Mental Health - Niagara North Family Health Team

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Mental Health

Individual and Supportive Counselling

Our social workers are trained to counsel people who are experiencing challenges in daily living.

Call 905.988.9617 x226

Anxiety Group (CBT Skills)

Our CBT group is run by our Mental Health Team.

If you are struggling with your mood, such as anxiety, depression, stress, or trouble managing your day to day life, please join us for 4 sessions of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) Skills.

This is not a therapy group. CBT teaches skills to help you better manage your thoughts and feelings. These changes can improve the way you feel and help you cope.

This program is for you if:

  • You feel overwhelmed with negative thinking
  • You would like to learn strategies to better manage anxiety
  • You would like to learn how to think positively

What the CBT Program has to offer:

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT): CBT is a structured therapy aimed at giving people the tools to solve their problems, reducing their level of anxiety. It is aimed at changing negative thinking patterns which affect behaviours. This group is 8 consecutive sessions.

When it’s offered:

Group that meets weekly or monthly vs in office appointments with a specific practitioner. 4 sessions that can change your world.

How to get involved:

You can access our mental health programs by speaking to your Family Doctor or one of the support staff that works in the Family Health Team. Please call 905.988.9617 ext 226 to register or speak with your health care provider about a referral.


145 Carlton Street Site

Mental Health Assessments

A psychiatrist comes to our main St. Catharines site Monday and Friday to assess patients with complex mental or emotional problems.

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Memory Clinic

A team of highly experienced health care professionals service patients with a variety of memory disorders.

Call 905.988.9617 x226