We provide psychotherapy for issues that range from general to severe. You don’t need to have a mental health diagnosis in order to seek out psychotherapy.
Some examples of issues we work with include:
- Self-esteem and Confidence issues
- Life Transitions (break up of romantic
relationship or friendship, immigration, etc)
- Academic Anxiety
- Stress and Coping
- Workplace Stress
- Adjustment and Grief
- Eating Disorders
- Anxiety Disorders such as OCD, GAD,
- Psychotic Disorders
- Trauma and Abuse
- Domestic Violence
- Personality Disorders such as BPD
Psychological Assessment and Consultation
A psychological assessment can help identify a mental health diagnosis, understand what is contributing to your psychological symptoms and can help with developing an effective treatment plan.
A psychological assessment can take several sessions and involves an understanding of your history that includes childhood, adolescent and early to late adulthood experiences, family attachment patterns, traumatic events, your personality, your recent life experiences, school or work stressors, your physical and mental health.
A psychological assessment forms part of your initial sessions for psychotherapy. However, psychological assessment can be a standalone service.
Couple Therapy & Marriage Counseling
Couple therapy or marriage counselling are two different names that refer to the same service. Couples who are in a serious relationship whether they are dating, common-law, engaged or legally married can seek psychotherapy/counselling for a range of problems related to their relationship. For example:
- Difficulties in communication, understanding, empathy
- Constant arguing, conflict
- Problems with in-laws
- Anger, violence
- Betrayal, affair, cheating
- Difficulties with sex, physical intimacy
Workshops, Training & Supervision
We also provide workshops and training for organizations, and supervision for people seeking additional training. Our workshop presentations are customized to meet the needs of members of corporate businesses, non-profit organizations and post-secondary institutions. We’ve delivered training on topics such as mental health and mental health treatment, mental wellness, cultural diversity, issues around LGBTQ+, gender and sexual identity, disability, eating disorders, and couples therapy.
For those seeking licensure for psychologist or psychotherapist, or people looking for additional training, we also offer peer consultation and supervision.