For Teens

This section will always be a work in progress!

We will update this page content to list useful resources for teens and their parents around common conditions and self-serve online tools.

Teens are entitled to confidentiality. Your physician will make an explicit and evolving assessment of whether or not you can be considered a mature minor. Please talk about confidentiality with your physician and be sure to ask about limitations.
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Mental Health Resources

We can see that many of our teens are struggling with mental health challenges, many of which have only been made worse by the pandemic.
Here are some online resources that you might find helpful

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 e-mental health service offering free, confidential support to young people in English and French.
View Site - The Alberta COVID-19 Youth Mental Health Resource Hub

A hub of relevant resources to help you take care of yourself and look out for the people you love during this challenging time.
View Site

My Kickstand - More Good Days

Really cool website, the offer a bunch of self serve resources, in particular a "daily inspiration and advice delivered directly to your phone" called MoreGoodDays
View Site

Wolfpack by Abby Wambach

A MUST read for everyone on leadership and self worth. Best for 13 +
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Brené Brown - Dare to Lead

Mrs. Gauthier's personal favourite and unqualified recommendation - Brené has podcasts on leadership (Dare to Lead) and understanding ourselves (Unlocking Us). Some episodes will be good for 13+, most will be 15-16 +. Ask us if you want some help figuring out where to start!

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Our services are currently on a referral only basis

Meaning to access our services you need to be referred by your family doctor, by a nurse practitioner, by an emergency physician or by a pediatric subspecialist. If you don’t have a family doctor, please contact us and we’ll help you with that part as well!
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