Programs

At HUM, we are an integrated health care team so you will receive health care services from a number of different health care providers, such as nurses, physicians,
and psychologists, based on your needs. We take a holistic approach to health; therefore we will be exploring biological, psychological, social, and spiritual dimensions, rather than looking at health issues or diagnoses in isolation.

Comprehensive Assessment

The comprehensive assessment is designed for anyone who would like a full exploration of their history, symptoms, and acuity of the issues. Overall health and wellness, strengths will be explored as well to establish accurate diagnosis(es) as well as individualized treatment planning and recommendations.

Individual Counselling/Psychotherapy

Individual counselling aims to increase a person’s sense of well-being by promoting self-awareness and encouraging action steps that are realistic and personal to the individual. Individual counselling can be used to provide support for a variety of issues, including symptoms like depression, anxiety, Addiction of any manifestation, marital and relational issues, chronic pain, and/or general… 

Couple & Family Counselling/Psychotherapy

The goal of couple and family counselling is to understand and resolve conflicts and improve relationship quality. Couple and family counselling gives each individual of the unit the tools to communicate better, negotiate differences, problem solve and resolve conflict in a healthier way. 

Group Therapy

Group therapy allows individuals to have discussions with others in recovery. “An addict alone is in bad company” so having an opportunity to vocalize and reflect on recovery in a professionally-facilitated forum can minimize isolation and provide a meaningful complement to other recovery actions that group members are also engaged in, including 12 step programs (AA, NA, etc.). 

Online/Virtual Counselling

Online counselling is available to those who live a distance greater than 1 hour from Calgary, are immune compromised, or there are other restrictions from allowing them to do face to face counselling. The aim of online counselling is the same as individual counselling and is to increase a person’s sense of well-being by promoting self-awareness and encouraging action steps that… 

Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a state of calm relaxation where suggestions can be given to, and accepted by, the subconscious or unconscious mind. It can be used for a variety of conditions, including Addiction, Mental Health, and Chronic Pain, as well as general relaxation and dealing with stress or anxiety.
There are many misconceptions when it comes to hypnosis. People will often think of stage… 

Accelerated Resolution Therapy

Accelerated resolution therapy (ART) is an evidenced based form of psychotherapy that utilizes back and forth eye movements. It is not the same as EMDR, however they both use eye movements. A goal of ART is that in experiencing the therapy, you may find that you connect pieces of information that are already stored in your memory to help you resolve your issues. The brain, while…There are many misconceptions when it comes to hypnosis. People will often think of stage… 

Methadone Treatment

Methadone is an opioid medication and is used as part of detoxification/withdrawal management for opioids and maintenance programs. Methadone suppresses withdrawal symptoms and reduces or eliminates drug cravings. Methadone is not a “cure” and is part of treatment and recovery. Through treatment, people who have Addiction involving opioids receive the medical and…

Suboxone Treatment

Suboxone is the combination of two different drugs: buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine, a partial opioid agonist, blocks the opiate receptors and reduces a person’s cravings. The second ingredient, naloxone, is included to discourage injection of Suboxone. When taken as prescribed sublingually, naloxone has no effect; whereas, if injected it acts as an antagonist that it is and can… 

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

he goal of the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is to provide education, tools, and support for people exploring their Addiction recovery journey. The IOP utilizes an Addiction is Addiction model so people will learn about what Addiction is and how it impacts many different areas of their lives, including substances, behaviours, relationships, feelings, and thinking.

Intensive Outpatient Program Continuing Care (IOPCC)

The goal of the IOPCC is to expand people’s recovery awareness and program by exploring how topics like acceptance, boundaries, contentment, and compassion fit into their current action steps. There is a strong focus on processing issues that are personal and specific to the individuals in the group in the context of the ABCs of recovery framework with an emphasis on relationships.