• 1. Initial Consultation

    Gather information about you

  • 2. Review Guidelines

    Understand polices and procedures

  • 3. Counselling Sessions

    Help you achieve wellness

During your initial session, your treatment provider will inquire about your current circumstances and relevant history to gain a clear picture of your concerns. Session guidelines will also be established along with the processes explained. These can include confidentiality, fees, and session frequency. Feedback regarding expected timelines for treatment completion can be discussed as well as information on the treatment techniques and strategies that will be used.

Our primary focus is to assist individuals in dealing with psychological reactions related to rapid and abrupt changes to their health status or personal situation. These changes may be due to injury, illness, or other life-altering events. Consequences of physical and/or psychological injury manifest differently in various cultures. In our clinic we pay special attention to the treatment needs unique to the cultural groups we server.

We Provide Therapy Regarding

Stress & Anxiety

Anxiety Disorders, together with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Although researchers don’t know exactly why some people suffer from anxiety disorders, they do know that a range of factors are involved.

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Mood Disorders

Mood Disorders, including Depression. Everyone experiences “highs” and “lows” in life, but people with mood disorders experience them with greater intensity and for longer periods of time than most people

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Chronic Pain

Pain is a common symptom of a variety of conditions and can be felt in many different ways. It can intensify during flare-ups, subside at other times, and can last for brief moments or for several months.

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Relationship / Couples Therapy. Couples often seek counselling when relationship problems begin to interfere with daily functioning or when partners are unsure about continuing the relationship.

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Return to Work

The journey back to work after an injury and/or traumatic experience can be difficult. Recovering and learning coping mechanisms through therapy can help in moving forward.

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Adjusting to Disability

Becoming disabled through illness, injury, accident, or a deteriorating medical condition can affect many areas of someone’s life. Therapy can offer ways of improving well-being.

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Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) simulations produce realistic sensation of a user’s physical presence in a controlled virtual environment using computer technologies. The rendered images, sounds and sensations gradually introduce the user to coping mechanisms.

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Cogmed Working Memory Training is a proof-based computerized training program designed to improve attention by effectively increasing working memory capacity through a systematic training period.

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative psychotherapy approach intended to treat psychological disorders.

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