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  • Global Tags | mindyourmind.ca
    coping self care 1 counseling 1 counselling 97 courage 1 crisis 204 dating 102 dear younger self 7 death 85 decision making 60 denial 19 depression 234 diagnosis 44 discrimination 73 divorce 24 doctor 64 drug use and abuse 114 earth 0 Earth Day 0 eating 0 eating disorder 45 employment 52 environment 0 exercise 77 family 162 food 0 friendship 129 gambling addiction 22 gender identity 31 generalized anxiety disorder 16 getting help 596 Green Therapy 0 grief and loss 165 happiness 0 helping others 151 high school 102 holistic health 69 homelessness 12 homophobia 35 hospital 90 journaling 61 LGBTQ 60 life experience 674 lonely 0 love 65 medication 112 meditation 40 mind body connection 0 mood disorder 260 motivation 0 nature 0 nutrition 0 obsessive compulsive disorder 26 panic disorder 39 partnership 77 personal growth 173 phobia 9 plants 0 post secondary 85 post traumatic stress disorder 34 pregnancy 9 prevention 137 pride 31 psychiatrist 4 psychologist 35 psychosis 46 pychiatrist 44 recovery 93 relationship 335 research 48 resilience 73 respect 76 schizophrenia 33 seasonal affective disorder 7 self care 357 self esteem 123 self harm 8 self esteem 5 self harm 85 sexuality 41 skills 0

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  • I'm in Crisis | mindyourmind.ca
    or alcohol or when coming down from drugs or alcohol which can be a life threatening situation Experiencing distressing side effects from prescribed medication Having thoughts of hurting themselves or committing suicide with a plan to do it or a history of attempts If you are experiencing any of the above get yourself to the hospital How can I wait for help safely Ok so you ve made the call for help and are now waiting for it to arrive Use these tips to keep yourself grounded while you wait Note that some tips may work better than others depending on your situation Go with what works for you If possible find someone to wait with If you can t Find comfort in a pet or stuffed animal Call a friend or crisis line to talk to you until help arrives If you re at home Get out your health card or ID if you have it and a purse or backpack Crawl into bed or on the couch and pull the blankets up Pack yourself a bag of esentials you might need at the hospital e g a sweatshirt because sometimes the ER can be cold a book your medications etc Avoid places where there are things you could hurt yourself with e g the kitchen bathroom garage etc If you are not at home Find a safe space to wait Find a comfortable chair to sit in or a safe place to walk Stay there and stay safe until help arrives If you re too restless to sit still Keep your hands busy with your phone or sort things like coins playing cards or socks Play Squish Em on your computer or mobile phone Get out a puzzle Even if you re just organizing the pieces by colour and size it will keep you busy and safe Pace back and forth Keep breathing It may sound stupid but sometimes when we re stressed out we can hold our breath without realizing it and that can keep us feeling panicked Breathe deeply Breathe in and out Focus on this moment Don t worry about the next hour or the next day or the next week Just hold on to breathing in this moment Let time pass as you hold tight until help arrives What can I expect when I go to the Emergency Room People at the ER will help you They will provide support problem solving and help in managing a crisis Above all they will work to keep you safe All ER services are confidential and based on your needs ER support is generally limited to one visit but they will give you referrals to other community resources Whenever possible the ER staff will try to avoid hospitalization Waiting to Talk The ER can be an overwhelming place You may wait a long time which can be distressing and frustrating You ll talk to nurses the ER physician and possibly but not always the psychiatry team A

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  • I Don't Know What's Wrong | mindyourmind.ca
    information specialist When you call ask any questions you may have â they re used to it They will be able to help you figure out what to do next and who to talk to I m not sure what to say What if I get tongue tied It helps to write a list of everything you need to say so you have a general idea of how it will go Consider taking the list with you so you can be prepared If you have trouble speaking to people try writing a letter and giving it to someone you trust Writing may make it easier to organize your thoughts and to be specific about what help you feel you need How will they react When you reach out people may react with many emotions They may feel upset that you didn t come to them sooner or sad that you re having this problem They could feel relieved that you re finally admitting to something that they have already noticed They might be in denial that you re going through this or feel uncertain about what to say or how to help They could feel overwhelmed and may need some time alone to collect themselves before being able to speak with you Remember their response is about their life not yours And despite their own struggles feelings and experiences most people will want to help you in any way they can If the first person you talk to does not give you a helpful response reach out to someone else You deserve help Making your checklist to make talking easier If you re getting ready to talk to someone but are still nervous about it work through this checklist I know someone I can talk to that is trustworthy and

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  • I Need to Talk to Someone | mindyourmind.ca
    that can also offer help Will it cost money to see someone Some services are free some aren t If you re a university or college student most student health centres offer counselling for free Most community health centres also have counsellors you can see for free Go on their websites stop in or phone to check If you see a general practitioner GP psychotherapist the service is covered by most provincial health plans such as OHIP If you go to a hospital it s also covered In Canada psychiatrists are medical doctors MDs so you don t pay because they are covered by provincial health plans e g OHIP Clinical psychologists are typically covered by extended health insurance plans through workplaces but not by provincial health plans Social workers are often covered in group benefits plans across Canada and the majority of EAP providers in Ontario Some employers either your own or your parents provide Employee Assistance Plans EAP that offer short term counselling at no cost to you Ask someone in your family to see if they have access to an EAP Usually psychologists have shorter waiting lists and you can often just call and get an appointment You usually don t need a referral from a family doctor unless you want to submit your receipt to an extended health insurance plan through your work or your parents work Social workers are often covered in group benefits plans across Canada and the majority of EAP providers in Ontario They are considered authorized medical practitioners for the purpose of claiming medical expenses Social workers are often employed in hospital and community based mental health services for youth as well as in private practice work as psychotherapists When you submit your receipt to your extended health insurance plan it s all confidential Your employer can t get your file without your permission If you see a psychologist in private practice you may need to pay at the time of the visit approx 140 to 160 and then send in your receipt to be repaid How can I protect my personal information If your family doctor makes an appointment for you he she will explain your concerns If you call for an appointment yourself you can just give general information like I ve been depressed or I ve been having a lot of trouble getting along with my family or I find myself getting so nervous that I can t even speak to people The receptionist might ask a few questions just to make sure you get to see the person who s the best match for you The information you need to give varies a little with the type of service or agency you access Here are some general guidelines General Counselling In Canada if you re over 16 you ll have complete confidentiality regarding your mental health You can make your own health decisions and providers can t reveal even the fact that you ve requested help You can

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  • Talk to a Doctor | mindyourmind.ca
    such as no longer exercising or playing sports or not caring about your apartment or your appearance Tell your doctor if statements like I m smoking pot to take the edge off every day now or I m doing heavy drugs like MDMA or cocaine apply to you Tip sometimes it s easier to say how someone close to you might describe you For example My mom thinks I sleep too much during the day and I cannot sleep at night She is worried that I m down all the time My roommate tells me that my nightmares are really bad and I worry too much It s tough to talk What if I can t explain myself Sometimes it s a challenge to get out all the important information Just when you start talking the doctor may interrupt your train of thought and ask questions If you feel the need stress how important it is for you to go back to the point you were making It will help your doctor to know if anything has changed in your life Things to share include my dog died a month ago I was arrested for assault I broke up with my girlfriend a few weeks ago I m thinking of dropping out of school I got fired from my job and I can t find another one Be honest and trust your doctor with your touchy topics Have you been using any street drugs You may feel uneasy but your doctor s seen it all before and is not here to judge Doctors have taken an oath to help their patients and are committed to respectful and ethical care Your doctor will want to know of your drug use because for certain people drugs can cause symptoms that look like mental illness By law doctors must keep your information confidential If a doctor thought there was an imminent and immediate risk to your life or someone else s because of your symptoms he she would have to break confidentiality to make sure you and others are safe in the moment Sometimes it feels like my doctor and I don t speak the same language What can I do Ask for explanations or if you are not sure what your doctor is talking about ask them to slow down or clarify what they mean Say I m not sure what you are saying or Can you tell me that again Other ideas include If you feel your doctor has not fully understood you slow him her down and explain yourself again Ask for the name of what he she thinks your condition may be This can be difficult to hear Remember that you are more than a diagnosis The diagnosis is part of you at this time and directs the treatment the doctor will recommend Be honest Talk about the dark feelings thoughts you ve been having or things you have been doing Some people harm themselves as a way to

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  • Talk to a Counsellor | mindyourmind.ca
    about the previous counsellor Be frank This list will help you and others find someone who is a better fit for you Remember you may not like the first person you meet but that doesn t mean counselling is a lost cause Eventually you ll meet someone you can work with Just keep trying How does counselling differ from other relationships Contrary to what many people think the counselling relationship is not about getting advice Instead your counsellor will help to make the time and space to figure out what s happening question the way you look at things the way you behave or react to situations or people develop new strategies for dealing with your situation Counsellors do this by getting to know you developing an understanding of your circumstances listening to what you have to say and by offering support and insight That s their job The counselling relationship is not like talking to a friend or parent It won t be like sharing your feelings with a parent or a friend or a brother or sister You know these people and they know you They know about your past whether you re a morning person or what you like to eat They might know about your dreams and who you love And they will be there for you in the years to come You know enough about them to know who you can talk to and who you can trust Of course you can t always be sure that some of them won t tell others about your problems But they will be there to celebrate your successes like graduation or landing the dream job or the wedding They may also be there for you at 4 a m when you are feeling lost or scared or depressed I see this picture on the desk A smiling guy in cutoffs and a tee shirt with his family The guy in the room wears a suit He sits behind the desk He doesn t smile He doesn t look or act anything like the guy in the picture I d rather be counselled by the guy in the picture It s true that sometimes counselling can feel cold or impersonal You re expected to bare your soul to someone who apparently has no first name no life and no personality beyond their job The problem here is not the counsellor it is the nature of the counselling relationship The counselling relationship is just not like any other and it doesn t follow any of the normal patterns The counselling relationship is a partnership Most of the time the counselling relationship is about you sharing your feelings with a stranger This stranger is your partner in your wellbeing You will not know much about your counsellor s life for example if they have children or their children s names You may not even know his or her first name And they won t be there with you to celebrate

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  • Talk to a Therapist | mindyourmind.ca
    variety of methods and settings The common ground is always the same a therapist makes the time and space for you to talk about your sitation and search for solutions together Therapists may work in individual group family or couples therapy They may also work with specific issues such as eating disorders addictions or anxiety Many therapists have their own offices but others also work in agencies in the community or in hospitals A General Practitioner GP or a Medical Doctor MD that specializes in psychotherapy is also considered a therapist Therapists can also be clinical psychologists or social workers that practice psychotherapy Therapy comes in many forms meaning that a professional may use one set of techniques over another when working with a person Techniques include the way a therapist may ask you questions or the focus your conversation will take Usually this depends on the person s needs As with counsellors it s important to feel comfortable and safe with your therapist On your first visit ask them about the working style and approach they use Do your reserach to find more about choosing the right therapist or counsellor Will psychotherapy help me Research shows that counselling or therapy is helpful It has been found that 87 of people who reported feeling very poor and 92 of those who said they felt fairly poor before therapy showed clear improvements by the end of treatment and that improvement was long lasting Benefits include improvements in self awareness self esteem confidence communication and relationships with others It has also been found to lower anxiety levels and improve mood The end result of therapy can be personal growth that will empower you to discover a more meaningful and fulfilling experience of your life One thing to remember about therapy is that

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  • My Friend is in Crisis | mindyourmind.ca
    nearest Emergency Hospital call the local Emergency Response Service If your friend refuses to get help you may need to call 911 or your local emergency response team on their behalf Remember this is someone you care about who may not be thinking clearly at this time They may resist your efforts now but later when the crisis has passed they will be alive to thank you Once you have called for help use these tips to help your friend wait safely If either of you need to talk to someone but don t need to call 911 or go to the emergency room there are many other ways that you can get help Even if your friend isn t in crisis right now they may still need help Talk to friends family members teachers guidance counselors or a family doctor if you notice the following Your friend makes statements like I want to die Things would be better without me I can t go on like this It will soon be over They will be sorry when I m not here I want to go to sleep and never wake up Appears to feel sad helpless hopeless worthless guilty ashamed exhausted angry confused irritable or withdrawn Behaves in unusual ways Isolating him herself Giving away prized possessions Partying excessively Using substances more than usual Having unsafe sex or changes in libido Having difficulty making decisions Under or overeating Under or oversleeping If you ve noticed these types of changes ask your friend if he she is thinking about suicide Talking about it won t give them the idea but it may be what they ve been waiting to be asked to talk about and could lead to them seeking help If you want advice or information you have options

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