Dialectical Behavioural Therapy: Practical Skills for Emotion Regulation

Dialectical Behavioural Therapy: Practical Skills for Emotion Regulation

The development of dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) was motivated by one psychiatrist’s desire to create a comprehensive toolkit of highly effective practical skills for people to manage even their most intense and uncomfortable emotions. In a similar way, if one were to boil it all down, the essence of all the work we do at EHN Canada is helping people learn skills to effectively manage their out-of-control emotions. 

8 Strategies for Dealing With Uncertainty

8 Strategies for Dealing With Uncertainty

When you’ve become used to certain daily routines or habits, changing them can bring on uncertainty that can be unsettling. Making the decision to start living a new life in recovery can bring on a slew of questions that may not be so easily answered by getting lost in an online rabbit hole of information. Learning some skills for dealing with uncertainty and building your uncertainty tolerance is a great first step to living a more peaceful and fulfilling life. 

What Is an Online Therapy Intensive Outpatient Program?

What Is an Online Therapy Intensive Outpatient Program

An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is an addiction or mental health treatment program designed for individuals who need more structure and intensive treatment than they can get from standard treatment options such as one-on-one therapy, medication, and support groups on their own. Best suited for patients with mild-to-moderate symptoms, IOP’s can be as effective as residential treatment for many people.

Mental Health and Returning to Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Mental Health and Returning to Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Returning to work during a pandemic can involve high levels of stress and potential adverse mental health consequences. However, both employees and employers can take actions to mitigate the difficulties of returning to the workplace during COVID-19. Furthermore, everyone can take steps to maintain their good mental health during these challenging times.

Changed Forever: Brain Damage Symptoms From Acquired Brain Injuries

Brain Damage Symptoms From Acquired Brain Injuries

We use our brains to make sense of our reality. Nerve endings spread from the brain and spinal cord throughout the body to receive sensory input as well as to activate parts of the body, both voluntarily and autonomically. Brain damage can make it very difficult to interpret sensory information and also to regulate bodily functions.