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Other Therapy Services 
Trauma & Grief Specialisation
Individual (adult +18), and Couple therapy

Anxiety & Depression
Anxiety & Depression

It's common to have uneasiness every now and then. Many people fret about things like their health, finances, or family issues.


However, anxiety disorders go beyond momentary apprehension or terror. For those who suffer from an anxiety disorder, the anxiety persists and may even worsen with time. The symptoms might affect daily tasks, including work performance, academic progress, and interpersonal connections. 

Other issues are sadness and/or a loss of interest in previous hobbies are symptoms of depression. It can also impair your ability to perform at work and home and cause several mental and physical issues.

You could improve your mental health with individual therapy consultations.

Couple Issues
Couple Issues

The therapist will treat both parties in a committed relationship simultaneously. Couples therapy addresses issues that arise inside and between persons and impacts relationships.


  • Communication issues

  • Divorce

  • Infidelity

  • Post-affair

  • Pre-marital

  • Relationship issues

  • Separation

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  • Improve your communication skills

  • Rekindle your sense of closeness

  • Get past their disagreements

  • Enhance family life

  • Discuss difficult differences

Grief & Loss
Grief & Loss

The giving of counsel, knowledge, and emotional support to individuals or couples whose capacity to function or communicate has been compromised by someone else's death, especially that of a loved one or friend or even events like the loss of a job. Sometime, this could involve traumas.


It supports the mourning process and provides useful guidance for improving mental health and well-being. 


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Individual Therapy
 Healthcare, Public Service Professionals Support

An individual-to-individual approach to treating psychological issues. One therapist sees one client at a time, customizing the procedure to meet that person's particular requirements for exploring contributing causes and symptom relief.


  • Anger Management

  • Depression

  • Career Development

  • Coping Skills

  • Life Transition

  • Personal Development

  • Self-Actualization

  • Self-Esteem

  • Sleep Insomnia

  • Trauma, PTSD

  • Vicarious Trauma

  • Women's Issues

  • Work Stress

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  • Life balance and well-being

  • Meaning in life

  • Regain energy and clarity of mind

Perinatal Mental Health
Perinatal Mental Health

The most frequent pregnancy health problems are mental health disorders, which affect 10–25% of perinatal people (defined as conception through postpartum; PMHD). In groups that have historically and currently experienced marginalization and stigmatization, such as immigrant and Indigenous populations, the risk of developing PMHDs is much higher. Untreated PMHDs risk developing future mental health issues, worse quality of life, and excessive healthcare use (Hicks and al., 2022).

Your degree of discomfort will be evaluated, and you'll learn about mental health issues that can arise during pregnancy and after delivery, how prevalent they are, and that there are effective treatments available. We will discuss ways to strengthen social and emotional support, sleep well at night, collaborate with you to identify your needs and link you to local resources.

Hicks, L. M., Ou, C., Charlebois, J., Tarasoff, L. A., Pawluski, J., Roos, L. E., ... & Tomfohr-Madsen, L. (2022). Assessment of Canadian perinatal mental health services from the perspective of providers: Where can we improve?.


Any traumatic event that leaves a person feeling profoundly terrified, powerless, dissociated, confused, or with other disruptive feelings that are strong enough to have a long-lasting detrimental impact on their attitudes, behaviours, and other functioning elements. Traumatic incidents include both those brought on by human action (such as rape, war, or industrial catastrophes) as well as those brought on by nature (such as earthquakes). These incidents frequently doubt a person's perception of the world as a just, safe, and predictable place. It could also be repeated emotionally intimate contact with trauma survivors.


Discrimination based on race can have negative psychological effects on both the targeted individuals and their larger communities. These psychological effects included racial trauma, also known as race-based traumatic stress (RBTS), which is the mental and emotional harm brought on by interactions with racism, hate crimes, and racial and ethnic prejudice. Some people may develop symptoms similar to those of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) due to repeated racist encounters.


  • Burnout

  • Grief

  • Immigration & Acculturation stress

  • Intergenerational trauma

  • Loss of Identity

  • Media Exposure & Trauma

  • Racial Trauma

  • Vicarious Traumatization (VT)

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  • Tools and support

  • Manage emotions and integrate self-regulation skills

  • or simply a safe space to share your experience


APA Dictionary of Psychology

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