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depression   anxiety   trauma   adhd    sexual dysfunction   


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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is considered a first-line treatment for mood and anxiety disorders and can be easily adapted to address a number of difficulties. CBT focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

Cognitive Processing Therapy

CPT is a novel treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. CPT challenges the maladaptive patterns of thinking established in trauma.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

ACT can be applied to a number of clinical issues. It teaches people effective strategies for coping with difficult feelings while promoting effective problem solving.

Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy

Through the use of new technologies, the therapist can create and customize VR environments specific to the needs of the client that are otherwise too difficult to create in real life. VR Exposure can be an effective treatment for situational anxiety, such as heights, flight, driving or public speaking.

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Gut-Focused Hypnotherapy

Clinical hypnosis using research-based protocols can be applied to created a greater sense of control over digestion in people suffering with IBS.

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy

Mindfulness is the intentional control of our attention in the present moment without judgment. MBCT trains the client in meditation techniques that are can be applied to chronic or recurrent conditions.

Supportive Counselling

A variety of psychotherapeutic insights and techniques can be applied to support a person through negative life events.

ADHD Assessment

The assessment needs of adults with ADHD is different from that of school-aged children. Interviews and psychometric testing are used to diagnose ADHD and other co-ocurring disorders.


30% of men over 30 years old, 40% of men over 40 and 50% of men over 50 experience erectile dysfunction.

One million Canadian men suffer from major depression every year 

Gay men have a higher rate of depression, anxiety, suicidality, self-harm, and substance abuse in comparison to their heterosexual counterparts

Societal expectations and traditional gender roles play a role in why men are less likely to discuss or seek help for their mental health problems.

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