URegina online therapy program receives $400K boost from SK


The University of Regina’s Internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy (ICBT) program recently received $400K in additional funding from the Government of Saskatchewan. The online therapy program provides free, virtual access to mental health and addictions treatment for individuals based anywhere in the province, including in rural and remote areas. ICBT was established under the leadership of URegina’s Dr Heather Hadjistavropoulos through a partnership with the Saskatchewan Health Authority. “Our clients tell us they prefer this method of mental health care and get incredible results that improve their mental health and well-being,” said Hadjistavropoulos. “This funding ensures that our services will now be able to benefit even more Saskatchewan residents.”

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