We have a collaborative approach to mental health. We take your input to heart when pairing you with a therapist. We understand that you’re more likely to improve when you have a good working relationship with your therapist. We also know that better results occur when you and your therapist work together to identify your mental health goals. If the fit isn’t right or you’re not achieving the results you expected, we’ll support you in making changes.
Our therapeutic approach is collaborative and client-centred. We understand that clients’ primary goals are often to feel better, stay better, and perform better.
In addition to individual therapy, we have developed a mental health program for First Responders called Launch. Launch is endorsed by Wounded Warriors Canada as a proactive approach to First Responder mental health and wellbeing. You’ll learn new ideas and skills that you can apply at work and at home. Launch is for those of you who are looking to get help before you need it.
Please reach out to Robyn for more information about the Launch program: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also work with Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) and long-term disability insurers to support individuals who are dealing with limitations related to psychological difficulties.
Taking part in an assessment is an important tool in your recovery process. Following an assessment with our office, you will understand your condition (including your diagnosis). Together, we will develop a plan to help relieve your symptoms, build your skills, improve your mental health, and support your way forward.
Most people fully recover from a concussion. However, some people experience lingering problems. Psychological and mental health services will provide you or your loved one with strategies for dealing with irritability, anxiety, and depression following a concussion.
Caregivers of loved ones who have suffered an ABI can benefit from psychological support. The stresses of managing a loved one’s medical recovery can be exhausting. The losses and changes following a family member’s ABI can lead to feelings of despair. We lead a FREE educational support group in collaboration with other ABI service providers such as St. Joseph’s Health Center and Traverse Independence.
Our approach is guided by the work of experts on therapy outcomes and relationship communication.