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Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP) is a mind-body approach that helps patients—and ourselves—become stronger at the broken places.
If you’re experiencing symptoms of trauma or anxiety, body-centered therapy can help ease your pain. Body-centered psychotherapy pays attention to the whole body’s story to create a pathway to your own internal wisdom.
Child therapists specialize in working with children and young teens who face emotional problems that are specific to their age group. Child therapy strives to help kids with anxiety, depression, addiction, abuse, trauma, difficult life events, and many other issues.
The way we think about things affects how we feel emotionally. Psychotherapists who specialize in cognitive behavioural therapy, also known as CBT, help you to take charge of your feelings so you can dispute negative self-talk and replace it with helpful, useful thoughts.
Therapy for couples can involve any two people in a committed relationship. Couples therapy can help you work through your differences, communicate better and address challenges in your relationship.
Drama therapy uses drama and theater processes to achieve therapeutic goals. It encourages participants to tell their stories, set goals and solve problems, express feelings, or achieve catharsis.
Family therapy is psychotherapy for a group of individuates who care about each other and have a bond. The people don’t need to be immediate family, or even related. The group may even include caregivers and friends.
Gestalt Therapy incorporates relational and experiential methods to foster new awareness and provide support for personal growth and healing. It can improve personal and family relationships, and help in processing transformational events such as deep grief, connecting with personal power, self love and self esteem. It can help you to navigate life changes such as career, relationships or immigration.
Hypnotherapy, sometimes called therapeutic trance, draws from hypnosis and mesmerism to help you connect with your inner wisdom. With the help of a guided meditation hypnotherapist, this method of therapy can give you a deeper connection to yourself and your life.
Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music that includes creating, singing, moving to, and/or listening to music to address the physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals.
Work one-to-one with your psychotherapist in a private setting, either on location at their office, or via video conference therapy where available.
Play therapy is a form of psychotherapy in which play is used as a means of helping children and teens express and communicate their feelings.
Psychodynamic therapy focuses on unconscious processes as they are manifested in a person’s present behavior. The goals of psychodynamic therapy are a client’s self-awareness and understanding of the influence of the past on present behavior.
A registered psychotherapist is a regulated practitioner in psychotherapy in good standing with the College of Psychotherapists of Ontario.
A form of trauma therapy, sensorimotor psychotherapy looks at how your body processes experiences with your emotions and thoughts to help you deal with traumatic memories and find happiness.
If you’re outside Toronto or the surrounding GTA, or are limited in your ability to travel, you may consider working with one of our psychotherapists via video conferencing therapy.