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Depression, anxiety, panic, trauma, and relational problems are some of the most common and uncomfortable conditions that adults suffer from at some point in their lives. In therapy, we adopt a client-centered approach, meaning we help you feel empowered and supported while providing you with the tools to achieve your therapeutic goals. Through therapy and treatment, we aim to identify self-destructive patterns in order to help you recover motivation, perspective, and joy that you once had in your life.


Some of the tools that can be provided to you include emotion-regulation, anger-management, distress tolerance, grounding techniques, prolonged exposure techniques for trauma and PTSD, and conflict-resolution skills.

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Child & Adolescent Therapy

Many children and adolescents can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic circumstances throughout their childhood. Sadness, anxiety, anger, and social withdrawal are a few emotions that can linger after traumatic events such as abuse, bullying, parental separation, and loss. We can help them overcome these symptoms and guide them through the process of grief and healing by providing them with a warm and safe environment, fostering a sense of trust, focusing on their strengths, and building their resilience to interpersonal difficulties. 


Some of the strategies used in therapy include psychoeducation about symptoms, mindfulness and grounding exercises, emotion-regulation, distress tolerance, and anger-management skills.

Couples and Co-parenting Therapy

Therapy can be beneficial to both couples or parents who are looking to strengthen their emotional connection, improve communication skills, or learn how to better co-parent/maintain friendships following a separation.  The focus of therapy may include learning to set boundaries, fostering a sense of trust once again, regulating emotions, learning to take things less personal, improving listening skills, managing anger, and learning to de-escalate conflicts. 


Throughout the therapy and treatment, couples and/or parents will learn to relate and express their feelings to one another in a warm and safe environment, facilitated by a trained psychologist. We can help you resolve past difficulties and relationship issues in order to improve your wellbeing and quality of life. 

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Art Therapy

Art Therapy uses the creative artistic process in a therapeutic way. The goal is not necessarily to create an artwork. Instead, the art therapist offers a space for people to express themselves, work through difficult emotions, develop self-awareness, learn to manage their behaviours, improve communication skills and improve self-esteem through art making.


Art therapy aims to support the client in addressing internal conflicts or issues. Thus the client may experience uncomfortable feelings such as sadness, guilt, anxiety, anger, frustration, loneliness and helplessness because the process often requires discussing the unpleasant aspects of life. It also aims to help clients develop strategic and healthy ways of coping with difficult situations. Art therapy can support the therapeutic process by allowing for a nonverbal way of expressing oneself or enabling you to access or address feelings or understanding through creative processes and by reflecting on the images you create.

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