Click cover image to access the manual.

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The Online Therapy Unit is completely free and confidential through the University of Regina providing effective online clinical treatment programs to individuals experiencing mental health difficulties, with a primary focus on depression and anxiety as these are prevalent, disabling, and under-treated conditions that relate directly to those suffering from an OSI.

What GAP Does: The Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) offers fun and engaging presentations that address responsible and problem gambling. GAP resources are 100% free for everyone living in Saskatchewan. The Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) is proud to be a program of CMHA Saskatchewan Division since 1994.

Float therapy has been used as a way to effectively remediate many symptoms of PTSD an often debilitating condition. One of the postulated explanations for the effectiveness of this treatment is the release large amounts of endorphins and dopamine. The environment in the float tank also provides a safe space to process experiences and can aid the integration of difficult experiences.

You are welcome to view, download or print the OSI-CAN manual, with detailed information about OSI and PTSD, by clicking the cover image to the right.


This is a large PDF file (95 pages and 4 Mb file size). Download time will depend on your internet connection speed.

Free Online Therapies:

Available Therapists: OSI Trauma Specialized

Dr. Scheepers - Psychologist/Counselor

https://www.scheepers-ccc.com/info/contact-us.html

Marianne Stewart - Psychologist/Counselor

https://www.mariannestewart.ca

Ph. 306-502-5350  

Alternative Therapies: Hypnosis

ARTICLES:


I live with someone that has Operational Stress Injury (OSI) or PTSD... what can I do to help? 

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It is difficult to live with someone recovering from an OSI ... Do you have any advice?

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If you a having a problem with Alcohol, Drugs or Gambling come see us or call 306-522-5544. No formal diagnosis or referral required. If funding is an issue, we will help you to find financing with no repayment needed on your part.  http://susanulmercounselling.com/

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