• Posted on: 18 November 2014
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Dear friends and partners,
As you may have heard or read in the papers, a split has arisen between us as the branch of the Canadian M. Health Association and the NB Division of the organization. We want to take this opportunity to explain and reassure you, as friends, clients, stakeholders and supporters of the local branch.

The split is over philosophical differences. The provincial body has decided to restructure in a way that would centralize its management and would result in the elimination of local Boards of Directors. It has always been at the grassroots level where programs and services are provided, and taking these decisions away from the local level is, in our view, not in the best interest of our clients. While we are sure the provincial organization is doing this with what it sees as the very best of intentions, the provincial organization could not guarantee the same level of community connectedness and quality of service for those we serve. In the end, we had to come down on the side of the clients who rely on us. For this reason, we are no longer under the umbrella of the Canadian Mental Health Association New Brunswick Division.

The important thing is that our services will not change. We are an autonomous, independently incorporated charitable organization with our own funding. For over fifty years we have been your partner providing quality mental health services and supports in the F-O Region, and we look forward to serving the region and our clients for another fifty.

We had hoped to continue under the name of the Canadian M. Health Association as that is what people know us as, but the New Brunswick Division holds the rights to that name in New Brunswick and it has determined that we can’t use it.

So watch for an announcement in the near future on a brand new name for our organization. But realize that while the name will be new, everything else will remain the same. We’ll still have our highly competent, experienced and trusted team delivering all our projects and programs under the governance of a locally based Board of Directors.

We are committed to a smooth transition, and will report regularly on the next steps. As always, we welcome questions and input from our valued clients, partners and community members. Please see the new web site: www.crmhaa.ca

Canadian Programs for Mental Health today

  • Posted on: 17 November 2014
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The Workplace Mental Health Program is dedicated to promoting mental health in the workplace. Mental health issues can cost companies a great deal of money, as well as interfere significantly with workplace productivity. As such, the Workplace Mental Health Program offers the yearly Bottom Line Conference for everyone's benefit, in addition to presentations and an e-learning module for stress management.

Eyebrow Extensions Outline Used For Cancer Patients

  • Posted on: 2 September 2015
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Getting cancer and having to go through the process of chemotherapy is an incredibly difficult situation for anyone to endure and although there is a massive amount of pain that the patient usually experiences, coupled with a huge amount of stress and worry about the future, they have deal with the fact that the hair on their bodies are going to fall off. Many people are fully aware that cancer patients going through chemo typically lose their hair, but few people realize that they also lose their eyebrows. This just impacts the negative thoughts and feelings that they are going through, so getting hair and eyebrow extensions can be a massive confidence booster during such a difficult time.

Areas of Application of Psychotherapy

  • Posted on: 18 September 2014
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When looking to improve your life and move past certain events, you will want to consider your options. Sadly, all-too-often, people ignore issues and think they can live a normal and happy life. Of course, it is possible to ignore problems and get by. However, if you are like most people, you will want to improve your situation. For this reason, many consider psychotherapy, professional psychotherapist in Mississauga from www.briancollinson.ca, and here are four areas of application for it.

Understanding Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Technology for Hair Removal

  • Posted on: 9 September 2014
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Intense pulsed light, or IPL, is a light-based technology used for different skin treatments. The light from an IPL device can remove hair, spider veins or even wrinkles depending on how it is used. It is most popular as a way to remove or reduce hair. You should understand how IPL works in relation to hair removal and more cosmetic procedure.

How can rejuvenating massage therapy help you?

  • Posted on: 29 August 2014
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If you live in the bustling, busy city of Toronto, you know how stressful it can be to juggle, work, family, friends, your health and all of the other things that life throws at you. Toronto is a city always on the go, and at times, it can be fun to live like that. Just being near the bustle of the city means that you yourself are sure to feel like you’re always on the go too! But often, it’s important to slow down and take the time to regroup. The books may say to cozy up and watch a movie, go for a slow walk by the water or try taking up jogging to relieve some anxiety. In truth, getting your body to physically relax is the key to getting your mind to relax too. Check online an option for rejuvenating massage therapy agency helped by a chiropractor in Toronto

Are you looking for A Certified Pedorthist

  • Posted on: 27 August 2014
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If you have problems with your feet, you can’t ignore them and hope they disappear. No, you will need to see a professional who can help you with your problem. For this reason, you will want to find a qualified and hardworking podiatrist who cares about your situation. With this in mind, here are three things to look for if you want to find a certified podiatrist. Ask online for a right solution at www.footsensation.ca

Cosmetic Surgery: It Might Just Be The Cure You've Been Looking For!

  • Posted on: 19 August 2014
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When people hear the words "cosmetic surgery" many immediately think of plastic surgery or expensive medical procedures speculated about on the cover of tabloids and magazines. However, cosmetic surgery is a medical practice that holds many practical and medically sound benefits for those who choose to undertake some of them. The psychological and emotional benefits of elective cosmetic procedures can be life-changing for some, but so can the physical benefits that some procedures offer. Ask for a doctor for facelift Toronto procedure.