Nouveau-Brunswick: Équipe mobile d’intervention en situation de crise en santé mentale (1-866-771-7760), ligne d’écoute CHIMO (1-800-667-5005)
Nouvelle-Écosse : Équipe mobile d’intervention en situation de crise en santé mentale (1-888-429-8167)
l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard : Ligne d’écoute « The Island helpline » (1-800-218-2885)
Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador : Service en santé mentale en situation de crise (709-737-4668/1-888-737-4668)
New-Brunswick: Mobile crisis intervention team for metal health issues (1-866-771-7760), Helpline CHIMO (1-800-667-5005)
Nova-Scotia : Mobile crisis intervention team for metal health issues (1-888-429-8167)
Prince-Edouard-Island : Listening phone line « The Island helpline » (1-800-218-2885)
Newfoundland & Labrador : Mental health crisis services (709-737-4668/1-888-737-4668)
To contact Alex-Anne, please write her an email using the email address email@example.com or you can call her at 506.858.4406.
We all experience changes in our lives (leaving home to study or work, separation, change or loss of job, loss of a loved one, moving, retirement, etc.). These changes can be difficult to deal with. The Telepsychotherapy Unit of the Université de Moncton invites you to participate in a study involving a program, Moving Forward. This is an online program that has been developed to help people manage a change in their lives by showing compassion for themselves.
The Moving Forward program is: :
This is a 6-week study including a 3-month follow-up. It is comprised of:
Unfortunately, we cannot include in this study individuals who do not reside in New Brunswick or who do not have access to the Internet or who are in crisis or experiencing suicidal thoughts. If you need immediate help, please contact your family doctor by using the CHIMO crisis line (1-800-667-5005) or call 9-1-1. You can also visit your nearest emergency room, or you can follow the emergency instructions provided by your doctor, mental health professional or care team.
In addition, we cannot accept requests from anyone who is currently receiving therapy or who have started medication for anxiety or depression in the last month or if there has been a change in dosage in the past month.
Tijay Talbot, a 4th year undergraduate psychology student at the Université de Moncton (506-858-4000, ext. 4406; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org), under the supervision of professor and psychologist France Talbot (tel. 506-858-4000, ext. 4200; e-mail: email@example.com). If you wish to participate and would like more information, please consult the following website: www.etherapies.ca. You may also communicate with us at all times.