How skin temperature shows level of relaxation

We have a great new tool that uses skin temperature to measure your level of relaxation. Our new FLIR camera (Forward-looking infrared) photographs the heat produced by your skin and turns it into different colors. Blue = coldest and least relaxed White = hottest and...

Working with First Responders Training

Tom is participating in Mental Health Competency for Working with First Responders on November 23rd, 2019. This is facilitated by First Responder Health Services through the British Columbia Association for Registered Clinical Counsellors (BCACC). From this training...

What is a qEEG brain scan?

Are you struggling with stress, anxiety, sleep or PTSD, and wondering if brain imaging might be helpful for you? QEEG scans can be beneficial in many ways especially compared with other types of brain imaging. Here is an overview of how qEEG differs from other types...

Depression linked to the immune system

When we are injured physically or psychologically, our immune system first inflames our cells, tissues, blood vessels, even nerves, to increase blood flow to fight disease and repair injury. Then, as a second immune step, the brain interprets inflammation as a trigger...

Hygge for Coziness & Comfort

We have a new look!  Taylor who was with us for the summer inspired us with Hygge which originates from Denmark and Brooke Finlayson from Yellowdoor Studios designed and sourced all the items in less than 3 weeks. We are very happy with the result.    ...