Our Consortia Partner Organizations
CCTB provides mental health and developmental services to children and youth and their families from birth to 18 years of age. Multi-disciplinary services are provided through a continuum of services ranging from single session counselling, brief treatment, intensive treatment services, day treatment, and residential programs. The Centre provides specialized services in the areas of youth justice, child welfare, substance abuse, and autism. For more information about the Children’s Centre Thunder Bay please go to: https://www.childrenscentre.ca/
Dilico Anishinabek Family Care is an integrated agency representative of thirteen First Nations in the 1850 Robinson Superior Treaty area. Guided by the seven sacred teachings, Dilico offers Health, Mental Health, and Child Welfare services in an integrated continuum of service. Services are available to the on-reserve, off-reserve population and non-Indigenous community within the city of Thunder Bay and district. Core services are designed to complement the strengths, values, and traditions of individuals, families and children who strive to achieve balanced, holistic, and culturally safe health care. The agency service delivery philosophy reflects the value of family centered care congruent with Anishinabek worldview at all stages of life. Four district offices provide services in the following communities, Whitesand First Nation, Pic Mobert First Nation, and Longlac. For more information about Dilico Anishinabek Family Care please go to: https://www.dilico.com/
FIREFLY is a multi-service, non-profit organization serving children and youth and their families from birth to 18 years of age with six (6) locations in Northwestern Ontario. Clinical service is provided through two (2) programs: Children & Youth Developmental Services (CYDS) and Children & Youth Mental Health (CYMH). Partnership with local First Nation organizations allows for in-community service delivery and collaboration. FIREFLY is dedicated to supporting and strengthening the health and well-being of families, children, and youth through emotional, physical, developmental, and community services. For more information about FIREFLY please go to: https://www.fireflynw.ca/
SJCG is a large and diverse organization which operates on multiple sites throughout Thunder Bay. It is a recognized leader in the provision of programs and services in complex chronic care, rehabilitation, long term supportive housing, and mental health and addictions. NORPIC rotations and experiences are available at St. Joseph's Hospital (Major Rotation within Inpatient Mental Health), St. Joseph's Health Centre (Major Rotations within Chronic Pain, Mental Health Outpatient Program and Minor Experiences available within the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Service) and Sister Margaret Smith Centre (occasionally, a minor experience is available in the Eating Disorders Program). For more information about SJCG please go to: http://www.sjcg.net/
Sioux Lookout First Nation Health Authority (SLFNHA) serves 33 First Nation communities in the Sioux Lookout region in Ontario, Canada. Mandated by the leadership in these communities, the organization is dedicated to strengthening First Nations by contributing in unique ways to a strong health system for the Anishinabe. This health system has many parts: First Nations with their primary responsibility for their people’s health; the secondary responsibilities of the Tribal Councils; the on-going Treaty responsibilities of the Government of Canada; and the support of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation and other health organizations. Within SLFNHA, psychology practitioners take on many roles; assessments, treatment, consultations to families, coworkers and community partners, as well as continuing education for staff.
Nodin psychology practitioners generally have a blend of short term (intensive) clients, long term clients, and general mental health assessments with individuals across the life span.
Developmental services psychology practitioners participate in diagnostic clinics for FASD and Autism as well as other developmental disabilities. In addition to assessment/diagnosis, these practitioners have the opportunity to engage in counselling with individuals with dual diagnosis of a developmental disability and other mental health concerns. Practitioners in Developmental services work with individuals under 18 years of age.
All SLFNHA departments provide services in Sioux Lookout although service delivery may also include travel to remote First Nation communities. Practitioners also provide virtual services via the Ontario Telehealth Network (OTN). For more information about SLFNHA please go to: https://slfnha.com/home
Sullivan + Associates Clinical Psychology in a private practice mental health clinic that offers comprehensive psychological assessments, psychotherapy/counselling, workshops, and consultation services in a warm, inviting, and culturally sensitive environment. Additionally, we travel to cities and Indigenous communities throughout Northwestern Ontario to provide psychological assessment services to various school boards and agencies. Our main therapeutic approaches are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness. Our mission is to improve the lives of others through assessment, psychotherapy, mental health awareness, and community involvement. For more information about SACP please go to: http://www.drsullivan.ca/
TBRHSC is an Academic Health Sciences Centre serving Thunder Bay and much of Northwestern Ontario, with ties to Lakehead University and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. The hospital has 375 acute care beds and was created in 2004 as an amalgamation of the Port Arthur and McKeller branches of the Thunder Bay Regional Hospital system. Psychology provides services in Adult Mental Health (in-patient and out-patient), Oncology, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Diabetes, and Bariatrics. For more information please go to: http://www.tbrhsc.net/