Appointments:Book online or call 519-570-1655
Emergency services: 911
Non urgent services:
Crisis Help as well as Addiction and Mental Health Services
Call anytime: 1-844-437-3247
Children and Youth Mental Health services: 519-749-2932
Monday -Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Services include relationship and family counselling, victim and settlement services for women, anger management and I belong services.
Free Self Care Course
University of Waterloo - Centre for Mental Health Research and Treatment
Contact us by phone or email:
(519) 888-4567 ext. 33842
Telepsychology for Kids, Teens, and Adults
About the CMHRT
Therapists at the CMHRT are graduate students closely supervised
by registered clinical psychologists.
Mental Health Services
At the CMHRT we provide therapy and assessment services for children,
teens, parents, and adults. We work with a range of presenting concerns
including anxiety, depression, OCD, social difficulties, behavioural concerns,
and parenting challenges.
Telepsychology through videoconferencing has been shown in research to be as effective as in-person therapy. The CMHRT uses secure
videoconferencing technology to ensure a private and safe experience.
Sessions are offered at flexible times to maximize convenience.
Sliding Scale Fees
Fees for services operate on a flexible sliding scale,
which is calculated based on your family's financial
Free anonymous peer support, self-help courses and other resources
Free skill-building program from CMHA designed to help adults & youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry. Delivered over the phone with a coach and through online videos.
Canada's response to growing mental health concerns as a result of COVID-19 and the mental health impacts of isolation, financial uncertainty and the complex challenges brought about by school, daycare and workplace closures.
NO FEES. Accessible 24/7
For Crisis support: Text WELLNESS
AbilitiCBT includes a special program to help address anxiety symptoms related to the uniquely challenging aspects of pandemics: uncertainty, isolation, caring for family and community members, information overload and stress management.
Provided by Ontario College of Family Physicians and the University of Toronto