WHILE THE WORLD IS DEALING WITH ONE PANDEMIC, WE'RE DEALING WITH TWO.

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At Bellwood, we specialize in dealing with the second pandemic. It's hidden, deadly and has no cure - mental illness.

Did you know one out of five Canadians suffers from mental disorders? People often don't get their mental illness treated because they don't see it as a serious problem.

If you’re feeling sad, know that it’s not a phase, and it won’t eventually go away until you act on it. Treat your mental illness as seriously as you would heart disease or diabetes.

We have helped many Canadians improve their mental illness. We can help you too. We have 35 years of professional experience helping people with tough mental illness and addiction with strong support and empathy.


 

If you need professional help, get in touch with our admissions team. They'll be more than happy to talk to you.

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Written by Sean Singer, veteran, yogi, and physical health instructor at Bellwood Health Services.

MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS: BENEFITS AND EXERCISES 

10 THINGS YOU LEARN IN TREATMENT THAT ARE USEFUL DURING A PANDEMIC

READ MORE

Written by Carlee Campbell, Patient Care Specialist at Edgewood Treatment Centre. 

READ MORE

Written by Adam Fisher, a former Director at Renascent and EHN Canada, writer, researcher, and photographer. He has been in recovery since June, 2004. 

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Research has shown that a lack of self compassion is a risk factor for substance use and mental health disorders, but can it be a therapeutic tool? Sandeep Marwa explains how self compassion can help people achieve breakthroughs in their recovery.

Watch the webinar to learn:

  • The definition of self compassion and its element 
  • The latest research behind self compassion’s role in mental health and addiction 
  • How to use self compassion as a therapeutic tool to achieve long term recovery 
Duration: 46:41

 

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Self Compassion in Treatment With Sandeep Marwa, OT