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Donation helps vulnerable individuals

Donation helps vulnerable individuals

Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) was again the recipient of an extremely generous donation from the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation’s Anonymous Donor Fund. The $50,000 donation will be used by ECS to provide pro-bono counselling sessions to high risk, vulnerable individuals who have the least access but the most need for services. “At Ehrlo Counselling, we see a continued…

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True Colours receives donation

True Colours receives donation

Ehrlo Counselling’s True Colours youth group recently received some donations that will make a real difference in their ability to continue to provide valuable services to youth in the community. Farm Credit Canada’s Pride Committee chose True Colours to receive a $500 donation. The cheque was presented by Elizabeth Bailey and Iza Parker of FCC on August 1st. “We were glad to…

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Surprised and honoured

Surprised and honoured

Ehrlo Counselling’s Shelley Tamaki has spent six years providing outreach services to the community of Pheasant Rump Nakota First Nation, located approximately two hours southeast of Regina. “Outreach counselling is important because there are situations where people simply are unable to come into our offices,” she explained. “There are so many obstacles that can prevent…

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Youth group receives grant

Youth group receives grant

Ehrlo Counselling Service’s True Colours youth group has received a $5,000 grant from the Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation.   Founded in 2015, the group allows youth ages 11 to 16 a safe space to discuss topics or raise questions related to sexual orientation or gender identity. It is open to youth who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, or are Questioning…

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New faces at Ehrlo Counselling

New faces at Ehrlo Counselling

If you’ve been around Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) lately, you may have noticed a bit of a service team shake up! Psychologist Joey Panko has taken on the role of clinical manager. Joey is a familiar face, having been at Ranch Ehrlo Society for 11 years. Joey believes in utilizing a collaborative approach to help clients find and draw on their unique inner strengths. He enjoys working…

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Ehrlo Counselling extends partnership

Ehrlo Counselling extends partnership

Ehrlo’s partnership with the Autism Resource Centre (ARC) that began last year has had such a positive response that the partnership is continuing until the spring of 2019.  Thanks in large part to further funding, ARC is excited to continue this partnership. Initially, ARC contacted Ehrlo Counselling to ask if they would be interested in providing counselling for some of ARC’s…

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Ehrlo Counselling receives large donation

Ehrlo Counselling receives large donation

Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) was recently the recipient of an extremely generous donation from the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation’s Anonymous Donor Fund. The $50,000 donation will be used by ECS to provide pro-bono counselling sessions to high risk, vulnerable individuals who have the least access but the most need for services. “The donation was a wonderful surprise…

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Ehrlo Counselling forms partnership with ARC

Ehrlo Counselling forms partnership with ARC

Ehrlo Counselling has recently formed a partnership with the Autism Resource Centre (ARC) that will see Ehrlo Counselling employees fill gaps in ARC’s client access to mental health services, as well as help support parents of ARC clients through psychoeducation sessions based on mental health issues that they or their children may be coping with. The agreement was initiated by ARC, who…

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Ehrlo Counselling offers intervention to La Ronge

Ehrlo Counselling offers intervention to La Ronge

In the wake of the mental health crisis experienced by northern Saskatchewan, the First Nations and Inuit Heath Branch (FNIHB) of Health Canada has reached out for help. Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) answered the call. The first two to attend were social worker Amanda Kuckartz and psychologist Sherry Rapley. The duo visited La Ronge Nov. 11th through 13th to provide risk assessment and…

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Ehrlo Counselling presents at Positive Lifestyles Conference

Ehrlo Counselling presents at Positive Lifestyles Conference

Joey and Sarah Students in grade eight are on the cusp of a lot of changes. It’s their last year before high school, many are experiencing the beginning of puberty as they enter their teenage years, and expectations and unspoken ‘rules’ around friendships and relationships change with age. Ehrlo Counselling hoped to help them navigate some of the stresses by presenting at…

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Change in director

Change in director

Natashia Schoenroth is the new director at Ehrlo Counselling! Natashia, a registered psychologist, has over 12 years experience providing direct clinical services to individuals, families, and groups with thin the community. She has excellent relationship, management, and organizational skills, a respectful and engaging supervision and training style, and a vast amount of clinical knowledge.…

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Successful conference

Successful conference

On May 16th and 17th, mental health professionals from throughout the province gathered at the Queensbury Convention Centre for two days of learning, listening, and talking – all in the hopes of going back to work a little better prepared than they were before they came. The conference was hosted by Ehrlo Counselling and the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan. Conference presenter…

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Ehrlo Counselling hosts self-harm talk

Ehrlo Counselling hosts self-harm talk

To kick off Psychology Month, Ehrlo Counselling is out in the community sharing valuable information. On Feb. 9th, Natashia Schoenroth and Dave Wiebe hosted an informative talk titled Helping Kids Cope: Self-Harm Behaviours and Thoughts of Suicide for parents of students in the Regina Catholic School Division. “The school division has taken a preventative approach in creating…

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