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Counselling Supervisors

We currently are looking for Social Workers or Registered Counselling Therapists who can provide supervisory services for our counsellors. If you are interested please email us info@thoughtfulchanges.org.

Social Media Manager (volunteer)

We currently are looking for a Social Media Manager who will be expected to take the initiative in establishing and growing our organization’s online presence. To apply please see the job description here and email info@thoughtfulchanges.org with your resume and cover letter.


Student Placements

In the near future we plan to accept student placements and will post here when this is available.


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As a non-profit we lean on individual donations to help support us. When making a donation to Thoughtful Changes Mental Health you are helping to support mental health and fight mental health stigma in Nova Scotia. Thank you for supporting our mission and your interest in supporting us!

Please note, we are a non-profit and not a registered charity, so we cannot issue tax receipts. We will be working towards registered charity status in the future. If you are still interested in supporting us we THANK YOU!


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Press Release

Healthcare professionals warn of hidden symptom that will continue affecting Nova Scotians – even after mass vaccination

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(Halifax, NS) March 26, 2021: Mental healthcare professionals are sounding alarm bells about mental health concerns across the province once all Nova Scotians are vaccinated and the pandemic ends. While the healthcare system, government officials and Nova Scotians are focused on the ongoing vaccine campaign, psychologists are concerned that vaccination is seen as a cure-all. They warn that the anxiety, depression, feelings of stress won’t end with the end of the COVID-19 crisis.

Amiee Wilson, founder of Thoughtful Changes, a, non-profit social enterprise focused on matching individuals in need of affordable mental healthcare services with trained counsellors looking to gain one-on-one counselling experience prior to going into private practice, explains that the sense of optimism felt by many at the prospect of society and the economy re-opening, isn’t universal……


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