Life is hard; we’re here to help. Our Counselling and Support Services aim to help increase your life satisfaction by teaching you tools to manage your life better. Individual, couple, and family counselling services provided for: anxiety, depression, sleep difficulties, life changes, stress, and grief.
We know that most people find it hard to attend groups. It’s such a relief to find out you are not the only one struggling. Groups are offered throughout the year. Average group size is 5-15 people. These groups are:
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Inspire Rewire
- Mastering Mood (CBT)
- Weekly Meditation
- After Suicide
- Single Session
Dialetical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
This group is useful for people who find themselves in chronic distress due to difficult, painful emotions. These emotions may result in unstable relationships, difficulty coping, or harmful behaviours. DBT provides skills for emotion regulation, distress, tolerance, mindfulness, and interpersonal effectiveness. Open only to patients of Thamesview Family Health Team. This is a closed group and patients must be referred by one of our social work staff to attend this group. If you have questions, you are welcome to contact the Counselling and Support Services Team at 519-354-0070, and they will be happy to answer any question you may have.
This free 4 week program is an introduction to mindfulness and meditation that will allow participants to learn stress reduction and relaxation. This can help with chronic pain, headaches, depression, anxiety, cardiovascular impact, cancers, diabetes, and accelerating aging, just to name a few. The good news is that real change in the body can happen in just a few weeks of committed learning. This will result in you feeling more at ease and having an improved quality of life. Practicing what you learn in this group will leave you feeling inspired and rewired. Open to the public. For more information / to register call 519-354-0070
Weekly Meditation Group
The benefits of meditation are numerous and well researched. May you be peaceful, may you be kind, may you be well. Open to the public. For more information / to register call 519-354-0070
Mastering Mood (CBT)
Feeling sadness, worry, anger, or guilt? Learn about the relationships between your thoughts, feelings, and actions. Start setting small attainable goals to help you feel better. Work on challenging your reactions to situations and negative thinking. Turn down the volume of your negative emotions. Open to the public. Group meets for 2 hours per week 7 weeks. For more information / to register call 519-354-0070
Everyone has problems, you’re not alone. Looking for guidance or next steps? We’ll get you started. Single Session is, every Wednesday . Open only to patients of Thamesview Family Health Team. Call 519-354-0070 for more information.
A Support Group for anyone who has been affected by death from suicide. Participants will need a brief interview to assess readiness, and to insure that participants have the support they need outside the group, crucial for anyone not belonging to our Family Health Team. Open to the public. For more information please call (519) 354-0070.
Where can I get help?
Crisis Line Services: Always available, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- The Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre https://soahac.on.ca/service/windsor/
- CMHA Crisis Response 1-866-299-7447
- Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre 519-354-6360 or 1-800-265-0596
- Chatham-Kent Sexual Assault Crisis Centre 519-354-8688
- Children’s Aid Society 519-352-0440
- Kids Help Phone or call 1-800-668-6868
- Wellness Together Canada | Contact
Thamesview Family Health Team Website: https://thamesviewfht.ca/