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The Psychology Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) is aware of the great loss and tragedy that the Humboldt, Nipawin, greater Saskatchewan, and hockey communities has suffered in the past few days. We also appreciate that the impact of this tragedy is far reaching. PAS has begun to compile a list of free and clinician-identified fee-for-service mental health resources in an effort to help support the healing of these community members. Please continue to check back as this page is updated.

FREE SERVICES

Services offered through Saskatchewan Health Authority

Mental Health & Addiction Services
• accept self-referrals
• accept inter-agency referrals

Locations:
Humboldt
Humboldt District Health Complex
515 14th Avenue

Mental Health
Phone: 306-682-5333
(Ask for Intake Worker)
For immediate resource in Humboldt please visit: https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/news/releases/Pages/2018/Apr/Humboldt-Counselling-Supports.aspx

Nipawin
Nipawin Hospital
800 6th Street E

Mental Health
Phone: 306-862-9822
Fax: 306-862-3250

Other resources:
In any emergency, please dial 9-1-1.

Call the HealthLine at 811 or 1-877-800-0002 for professional health advice.
• Available 24 hours
• Confidential
• Free of charge
• Translation in over 100 languages
• Staffed by experienced and specially trained client navigators, registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and social workers.

Kids Help Phone encourages young people who are affected by the tragedy to seek support.
• Counsellors are available 24/7 at 1-800-668-6868.
• People can also text SUPPORT to 686868 to reach a trained volunteer responder through Crisis Text Line powered by Kids Help Phone.
• For more information, please visit https://kidshelpphone.ca/

Morneau Shepell
- A human resources consulting and technology company that takes an integrated approach to employee assistance, health, benefits and retirement needs.
- Has launched a national crisis support line that is available to anyone in need of emotional support.
-1-844-751-2133.
-By calling the crisis line, individuals will receive crisis counselling support and/or referral to community resources. This resource is available to anyone and everyone, client or not.

Online Therapy Unit
• Provision of effective online clinical treatment programs to adult individuals experiencing mental health difficulties, with primary focus on depression and anxiety.
• Office: 1-306-337-3331
• For more information, please visit https://www.onlinetherapyuser.ca/

Linda Thauberger
1-306-584-3876
prairiepsychology.com
Limited availability. Counselling and education for grief, depression, anxiety, and coping.

SERVICES FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

Tema Conter Memorial Trust (TEMA)
• Provision of peer and psychological support for men and women of our emergency, public safety, and military services.
• Toll Free: 1-888-288-8036
• Office: 1-249-888-9991
• For more information, please visit https://www.tema.ca/

Wounded Warriors
• Wounded Warriors delivers a national slate of mental health programs and services that are adaptive, innovative and evidence-informed for first responders.
• Toll Free: 1-888-706-4808
• For more information, please visit https://woundedwarriors.ca/

Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment
How Public Safety Personnel involved in the Humboldt Broncos tragedy access mental health support through this fund:
-A list of accredited and licensed Psychologists can be accessed here - http://www.skcp.ca/
-Care providers from the list of accredited and licensed Psychologists can invoice the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment for the cost of supporting public safety personnel involved in the Humboldt Broncos tragedy.
-Please note, the Institute will only be able to pay for care until the fund has been exhausted. Care providers should contact the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment at 306-337-2287 or Anita.Kohl@uregina.ca after the first session to notify us of pending service provision, to confirm there are still funds available, or for more information.
The Institute will also use the fund to make peer support services available for public safety personnel involved in the Humboldt Broncos tragedy.

OSI-CAN PTSD Support
OSI-CAN is a provincial support initiative for veterans and first responders dealing with Operational Stress Injury (OSI/PTSD), no formal diagnosis or referral required. Our support is also available to hospital trauma personnel, nurses and corrections officers. Additionally, we support the spouse and family of those suffering from OSI. Our services are FREE.
Visit our website at www.osican.ca
Face Book @osicanrecover
or call 1-888-495-6068 or 306-552-3801

SERVICES FOR UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN COLLEGE OF MEDICNE STUDENTS, RESIDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF

Please see link to message from Dr. Preston Smith, Dean of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan

https://words.usask.ca/usaskmeddean/2018/04/09/humboldt-broncos-all-connected-to-them-in-our-thoughts/

SERVICES FOR SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH AUTHORITY STAFF AND PHYSICIANS

Message from Saskatchewan Health Authority
To all Saskatchewan Health Authority staff and physicians involved in helping the patients and families of the Humboldt Broncos, thank you. Your ability to come together and work so well as a team in the face of this horrific tragedy is admirable and appreciated by the patients and families you have so tirelessly and bravely served.
If you are feeling an emotional response, we encourage you to reach out to your family, friends, colleagues and spiritual leaders for support. If these personal supports are not available to you and/or if you require additional support to deal with an acute emotional response, please contact the Employee and Family Assistance Program at 1-844-336-3136. More information about the program can be found here.
Crisis Line Saskatoon: 306-933-6200

FEE-FOR-SERVICES FOR ALL

*NOTE: Services may be more appropriate for intervention in the long-term unless noted for acute crisis or emergencies. Also, services are fee-for-service unless noted.

 

Private Practice Clinicians


Northern Saskatchewan

Jeannette Ambrose, M.Ed., R. Psych.
Saskatoon, SK
1-306-249-4244

Dr. Lisa Berg-Kolody, Ph.D., R.D.Psych.
Location: 1998 Central Ave, Prince Albert, SK
Mailing: Box 402, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5R7
1-306-960-4392
1-306-700-2414
Services: Individual psychological therapy (youth [ages 15 and up], adults, and seniors; couples therapy).
Recognized provider for RCMP.

 Dr. Phil Carverhill, PhD R.D.Psych.
Prairie Hospice
Carverhill Counselling & Consulting
Suite 206 - 912 Idylwyld Drive N.
Saskatoon, SK S7L 0Z6 CANADA
1-306-651-7445
1-306-651-7444
dr.phil.carverhill@shaw.ca
Services:Grief Counselling/Therapy, Trauma Debriefing, Grief Support Group Consultation, Clinical Supervision, Workshops on grief & bereavement.

Dr. Lyndsay Foster, Ph.D., R. D. Psych.
2nd Floor, Victoria Square Medical Building, Prince Albert, SK
1-306-960-6545
www.drlyndsay.com
Services: Psychotherapy for trauma and grief (age 10+)

Alexandra Froese, M.Ed., R.Psych
Horizon Psychological & Counselling Services
Saskatoon
1-306-361-0577
http://horizonpsychology.ca/

Christine Gatzke, M.Ed., R. Psych. (Provisional)
#25-901 1st Ave.
Saskatoon, SK
1-306-380-7284
Services: Offered in both English and French, and can be accessed via in person, phone and/or video conferencing be extended to children (6+ years)/families and respective schools, individuals and couples. Experienced first crisis/trauma responder/clinician, offer CISM/D (critical incident), EMDR, EFT among other approaches.
www.clc-apathtohealing.ca or https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/therapists/christine-gatzke-saskatoon-sk/357085

Danielle McFadyen, M.C., R. Psych.
Saskatoon, SK
1-306-664-0000
Services: Counselling

Clint Moroz Registered Psychologist (Provisional)
Saskatoon , SK
1-306-290-7735
c3counselling.com
Provide psychological supports for all ages.
Individuals, Couples, Families, & Teams. Significant focus on
Anxiety
Mood (depression)
Grief & Loss
Stress management

S. Keith Powell, M.S., R. Psych.
Prince Albert, SK and area
1-306-763-7057
Services: pro bono, for emergencies

Erin Stusick, M.Ed., R. Psych.
Gryba Phillips Professional Counselling Services
Saskatoon, SK
1-306-934-5898
www.grybaphillipsassociates.com
Services: Trauma & grief counselling including Eye Movement Desensitzation and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Heather Tomes, M.Ed., R. Psych.
Saskatoon, SK
1-306-244-9890
Services: Crisis counselling, grief, trauma, pastoral/chaplaincy support
Fees: sliding fee scale available

Dr. Myrna Willick, PhD., R. D. Psych
Saskatoon, SK
1-306-612-2083
Services: counselling and therapy for those with intellectual disability


Southern Saskatchewan

Dr. Gordon J. G. Asmundson, PhD R.D.Psych.
1-306-539-6026
Regina, SK

Beve Gardner M.A. Clinical, CPCA, MPCC
Lebell and Associates Counselling 2114 College Ave. Regina, SK 1-306-359-6111
Dean Hugie, M.Ed., R. Psych.
Regina, SK
Dhugie@sasktel.net
Services: Healing through mindfulness.

Jordan Kozey, M.A. R. Psych. (provisional)
2445 Broad Street- Office #206
Mailbox 2-06
Regina, SK S4P 0C7
1-306-581-4149
www.jordankozey.com
psychotherapy@jordankozey.com

Colette Pelletier, M.Ed., R. Psych.
Regina, SK
1-306-536-6975
Services: Eye Movement Desensitzation and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Dr. Murray Abrams, PhD R.D.Psych.
Dr. Murray Abrams Psychological Services
Regina, SK
1-306-545-0134
murray.abrams@outlook.com

Andrea Mackay, MEd., R. Psych. (Provisional)
Regina, SK
1306-531-3168
www.thinksolutions.ca
Services: grief counselling

Natashia Schoenroth, M.Ed., R. Psych.
Ehrlo Counselling Services
Regina, SK
Main office: 1-306-751-2467
Direct line: 1-306-751-2466
Services: Counselling (all ages)

Judy Wright Registered Psychologist (provisional)
1-306-535-3854
Regina, SK
Services: Grief /CISD/

Prairie Psychology Services
2230 Lorne Street
Regina, SK S4P 2M7
1-306-584-3876

GROUP THERAPY OR PEER SUPPORT

Edwards Family Centre
333-4th Avenue North
1-306-244-5577 or 306-651-7445
mail@saskatoonfuneralhome.com
Services: Offers free grief groups (see below)

Bereaved Parents of Adult Children Group
A professionally facilitated support group for parents who have experienced the death of an adult child. Participants will explore ways of living with this tragic loss, in a safe, supportive environment.
•Meets for a 6 - 8 week series
•Pre-registration required as group is limited to 10 participants
•Facilitator – Phil Carverhill Ph.D.
No fee to participate

Grief Talk
This professionally led support group is intended to provide support and connection for those living with grief. This group is open to individuals who have experienced the loss of someone significant in the last 2 – 48 months. The group will explore Alan D. Wolfelt's 10 Essential Touchstones for Understanding Grief, finding Hope and Healing One's Heart.
Series will run for five consecutive weeks
Registration required
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Contact Anna Maria Buhr MSW
306-655-5519 or 306-655-5526 (Palliative Care Services)
annamaria.buhr@saskatoonhealthregion.ca
no fee to participate

A Group for Grieving Teens A professionally facilitated support group for teens (13-18 yrs.) who have experienced the death of someone close to them( family member, friend or mentor). Participants will learn and explore ways of living with loss in a supportive peer environment.
Meets for an eight week series
•Facilitator is Phil Carverhill Ph.D.
•Limited capacity - registration required •
no fee to participate
contact same main contact above

The Compassionate Friends (TCF Saskatoon Chapter)
This is a self-help support group for parents and siblings 18 years of age and older, who have experienced the death of a child or sibling, any age, any cause, any race and non-denominational. This group provides an opportunity to share your grief and meet others who have experienced loss as well.
Meets on the last Tuesday of the month
7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Contact: 1-306-374-8862
bkachur@shaw.ca

OSI-CAN PTSD Support
OSI-CAN is a provincial support initiative for veterans and first responders dealing with Operational Stress Injury (OSI/PTSD), no formal diagnosis or referral required. Our support is also available to hospital trauma personnel, nurses and corrections officers. Additionally, we support the spouse and family of those suffering from OSI. Our services are FREE.
Visit our website at www.osican.ca
Face Book @osicanrecover
or call 1-888-495-6068 or 306-552-3801