Tag Archives: improve sleep quality

Writing for Healing

By Ms. Paige Abbott, Registered Psychologist Journalling is a common recommendation that many healthcare providers, including myself, make to individuals who are struggling with mental health issues, Addiction, chronic pain or existential questions such as who am I? It is … Continue reading

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Sleep Hygiene

 By Ms. Sue Newton, RN, MN Sleep hygiene (also known as sleep habits) are a variety of different practices that are necessary to have normal, quality nighttime sleep and full daytime alertness. Sleep disturbances and daytime sleepiness are the most … Continue reading

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Hypnotherapy

By Ms. Paige Abbott, M.Sc., R.Psych., CCH At the beginning of March, Ms. Kaylie Rodriguez, Registered Psychologist at HUM, and Ms. Paige Abbott, Registered Psychologist at HUM, took a hypnotherapy training course through The Excel Institute. We are excited to … Continue reading

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Sleep Hygiene: How to Improve Your Sleep

By Paige Abbott, M.Sc., R.Psych.   Sleep hygiene is one way of referring to strategies that people can use to improve their sleep on a nightly basis. Even if the term ‘sleep hygiene‘ is not familiar to you, having difficulty … Continue reading

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