Providing Excellence in Therapy Services Across the Lifespan


Individual Counselling is an opportunity to receive support and experience growth during challenging times in life. It can can help one deal with many personal topics in life such as anger, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, marriage and relationship challenges, parenting problems, school difficulties, career changes, to name a few. More...


Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy focused on helping a couple work through challenges, understand their relationship better, and develop healthier ways of relating to one another. The therapist uses specific therapeutic techniques and interventions to support the couple's goals. More...


Parenting therapy is a specialized form of therapy that works with parents to help them face difficult moments with their child/teen. It also helps them to identify, address, and manage their own past or present experiences that may be affecting the way they relate to their child. In some cases, parenting therapy may also help parents improve communication with each other to maintain a cohesive and structured parenting approach. More...


Mental, emotional, social and behavioural disorders in childhood can cause long-term problems that may affect the health and well-being of children and families. Treating a child’s mental health problems as soon as possible can help children reduce problems at home, in school, and in forming friendships.


The goal of family therapy is to help everyone in the family understand and support each other. This type of therapy can help when families feel that they are repeating the same argument over and over again. If a family is dealing with changes associated with illness, mental health and substance use problems, unemployment, moving, aging, divorce, trauma, and death and grieving, family therapy can be helpful.


Adolescence is a time of incredible change and development, physically, mentally, emotionally and socially. It is a disorienting stage for young people and the adults who are supporting them. It is not uncommon for adolescents to need help dealing with relationships, emotions, family problems, academic concerns and social stress. These demands can lead to self-esteem issues, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, difficulty regulating emotions and inappropriate coping skills (i.e., substance use, self-harm etc). More...


Therapy can help older adults who may have difficulty with the transitions of aging to manage their emotions, find new sources of enjoyment and meaning, and find new support systems. It can help people face their fears of death, if they have such fears, and deal with grief as friends and family members pass on.