In clinic sessions

Meet with your preferred therapist in clinic for your therapy sessions

Remote Sessions

Connect with your therapist virtually through skype, zoom, facetime and other virtual modalities for your therapy sessions


Individual Therapy​

  • Individual therapy is a form of therapy in which the client is treated on a one-on-one basis with a therapist.
  • The most popular form of therapy, individual therapy may encompass many different treatment styles including psychoanalysis and cognitive-behavioral therapy.
  • Individual therapy allows the therapist and client to focus on each other, building a rapport and working together to solve the client’s issue.

Group Therapy

  • A form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time.
  • It is usually a complement to individual therapy and sometimes medication as well, although it may be used as a stand-alone treatment for certain issues or problems.
  • The simple experience of working in a group provides excellent opportunities to socialize, practice new behaviors, and experiment in a safe environment.

Couple Therapy

  • Family therapy or family counseling is a form of treatment that is designed to address specific issues affecting the health and functioning of a family.
  • It can be used to help a family through a difficult period, a major transition, or mental or behavioural health problems in family members.
  • Family therapy can employ techniques and exercises from cognitive therapy, behaviour therapy, interpersonal therapy, or other types of individual therapy. 

Treatment Modalities


Are you experiencing any of the following months on end:
  • Feeling nervous, restless or tense?
  • Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom?
  • Having an increased heart rate?
  • Breathing rapidly?
  • Sweating?.
  • Trouble concentrating or thinking about anything other than the present worry?


The persistent feeling of sadness or loss of interest that characterises major depression can lead to a range of behavioural and physical symptoms. These may include changes in sleep, appetite, energy level, concentration, daily behaviour or self-esteem. Depression can also be associated with thoughts of suicide.

Substance Abuse

Having Any of the following?

  1. Taking the substance in larger amounts or for longer than you’re meant to.
  2. Wanting to cut down or stop using the substance but not managing to.
  3. Spending a lot of time getting, using, or recovering from use of the substance.
  4. Cravings and urges to use the substance.
  5. Not managing to do what you should at work, home, or school because of substance use.


  • Are you in a dysfunctional relationship?
  • Constantly getting stressed
  • Creating Problems With Avoidance and Denial
  • Becoming uncharacteristically testy and agitated, especially with your partner.
  • Experiencing an Unequal Give and Take.
  • Becoming a Victim of Domestic Violence?

Parental Therapy

Faced with the following challenges?

  • Providing consistent care
  • Attending to the needs of an infant or toddler
  • Maintaining adult relationships
  • Financial difficulties
  • Feeling rushed or “out of time”
  • Scheduling and planning children’s days
  • Lack of sleep

Grief & Loss

Grief is not limited to feelings of sadness. It can also involve guilt, yearning, anger, and regret. Emotions are often surprising in their strength or mildness. They can also be confusing. One person may find themselves grieving a painful relationship. People in grief can bounce between different thoughts as they make sense of their loss. Thoughts can range from soothing (“She had a good life.”) to troubling (“It wasn’t her time.”). People may assign themselves varying levels of responsibility, from “There was nothing I could have done,” to “It’s all my fault.” 


People spend nearly one third of their adult lives at work, and workplace issues are a common source of stress for many. It is impossible to have a workplace where everyone’s roles, expectations, and personalities work perfectly together, without conflict. As such, certain workplace issues may cause negative psychological symptoms.

Workers may find discussing their workplace stress or challenges with a trained mental health professional is helpful to them both professionally and personally.