctor or Nurse Practitioner at SOAHAC.