Important Notice: We are moving!

We are Moving!!
NEW OFFICE LOCATION STARTING
NOVEMBER 4, 2017
(located in the Fairmore Business Park)
DIRECTIONS:
  • When you are on Fairmount Drive, turn into the Fairmore Business Park-look for a red sign indicating the location of the Business Park
  • Head west to the end of this road through the Business Park, then turn right. At this point you will be in the Business Park paralleling the train tracks.
  • Follow the road to the end to Building 5000.
  • The entrance of the building is on the west side, HUM is on the 3rd floor, unit 5316
Please note that our office will be CLOSED from November 3-5, 2017 and we will have limited phone and internet access on Monday November 6. Friday and Saturday groups will be cancelled on November 3 and 4. The Monday Healthcare Providers Group will run as usual. All group therapy sessions from November 6 onwards will be held at our new location.

 

All individual therapy sessions will resume on Tuesday November 7, 2017.
The new office can be a bit tricky to find on your first trip so please give yourself extra time for navigation. Please see below for some visuals to help orient you to the area.
 Pictured above is a visual of the area surrounding the Fairmore Business Park-our building   is located in the corner closest to Glenmore Trail and the railroad tracks
This is a picture of the building where our unit (5316) is located. We are on the third floor and there is elevator as well as stair access. There is free, ample parking in the adjacent lot and we are a 10-15 minute walk away from the Chinook LRT station.
A handout with the directions is available in hardcopy from our office. If you have any questions about the office move, please give us a call at 403-536-2480.
We look forward to seeing you in our new space in November!
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Filling the Void


Filling the Void 
This is your message for the week of October 15, 2017 

 

Do you feel like Addiction is caused by an internal void that needs to be filled so the brain compensates by using alcohol, drugs, or other behaviours to create wholeness? I provide my perspective on this notion.
These messages are developed by Paige Abbott, Registered Psychologist and Clinical Services Director at HUM

Please feel free to share with others and encourage them to subscribe at huminfo@humassociates.net
The messages are also shared on our Facebook and Twitter feeds each week as well as the HUM YouTube channel.

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Gifts

Gifts
This is your message for the week of October 8, 2017 

 

With Canadian Thanksgiving upon us, it is a reminder to pause and explore gratitude and thanks for what we have in our lives. This includes the gifts that are all around us. In this video we explore what that means, where these gifts come from, and what they can mean for your recovery.
These messages are developed by Paige Abbott, Registered Psychologist and Clinical Services Director at HUM

Please feel free to share with others and encourage them to subscribe at huminfo@humassociates.net
The messages are also shared on our Facebook and Twitter feeds each week as well as the HUM YouTube channel.

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Gambling


Gambling
This is your message for the week of October 1, 2017 

 

Addiction is a primary, chronic brain disease and, therefore, impacts all aspects of thinking, feeling, and behaviour. Recovery is learning about how the disease impacts these areas and working with that, while developing different ways of being and coping. In this message Paige explores a specific manifestation of Addiction: gambling. Even if you think this does not apply to you, it is still worth exploring because you may be surprised. This is, after all, a cunning, baffling, and powerful disease.
These messages are developed by Paige Abbott, Registered Psychologist and Clinical Services Director at HUM

Please feel free to share with others and encourage them to subscribe at huminfo@humassociates.net
The messages are also shared on our Facebook and Twitter feeds each week as well as the HUM YouTube channel.

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Coincidences

Coincidences
This is your message for the week of September 24, 2017 

 

Look around you in your day to day life and think of all the ‘random’ (but maybe not so random) things that have happened that impact you. What do you make of this? What meaning do you find in these coincidences? Paige shares her perspective on this.
These messages are developed by Paige Abbott, Registered Psychologist and Clinical Services Director at HUM

Please feel free to share with others and encourage them to subscribe at huminfo@humassociates.net
The messages are also shared on our Facebook and Twitter feeds each week as well as the HUM YouTube channel.

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