A large amount of debt, a job loss or overtime reduction, medical bills, or simply being irresponsible with your spending could cause undue financial stress. We call each of these instances a financial crisis. Are you living outside your means? Existing on credit or spending when you should be saving? Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW speaks with Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron and MIX NATION on what to do to ease financial stress and worry that could be taking a toll on you and your family.
Marriage can be a road filled with unexpected curves but navigating that road with a partner who has a mental illness can add a whole other dimension to the journey. The stress can impact a person emotionally, physically, financially and socially and ultimately compromise his or her own health.
Dr Julie Gowthorpe, RSW talks with Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron this morning on MIX – LISTEN
What else, after all, can you do when there’s a profoundly pessimistic (and self-sabotaging) voice inside your head that’s actively discouraging you from trying? Telling you that whatever you do, it won’t be good enough, ’cause you’re not good enough? In such instances, with such self–doubt and anxiety – Dr Julie Gowthorpe, RSW joins Sean Kelly and Orlena Cain on Mix97 this morning to offer some great advice in how to help conquer this .
Who hasn’t felt invisible at school, at work, or at some social gathering they’ve attended? And this feeling of isolation can be highly distressing and problematic — especially for children who are deliberately excluded from a particular group, teased or taunted, or maligned by malicious rumors.
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW joins Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron of the Mix 97 Morning Show to share some insight on this topic and suggestions for help.
If you or someone you know would like to contact Dr. Julie Gowthorpe – call (613) 962-1852
Speaking out is a difficult thing when a sexual assault happens to you. Here’s what we can do to help those who need a voice and encourage others to use theirs.
LISTEN TO THE TALK this morning HERE
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW speaks to Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron on Mix97
People visit my site for many reasons. Some are looking for parenting support; others are going through a challenging situation.
From personal challenges, traumatic events, recovering from abuse, issues in the couple relationship or marriage, to coping with the stressors of separation and divorce, men, women, adolescents and children have one common goal – to feel better.
My approach, along with my associates, is to empower you to get there. We start with where you’re at so that you can develop the insight, knowledge and healing necessary to go the distance.
Discussion took flight with the students at FNTI yesterday!
MIX 97’s Sean Kelly and Dr. Julie Gowthorpe RSW took a trip to the First Nations Technical Institute in Tyendinaga to talk to their aviation students about mental health. The students listened to a wonderful presentation from Sean and Dr. Gowthorpe which dealt with how to recognize mental health issues as well as how they can seek help for problems if need be.
The students at FNTI were eager to chat, listen and share creating an immensely positive atmosphere.
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe stopped by MIX 97 this morning to talk to the Morning Crew and Mix Nation about a topic discussed with the students: Authenticity. You can listen to her chat right here!
Everyone has a day every now and then when you really don’t want to go to work. Dr. Julie Gowthorpe RSW stopped by to chat with the MIX 97 Morning Crew about how to make the workplace a positive place and how to get around those feelings of negativity while at work.
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe stops by to chat with the MIX 97 Morning Crew every Wednesday. You can tune in to MIX 97 before 8am or you can stay tuned to the MIX 97 Morning Crew blog for weekly updates where you can hear any discussions you may have missed.
Love is the theme of Valentines Day. It can mean a lot of different things for different people. Being that it is Valentines Day the Mix 97 Morning Crew decided to discuss love.
The Mix 97 Morning Crew had a chat with social worker Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW about unconditional love, how to have a happier relationship and some other Valentines Day topics. You can take a listen to both parts of the discussion below!
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW “TALK TODAY” subject is on addiction and mental health and how we can support the ones we love and get help for all involved.
Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron join Dr Gowthorpe in conversation.
LISTEN TO THE AUDIO HERE
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW provides individual (adults, teens and children), couple therapy, and family therapy for a wide range of issues. In addition to counselling services, she, along with her associates, offers custody assessment, mediation services, parenting capacity assessment and parenting plans.