With summer in full-swing and Canada Day behind us now, making the most of summer is something I'm sure you don't need me to remind you to do. Things can get a little hectic if you try to do too much and don't leave yourself time to just relax, unwind and let your body calmly restore itself naturally - so remember to take time for you!
Since not everyone has internet access at the cottage or the beach, so you might be interested to know that a fall sleep version of my Anxiety Reduction resource is currently still available for
FREE DOWNLOAD as an Audio Resource until August 5th, after which time it will be permanently removed from my website.
Don't be fooled by it's title, the self-hypnosis track is not only for anxiety. This useful resource can assist you in melting away stress, relaxing your tired muscles, calming your busy mind and soothing your brain cells and has helped thousands of people with a variety of stress related problems.
This summer also brings with it some GOOD NEWS...
I can now be covered under your extended health benefits
You may have noticed that many extended health plans have historically demanded that psychotherapy services be provided by a registered psychologist in order to qualify for reimbursement under their terms?
This has been, in part, due to the Ontario College of Registered Psychotherapists and Mental Health Therapists delays in beginning the registration process of psychotherapists. We are now aware that the college will be delayed until April 2014. In order to work with the government's new timeline, I am pleased to announce that I recently began working under the supervision of a registered clinical psychologist. This new supervisory relationship has permitted me to provide psychological services to those that are required by their health plans to engage in psychotherapy that is directed by a psychologist. If you are currently in therapy with me or are considering psychotherapy, couples counselling or hypnosis, you may wish to take advantage of the opportunity to have your therapy subsidized by your health plan?
For more details and to discuss whether this would be advantageous to you, please feel free to contact me with your questions.