Mind your Brain* - Therapy and Care for Emotional and Cognitive Wellness

*Practice in Mental Health Services including Cognitive Rehabilitation and Cognitive Health in Vancouver
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Emotions are a natural part of our everyday life. All of our emotions, including the positive and negative emotions, help us guide our decisions, and make our lives more colourful.

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Emotional challenges following an injury or disease diagnosis are a natural consequence. Especially when experiencing a brain injury such as concussion or a diagnosis of a disease that impacts brain functioning. Addressing these emotional challenges is important because it is the emotional exp...

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Aging and the functional changes that come with it are of concern to most people and society at large. Knowledge of how neuroplasticity works and utilizing this knowledge can support people's cognitive and emotional health. At present, we don’t have sufficient evidence (see Cochrane review below)...

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* Professional Psychological Services


Throughout the COVID 19 crisis, Mind your Brain will provide counselling through TeleHealth/ remote applications, such as phone or online communication platforms with end to end encryption and SSL to ensure privacy, and specific step-by-step instructions will be provided upon contacting/ scheduling Heike @ Mind your Brain



Individual counselling and therapeutic care:
  • Aging issues (e.g., counselling,             memory care)
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • Concussion
  • Stress Mangement
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

Individual counselling for CAREGIVERS:
  • Understanding your loved one
  • Taking care of yourself


Some service examples: 
Service # 1- CAREGIVERS:

Mind your Brain provides services for caregivers of people:
a) with brain injury or 
b) cognitive aging issues (e.g., cognitive decline, dementia).  

Session can include educational services to help caregivers understand  cognitive and emotional challenges of their loved one.  

Examples of provided services:
  • a) how to approach and communicate with your loved one,
  • b) identifying stressors associated with cognitive decline due to aging or brain injury 
  • c) identifying helpful strategies, and how to implement strategies to reduce the daily stress associated with your loved one's injury/ disease, and
  • d) promote caregivers' rights and needs in a safe, and non-judgmental environment that is informed by compassion and respect. 

Service #2:
Heike @ Mind your Brain provides counselling and rehabilitation services for people with cognitive decline or dementia.

Service #3:
Heike @ Mind your Brain provides services for people interested in brain health and cognitive health/ wellness.

Service #4:
Heike @ Mind your Brain provides services for  people who are suffering   cognitive decline, mild cognitive impairment, or dementia.



You can find more detailed information about   Mind your Brain  including    Services and Resources  as well as Hours of operations, and more at the original website: www.mindyourbrain.ca

You can also download the free Mind your Brain App with all the vital Mind your Brain*  info and more at your fingertips  here

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Suite 915 - 1125 Howe Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2K8
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Mon:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tue:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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