Regaining Meaning

For those that have been away for years or decades, the goal is often vocational rehabilitation with a return to a meaningful role in society, work, or volunteering. We believe that work is a Fundamental Human Right.

Rapid Resolution

During The Newly Institutes evidence based treatment programs, workers are supported throughout their entire program in order to provide a successful and sustainable return to work plan.

Our Return-to-Work programming is dedicated to rapid access, rapid resolution of symptoms, and a rapid return to work. The program is designed for those who have recently been placed on leave from work or are looking to return back to the workplace.

Factors associated with positive return-to-work outcomes include participating in the scheduling, work modification or accommodations as necessary, and return-to-work coordination. Working with employers or case managers throughout treatment allows us to tailor a plan that works for everyone.

It has widely been shown that a supported, clear, and gradual return-to-work strategy provides the best outcomes with support from occupational experts. We will assist in the transition back to work with any needed supports from our experienced occupational health team. It is important while off work attending The Newly Institute that clients keep in touch with one or two contacts from their work to help reduce the anxiety of returning to the workplace.

Rapid Access

The longer one is away from work, the more difficult it is to return. Data suggests the majority will not return to work after being away one year or longer and yet returning to work is a key piece of one’s recovery path. When someone needs to be off work to take care of physical or mental health a strategy is imperative to be successful at returning to the workplace.

Rapid Resolution of Symptoms

Our unique curriculum is dedicated to not just rapidly resolving the symptoms that led to leaving the workplace, but to rapidly returning to the workplace and living a healthy and meaningful life. Individualized planning begins on the day our clients begin our program. The workplace is known to markedly affect the mental health of employees and can be a protective factor that helps facilitate a positive return-to-work. We are happy to work directly with employers to improve resiliency training or facilitate a more supportive and accommodating environment when needed.

Rapid Return to Work

Factors associated with positive return-to-work outcomes include participating in the scheduling, work modification or accommodations as necessary, and return-to-work coordination. Working with employers or case managers throughout treatment allows us to tailor a plan that works for everyone.

It has widely been shown that a supported, clear, and gradual return-to-work strategy provides the best outcomes with support from occupational experts. We will assist in the transition back to work with any needed supports from our experienced occupational health team. It is important while off work attending The Newly Institute that clients keep in touch with one or two contacts from their work to help reduce the anxiety of returning to the workplace.

First
Responders

In the past few years, there has been increased discussion around first responders and the mental health issues they face. First responders are repeatedly exposed to distressing situations, violence, trauma, and death. They also encounter daily workplace stressors such as heavy workloads, rotating shifts, and, occasionally, discrimination and bullying.  We have worked with many first responder organizations coast to coast to help manage the road to mental wellness.

We connect daily with first responders in order to continue dialogue around various mental wellness  opportunities and different modalities of rehabilitation and healing.

Our programs are based on evidence and data, but our approach is personal because we know it’s vital that people feel safe to be vulnerable during this process.

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Mental health problems are experienced by a significant portion of the Veteran population. They affect Veterans, their partners and their families’ income, quality of life, and disability, including the increased risk of suicide. Coverage for mental health assessment and treatment services is subject to provincial/territorial health care plans and varies across the country.

Our veterans deserve the best, without any question.  Much of our programming was designed with our veteran advisors for veterans.   Our cutting-edge IOP is based on personal experiences from veterans who have taken the first step towards healing in programs like these.  Our advisors will guide you through these novel therapies as they understand not only what you have been through, but also the daily struggles you may face.  We will work with you from initial consultation, through your treatment and beyond to ensure long term wellness and resiliency.

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Veterans

RCMP

The Newly Institute proudly provides tailored mental health treatment for Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers. Law enforcement professionals, including RCMP officers, often face unique and intense stressors in the line of duty that can lead to significant mental health concerns. Our program recognizes the specific challenges encountered by these officers and is designed to provide targeted trauma therapy to address the impact on their mental health. Treatment is delivered by experienced therapists with an understanding of the unique demands and experiences of law enforcement, creating a safe and supportive space for officers to address and overcome the impact of trauma.

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The Newly holds several contracts with provincial Worker’s Compensation Boards specializing in programs for employees who are off work due to claims related to mental health. Research suggests that the longer one is away from work, the more difficult it becomes to return to work, therefore, The Newly Institute believes in the need for rapid access and intensive treatment programs to get to the root of the issue with tailored treatment options. You will get access to an interdisciplinary team of professionals who have return to work experience. We will work with the treatment team and the case manager to provide a team based approach to help you get back to work in a healthy and sustainable manner. The Newly Institute is passionate about helping you return to work which we believe also allows for a better quality of life.

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Worker's
Compensation

Short Term /
Long Term
Disability

Our intensive mental health treatment program is designed to address mental health concerns impacting an indviduals quality of life, and facilitate a successful and sustainable return to work for individuals on short-term or long-term disability. Our comprehensive approach integrates trauma therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), mindfulness practices, and specialized return-to-work planning. Recognizing the intricate connection between mental health and work readiness, we address the unique needs of our clients with a focus on fostering resilience and empowerment.

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Recognizing the unique challenges faced by healthcare professionals, intensive outpatient programming at The Newly institute addresses the mental health needs of this critical workforce. The demanding nature of healthcare professions, coupled with exposure to trauma and high-stress environments, often takes a toll on the well-being of healthcare professionals. Our programs focus on trauma therapy and equipping healthcare providers with essential mental health skills to navigate the complexities of their roles effectively.

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Health Care
Professionals

Return to Work Services

Return to work services are designed for people who are unable to work due to physical or mental health reasons. The longer one is away from work, the more difficult it is to return and data suggests the majority will not return to work after being away one year or longer. For those who have been off work for many years, often vocational rehabilitation is the goal to return to a meaningful role in society or through volunteering to increase quality of life.

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Addictions Programming


Many people use alcohol or drugs to reduce the intrusive thoughts, poor sleep, and even nightmares that result from childhood traumas or a specific traumatic event.  Failure to treat the underlying trauma and consequent mental health conditions of those trying to recover from addiction leads to a predictably high risk of relapse.

The Newly Institute is dedicated to treating trauma and other comorbid mental health disorders to help people recover and stay recovered from addiction.

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