Upcoming Programs

Mindfulness-based Symptom Management (M4CORE) for stress, depression, anxiety are offered now via Zoom Heathcare by the OMC teaching team. It is an 8-week program designed to address psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, workplace issues, and dealing with chronic pain or illness. Contact us for more information.

Mindfulness-based Symptom Management for Pain and Chronic Illness (M4PCI) is available and facilitated by Sarah Good, OT. If you are interested in the program, contact Sarah Good OT for more information.

Mindfulness-Based Symptom Management OSI (M4OSI) is a mindfulness program for active-service military, Veterans, and First Responders with an Operational Stress Injury (OSI). Fees for veterans (VAC) and current members of CAF are covered by Blue Cross and pre-authorization is required. Contact us for more information.

A Year of Mindful Living is a 12-month course designed by Dr. Frank Musten to address work-related stress and burnout. Contact us for more information and specify “YML” in the contact header.

Learn more about the M4 courses here.

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Insurance coverage is available through your extended health care benefits (Sun Life, Great West Life, Manulife, etc.). The amount of coverage depends on the individual employer’s benefit plan. All our programs are lead by Psychologists registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario and the fees are typically covered by almost all insurers as a Psychological Service. Some insurers may require a physician’s referral. Please check if this is the case for your specific insurer.

Mindfulness-based Symptom Management – MBSM

 

Mindfulness-based Symptom Management (MBSM ONLINE)

Mindfulness-based Symptom Management (M4-Core) is designed for individuals experiencing stress related to life events (relationships, work, family, depression, anxiety, loss, etc.). Over 8 weeks, each weekly session focuses on cultivating mindfulness skills through the following themes:

  • body awareness,
  • understanding our perceptions of ourselves, others, and the world,
  • cultivating tolerance of distress, and
  • transforming reactivity into respons-ability.

In the MBSM program, you will learn

  • the fundamentals of mindfulness practices
  • how to become more aware of the mind-body connection
  • mindfulness-based stress awareness and coping skills
  • how the Five Skillful Habits can support your values and how to live in line with those values
  • self-care strategies that go together with mindfulness skills

Read more about MBSM here.