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There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age. 
― Sophia Loren

Aging is a natural process that may present challenges for some individuals and their families. Although many older adults look forward to the freedom of retierment, it may be difficult for others to adjust to the changes with aging.

Some people may experience health issues, losses, identity changes, relationship and financial stress as they pass middle age, and the support of a therapist or other mental health professional may help ease the transition.


Are you or someone you love struggling with:

  • anxiety/stress management

  • depression

  • chronic pain

  • addictions

  • family issues

  • advance care planning

  • grief

  •  life transitions

  • caregiver

  • financial issues


You are not alone, we can help you navigate through life’s difficulties. With a safe and trusting relationship with the right therapist as your foundation, therapy can help you understand and overcome the barriers that may have been getting in the way of having the best quality of life possible for you.  We are happy to discuss your needs and either book a free consult with one of our therapists, or, you can contact our intake specialist to help you find a therapist to best meet your specific needs.  If you have an idea of the type of therapy you would like to try we can also set you up with a therapist trained in that method.



Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an interactive, evidence-based therapy where the clinician and client work as a team to develop skills and promote psychological flexibility. ACT integrates skills to help clients connect to the present, accept the human experience, develop self-compassion, plan values-guided actions. ACT is solution-focused and strives to assist clients in living a more rich and meaningful life. 


For more information visit ACT


Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is a non-talk, brain-based therapy that uses eye-movements to assist clients in effectively processing problematic physical sensations, thoughts, and emotions relating to a specific event or concern. Clients are fully conscious during the sessions and are guided through the processing by the clinician. The advantages to ART is that it is relatively quick (1-5 sessions depending on the situation) and clients do not need to discuss their thoughts, feelings, or memories unless they choose to.  

For more information visit ART


Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a structured, evidence-based therapy where the clinician and client work together to test hypotheses, identify problematic thoughts, and teach strategies and skills to improve clients’ mental health. It is a problem-focused and goal oriented form of therapy.

For more information visit CBT 


Mindfulness-based therapy is a form of therapy that incorporates mindfulness practices that include present moment awareness, grounding meditation, and breathing exercises. Using these tools, the mindfulness-based therapist teaches a client to be in the here and now observe thoughts come and go.


  • Solution Focussed Therapy

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Dialectic Behavioural Therapy

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