As part of the Government of Canada’s National Action Plan on Posttraumatic Stress Injuries, PSPNET is offering and evaluating Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy, also known as ICBT, specifically tailored for current and former Public Safety Personnel (PSP), including border services officers, public safety communications officials, correctional workers, firefighters (career and volunteer), Indigenous emergency managers, operational intelligence personnel, paramedics, police (municipal, provincial, federal), and search and rescue personnel. Our ICBT program, also known as the PSP Wellbeing Course, is 8 weeks long and offered with optional weekly therapist support. The course is designed to improve depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress injuries. PSPNET is based at the University of Regina as part of the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) and led by Dr. Heather Hadjistavropoulos, one of Canada’s leading scholars on ICBT.
An online course that helps people with thoughts, behaviours and physical symptoms of depression, anxiety, and PTSD. This is a Therapist-assisted course offered to First Reponders and other Public Safety Personnel in Saskatchewan.
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ConvenientNo need to create appointments
PrivateWork on materials from the comforts of your own home
Based on EvidenceResearch conducted by the Online Therapy Unit, eCentre Clinic, and MindSpot show that these online therapy courses help people to better cope with their symptoms.
FreeCourses are offered to the public free of charge as part research funded by our various partners