Types of Therapy Services
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is based on the principles that our thoughts (cognitive), feelings and actions (behaviours) are all interrelated. The goal of CBT is that by focusing and changing our thoughts or behaviours - it will change how we feel towards ourselves, others and situations.
Expressive Arts Therapy
Expressive arts is a way of supporting people (of all ages) to express, understand and discover while using experiential mediums such as painting, writing, drawing, photography, movement, music, crafting, etc.
Play Based Interventions
Play-based interventions are activities designed to improve socio-emotional, physical, language, and cognitive development through guided interactive play.
Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which a therapist helps two people involved in a romantic relationship identify and work through their problems.
Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) is a provincial program providing funding support and services specific to child and family needs.
It is a scientific approach to studying human thoughts, feelings, and behaviour while emphasizing strengths instead of weaknesses, building on the good in life.
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
DBT is based on the principle of dialectics - by integrating and finding a balance between opposites. The main dialectic of DBT is acceptance and change, intending to find a balance in between.
Group therapy involves one or two therapists working with a select small group of clients. Groups are often designed to target specific problems such as anxiety, depression, or an eating disorder.
Involves talking to someone who is trained (a therapist) to help you deal with your negative thoughts and feelings.