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Conditions We Support

At our clinic, we support a wide range of conditions to help our clients achieve their mental health goals. If you don't see your specific condition listed below, please don't hesitate to call or email us see if we have a therapist who may be able to provide support for your unique needs. We are committed to helping you find the right therapist to support your mental health journey.

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Experiencing restlessness or struggling to maintain focus?


Are forgetfulness, distractions, or challenges with time management and organization a regular occurrence? ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder refers to a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by persistent patterns of inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity that significantly impair functioning in various areas of life, such as academics, work, and relationships.


Psychotherapy for ADHD typically involves a combination of cognitive-behavioural techniques, skill-building strategies, and psychoeducation to help individuals manage symptoms, improve focus and organization, enhance self-esteem, and develop coping mechanisms. Additionally, therapy may address related issues such as emotional regulation, time management, and social skills, aiming to improve overall quality of life for individuals living with ADHD. ADHD can significantly disrupt daily life, affecting social, academic, and career pursuits. Therapy offers valuable skills and strategies to effectively manage symptoms.

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An Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) refers to damage to the brain that occurs after birth, typically resulting from traumatic events such as accidents, falls, or medical conditions like strokes or tumours. Unlike congenital brain injuries, which are present at birth, ABIs occur later in life and can have diverse effects on cognitive, emotional, behavioural, and physical functioning. Psychotherapy for individuals with ABI aims to address the psychological and emotional impact of the injury, facilitate adjustment to changes in functioning, develop coping strategies for challenges such as memory loss or executive dysfunction, and support the individual in rebuilding their sense of identity and purpose post-injury. Additionally, therapy may involve collaboration with other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care tailored to the individual's needs and circumstances.

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Do you finding it challenging to cope with stress or adapt to change?


Adjustment disorders may lead to feelings of anxiety, sadness, hopelessness, and irritability, making it difficult to find joy in activities you once enjoyed.


Therapy offers support to help you understand your emotions, navigate change, and develop coping strategies, empowering you to lead a more fulfilling life.

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Are you struggling with intense anger or finding it challenging to manage your temper?


Anger is a natural emotion, but if it's causing conflicts in your relationships, impacting your work, or resulting in legal issues, seeking support can be beneficial.


Therapy provides a safe space to explore the underlying causes of anger and develop effective coping strategies. Take the first step towards regaining control of your temper and your life.

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Is anxiety hindering you from living life to the fullest?


Symptoms of anxiety can manifest as overwhelming worry, fear, or dread, often accompanied by physical symptoms like muscle tension, sweating, and sleep disturbances. It may also lead to a sense of detachment from once-enjoyable activities. 


herapy offers tools, strategies, and support to help you understand and manage your anxiety effectively. Let us assist you in gaining control and finding relief, empowering you to reclaim your life.

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Have you been struggle with body dissatisfaction?


Body dissatisfaction refers to a negative perception of one's body shape, size, or appearance, often accompanied by feelings of inadequacy, shame, or self-consciousness. This dissatisfaction can lead to significant distress and impact various aspects of an individual's life, including their mental health, self-esteem, relationships, and overall well-being.In addressing body dissatisfaction and its associated issues.


Psychotherapy plays a crucial role. By offering a compassionate and holistic approach, therapy empowers individuals to develop a healthier body image, improve self-esteem, and cultivate greater overall well-being. Through collaborative work with a therapist, individuals can embark on a journey of self-discovery and transformation towards body acceptance and self-love.

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Are you struggling with chronic dieting?


Chronic dieting refers to the persistent cycle of restrictive eating behaviours, frequent dieting attempts, and preoccupation with food and body weight, often driven by a desire to achieve an unrealistic or unhealthy body shape or size. This pattern of chronic dieting can lead to negative physical and psychological consequences, including disordered eating behaviours, poor body image, and emotional distress.


Psychotherapy plays a vital role in tackling chronic dieting and its associated issues. It provides a compassionate and comprehensive approach, promoting lasting recovery and well-being. Through collaborative work with a therapist, individuals can break free from the cycle of chronic dieting, improve their relationship with food and body image, and cultivate a healthier and more fulfilling life.

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Have you've lost some or all of the joy you once felt?


Symptoms of depression often include feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a lack of energy or interest in activities that previously brought pleasure. Physical signs can include changes in appetite, fatigue, and difficulty sleeping. Emotionally, depression can lead to a sense of isolation and loneliness.


Therapy offers valuable support in treating depression, providing understanding and coping strategies to help you regain a sense of wellbeing. Through therapy, you may experience improved mood, increased motivation, and a renewed sense of hope.

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Has food become your main source of comfort?


Emotional eating is a common response to feelings of sadness, stress, or loneliness. When experiencing emotions like these, it's easy to turn to food for temporary relief, seeking comfort in the familiar tastes and textures. However, this habit can lead to a cycle of overeating, guilt, and further emotional distress. Much like depression, emotional eating often involves a loss of joy in other activities. Instead of finding pleasure in hobbies or social interactions, individuals may find solace in food, leading to feelings of guilt or shame afterwards.


Therapy can be a valuable resource in addressing emotional eating patterns. By exploring the underlying emotions driving these behaviours, therapy provides insight and coping strategies to manage emotions in healthier ways. Through therapy, individuals can develop a more balanced relationship with food and find renewed joy in other aspects of life.

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Are you grappling with the lingering effects of family trauma?


Family trauma can cast a long shadow, leaving individuals feeling overwhelmed by a range of emotions such as fear, anger, and sadness. It's not uncommon to experience a sense of disconnection from loved ones or to struggle with trust and communication within the family unit.


Therapy provides a safe and supportive environment to process these challenging emotions and experiences. By delving into the roots of family trauma, therapy can help individuals gain insight into their reactions and develop healthier coping mechanisms. In therapy, you can explore the impact of family trauma on your life, work through unresolved emotions, and learn strategies to rebuild trust and strengthen family bonds. You don't have to navigate the complexities of family trauma alone—we're here to offer support and guidance every step of the way.

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Do you find it difficult to navigate life after experiencing a loss?


Does the weight of your grief feel too heavy to bear alone? Grief and loss can stir up a whirlwind of emotions, from deep sadness and anger to guilt and confusion. It's natural to feel isolated and distant from those around you during this time. 


Therapy offers a safe space to work through these complex emotions and find ways to manage them effectively. In therapy, you can explore the roots of your feelings, develop healthier coping mechanisms, and take gradual steps towards healing and moving forward. You don't have to carry your pain alone—our support is here to guide you through your journey of grief and recovery.

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Have you been grappling with a significant change in your life, leading to feelings of being overwhelmed, stressed, or uncertainty?


Life transitions, whether it's coping with the aftermath of a divorce, adjusting to a relocation, navigating career shifts, celebrating a marriage or the arrival of a new family member, or coping with loss, can evoke a whirlwind of emotions. The emotional upheaval accompanying these changes can be intense and bewildering. Fortunately, with support, these transitions can be approached with more clarity and resilience.


Therapy offers a safe space to unpack and process the myriad emotions you're experiencing, providing tools to manage stress levels and navigate the challenges that accompany shifting roles. Through therapy, you can gain a deeper understanding of the emotions accompanying life transitions, build confidence in your ability to adapt, and cultivate a greater sense of clarity about the journey

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Are you finding it challenging to move forward due to a past event in your life?


Trauma can manifest in various ways, including intrusive memories, avoidance behaviours, hyper-vigilance, and feelings of anxiety, guilt, or shame. These emotional and physical responses to trauma can significantly impact daily life and relationships.


Therapy offers a supportive space for individuals who have experienced trauma to process their experiences and develop healthy coping mechanisms. Through therapy, you may find relief from symptoms, gain a greater sense of control, improve your relationships, enhance your self-worth, and foster a renewed sense of hope for the future.

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Do you struggle with low self-esteem?


Low self-esteem can affect various aspects of life, leading to feelings of inadequacy, self-doubt, and worthlessness. It can impact relationships, work performance, and overall well-being, making it challenging to pursue goals and enjoy life to the fullest.


Therapy offers a supportive environment to explore the root causes of low self-esteem and develop strategies to improve self-worth. Through therapy, individuals can challenge negative beliefs about themselves, cultivate self-compassion, and learn to appreciate their strengths and accomplishments. With therapy, you may experience a positive shift in your self-perception, increased confidence, and a greater sense of fulfillment in various areas of life. You deserve to feel worthy and valued, and therapy can help you achieve that.

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Are social situations a source of fear or self-consciousness for you?


Social anxiety can trigger excessive worry about being judged or scrutinized by others, often leading to avoidance of social interactions. It can leave you feeling nervous, self-conscious, and embarrassed, even in seemingly harmless situations.


Therapy offers a supportive environment to identify and challenge negative thought patterns and beliefs associated with social anxiety. Through therapy, you can develop coping strategies to manage social fears, improve self-confidence, and cultivate a more positive self-image.

With therapy, you can learn to navigate social situations with greater ease and confidence, ultimately leading to a more fulfilling and enjoyable social life. You don't have to let social anxiety hold you back—we're here to support you on your journey towards greater self-assurance.

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Have you found yourself overwhelmed by the never-ending list of tasks to manage both at home and work?


Persistent stress can trigger a variety of emotions, from anxiety and frustration to exhaustion. It's natural to feel overwhelmed and to withdraw from others as a result. 


Therapy offers a safe space to delve into the reasons behind these feelings, develop healthier coping strategies, and equip you with the tools needed to navigate your current challenges and lead a more balanced life. Through therapy, you can take steps towards making meaningful changes, one at a time, and regain a sense of control and ease in your daily life. You don't have to face these challenges alone—we're here to support you every step of the way.

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Are you grappling with the aftermath of trauma? Trauma can have profound and lasting effects on individuals, impacting their mental, emotional, and physical well-being. It can manifest in various ways, including intrusive memories, flashbacks, avoidance behaviours, hyper-vigilance, and emotional numbness. Therapy provides a safe and supportive space to process the effects of trauma and work towards healing. Through therapy, individuals can explore the root causes of their trauma, learn coping mechanisms to manage symptoms, and develop strategies for rebuilding their lives. With therapy, individuals can find relief from the emotional pain of trauma, regain a sense of control, and cultivate resilience in the face of adversity. You don't have to carry the burden of trauma alone—we're here to offer compassion, understanding, and support as you navigate your journey towards healing.

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