By no coincidence, Psynergy Centre Health & Wellness is located in one of the most beautiful areas and heart of Medicine Hat’s downtown core. Incorporating nature in healing is imperative to connection to self and Mother Earth. Many indigenous traditions believe rivers have a spirit and can offer wisdom to someone who is able to listen and willing to hear. We invite you to the green space in the back of our building to sit in tranquility and soak in the energy of the sun and South Saskatchewan River. Trust the wisdom of your own inner healer, take a deep breath, and say Thank You.
At Psynergy, we believe that reciprocity is a daily practice. Inclusiveness and diverse representation is of utmost importance. Psynergy Centre is dedicated to ethics, safety, and harm reduction by reducing stigma and barriers for marginalized groups beginning with IBPOC (Indigenous, Black and People of Color) leadership. Psynergy maintains a policy of inclusion and safety for those with various physical and mental abilities, BIPOC and LGBTQIA* clients, staff, participants, collaborators and community across the spectrum of race, ethnicity, genders, religion, faith, class, sexual orientation, substance use, health, linguistics, national origins, immigration status and all other categories of identity particularly as we shift and evolve individually and collectively.
“As you focus on clearing your generational trauma, do not forget to claim your generational strengths. Your ancestors gave you more than just wounds”~ Xavier Dagba.
Psynergy Centre Health and Wellness hub honors and acknowledges that we are situated on Treaty 7 and Treaty 4 territory. Traditional lands of the Siksika (Blackfoot), Kainai (Blood), Piikani (Peigan), Stoney-Nakoda, and Tsuut’ina (Sarcee) as well as the Cree, Sioux, and the Saulteaux bands of the Ojibwa peoples. Indigenous healers and knowledge keepers are the protectors of mother earth’s greatest gifts that we continue to benefit from. May we always show respect and gratitude.
📍Saamis Archaelogical Site
“For hundreds of years, Indigenous peoples gathered in this valley, which supplied everything they required to live. This land provided food, shelter, fuel, and water and sustained a way of life we now try to connect with through story-telling.” – Brenda Mercer, Miywasin Friendship Centre
Access and Inclusion are valued principles at Psynergy Centre. Direct billing, sliding scale, low fee and no fee Compassionate Care options may be possible on a case by case basis in consultation with the treatment provider.
Group participant rates are less per person and encouraged. If you are of privilege and choose to contribute more so that others who typically may not be able to access our events please let reception know. Please contact the office for more information of any of the above.
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor”~ Desmond Tutu