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We Support Teenagers, Adults, And Seniors

Psychotherapy, often referred to as talk therapy, is a compassionate and effective approach to improving mental and emotional well-being. It's a safe and confidential space where you can share your thoughts, feelings, and concerns with a trained, registered psychotherapist who is dedicated to understanding your unique experiences.

Whether you're a teenager grappling with the complexities of adolescence or an adult facing life's various demands, our therapy clinic is here to help you forge a path toward emotional resilience, personal growth, and a brighter future. Your mental health matters, and we are here to support you every step of the way.

Benefits of Individuals Therapy

  • Gain invaluable insights into your inner world
  • Learn to navigate life's challenges and develop coping skills that empower you to lead a more fulfilling and balanced life
  • Increase your confidence and self-esteem
  • Heal past traumas
  • Manage daily stress and anxiety in a healthier, and more effective way

Types of Psychotherapy Available

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

A here and now approach based on clinical research and practice. CBT focuses on improving problematic thought and behavioral patterns thereby improving your coping skills and ability to use effective problem solving skills. Typically, CBT sessions last between 12-20 sessions, and teaches clients how to be their own therapist.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

An action-oriented modality aiming to increase your psychological flexibility by focusing on accepting distressing emotions and thoughts, altering your go to responses, increasing your present oriented skills, view of self and identity, values and behaviors. ACT sessions usually requires 12-16 sessions.

Mindfulness Cognitive Based Therapy

This approach amalgamates cognitive therapy techniques along with mindfulness meditation to help increase your present oriented skills in a non-judgmental way thereby reducing stress, worry, mood swings, to name a few. MCBT usually requires approximately 8 sessions.

Solution-Focused Therapy

This is a goal oriented, short-term approach to therapy which facilitates a therapeutic conversation based on the principles of positive psychology with an emphasis on generating solutions versus a focus on the problems causing the distress. SFT typically requires approximately 5-8 weekly sessions.