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WSIB Community Mental Health Program

Have you been injured at work and emotionally struggling as a result?

Have you experienced mental stress related to a workplace incident?

Are you a first responder who may be experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)?

Nicole McCance, Registered Psychologist is a provider of the WSIB Community Mental Health Program. You may be eligible for psychotherapy covered by WSIB. Give us a call, you are not alone. We can help.

The toughest part of fixing a problem is admitting there is one.

 

Supporting Ontario’s First Responders

For first responders: The firefighters, police officers, emergency dispatchers, paramedics and others who keep us safe—going to work can mean constantly facing horrible traumatic incidents, sometimes on a daily basis.

Over time, exposure to stressful events can negatively impact first responders’ mental and physical health. In some cases, post-traumatic stress (PTSD) results, with symptoms such as:

  • Flashbacks and nightmares
  • Recurring negative thoughts
  • Emotional numbness
  • Constant worry, guilt, anger or hopelessness
  • Avoidance of people, places or things that are reminders of the trauma
  • A loss of interest in things that once gave pleasure
  • Feeling anxious, on edge or jumpy, and startling easily
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Problems with alcohol and drugs

In any given year, 1 in 5 people in Canada will personally experience a mental health problem or illness.

We offer trauma-informed psychotherapy including EMDR, neurofeedback, and cognitive behavioural therapy.

Call for a free 30-minute phone consultation

                Nicole McCance Psychology

nicole-mccance-address 2405 Lake Shore Blvd W, Suite 404
Etobicoke, ON  |  M8V 1C6
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125 The Queensway  |  P.O.Box 15304
Toronto, ON  |  M8Y 0B4

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T: (416) 619-0442  |  F: (416) 848-7452
E: [email protected]

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