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Dr. Joti Samra
Dr. Joti Samra, R.Psych. is a clinical psychologist and national thought leader on issues relating to psychological health and resiliency. She is Principal and Founder of MyWorkplaceHealth.com, which offers a comprehensive suite of clinical, consulting and training services in workplace mental health. A dynamic and engaging speaker, Dr. Samra presents her work extensively at the invitation of public and private sector organizations, and is regularly called upon by provincial and national print, radio and TV media to comment on issues relating to human behaviour.
Dr. Samra also has an expanding clinical practice (DrJotiSamra.com) with a number of excellent clinicians working under her treatment supervision and oversight. Our counsellors are trained in a range of evidence-based treatments (CBT, ACT, DBT, MBCT/MBSR), with counselling offices located throughout Vancouver, TriCities, Surrey and Richmond. As our services are offered under the supervision of a Registered Psychologist, the vast majority of our services are covered under extended benefits, and we are happy to assist patients with navigating the process relating to benefits coverage.
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Did you know that gratitude actually encourages people to work toward their goals? It does this by connecting us to others, elevating us, humbling us, and indebting us. Gratitude is a choice that has lasting positive effects on the brain download the resources here to learn more about Gratitude.
Thinking traps, also known as “cognitive distortions” are problematic thoughts which are associated with negative emotions. These thoughts happen more commonly when people are under stress. Learn more about these thoughts through these resources so that you can become aware of your automatic thinking and learn to re-direct your thoughts.
When difficult times hit, a common approach is pretending that it didn’t happen or we take other unhealthy approaches. Learning healthy way to move through adversity is key to helping us cope better and recover more quickly. For tips to help you handle difficult times, download Dr. Samra’s resources.