Discover the Pathways to Healing and Personal Growth

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) stands as the most extensively researched evidence-based therapeutic approach. This goal-oriented therapy empowers clients to challenge their thoughts and core beliefs, which may be contributing to emotional and personal challenges. As clients’ thinking patterns evolve, so do their emotions and behaviors, fostering improved emotion regulation. CBT is a problem-focused and action-oriented form of therapy, tailored to address specific issues associated with diagnosed mental disorders.
CBT finds application in treating a wide range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, PTSD, alcohol and drug use problems, phobias, panic disorder, and eating disorders. By providing practical tools and strategies, CBT equips individuals with the skills needed to confront and overcome the challenges they face, facilitating lasting positive change.

Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)

Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) is a powerful psychotherapy aimed at helping individuals cope with the aftermath of trauma. Following a traumatic event, people often experience a wide range of emotional responses triggered by reminders of the trauma. EMDR effectively addresses symptoms like anxiety, depression, guilt, anger, panic, chronic pain, sleep disturbances, and flashbacks, among others.
During EMDR sessions, the therapist facilitates bilateral stimulation of the brain’s left and right hemispheres. This process aids in desensitizing and alleviating the emotional distress linked to traumatic memories. As you engage in reprocessing, unhealthy and negative beliefs associated with the trauma are gradually replaced with more positive and adaptive beliefs, fostering healing and resilience.
With an extensive body of research backing its efficacy, EMDR has become the leading treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Through this therapeutic approach, you can find support in navigating the effects of trauma and moving towards a healthier and more balanced life.

The Grief Recovery Method

The emotions that accompany every loss in life are entirely natural and part of the human experience. However, not everyone has been equipped with the necessary tools and resources to navigate the healing process effectively. Through this action-based approach, you will find a safe and supportive environment to work through your loss without fear of judgment or criticism. Guided by the Grief Recovery Handbook (GRH), you will learn new skills and tools to effectively process and “complete” the pain associated with your feelings.
As a Grief Recovery Method Specialist, I am dedicated to guiding you on your journey to recovery and healing from loss. Your active participation is vital to the healing and recovery process, and I will provide you with the necessary emotional support throughout. Together, we will work towards healing and transforming grief into positive growth.

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)

In experiencing ART, you may find that you connect pieces of information that are already stored in your memory to help you resolve your issues. The brain, while focused on a problem and concurrently using eye movements, makes new connections with a person’s strengths and problem solving abilities. At the completion of ART treatment, the evidence to date shows that the changes you make will be long-lasting. 

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Trauma is often resolved in one session so that the triggers for your issue are gone. On-going problems, such as substance abuse, OCD, or anxiety disorders have cravings and urges and make take more sessions, but can resolve more quickly than other treatment modalities. 

Click here to learn more about ART via a TED Talk by ART founder, Laney Rosenzweig

Click here to watch a client talk about their experience with ART with their therapist

Gottman Method Couples Therapy

Gottman Method Couples Therapy is a well-established and empirically based counseling approach designed to address gridlocked issues in relationships. The therapy begins with comprehensive assessments, informed by research-based interventions, to shape the treatment process effectively. The core objectives of this therapy are to cultivate softened start-up communication skills, foster fondness and admiration, manage conflicts constructively, create shared meaning, and strengthen trust and commitment in the relationship.
Having completed Level 1 and 2 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, I integrate this evidence-based approach into my practice. It provides a solid framework for guiding couples on their journey towards healthier and more fulfilling relationships. However, it is essential to note that this method is not suitable for couples experiencing violence, as safety remains a top priority in counseling.

Other Modalities

In addition to the core therapeutic approaches, we offer a diverse range of modalities designed to address specific challenges and promote positive transformation.
Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT): SFT is a goal-directed and collaborative psychotherapeutic approach, empowering individuals to create and realize their unique solutions. By challenging assumptions and utilizing techniques to explore present and future issues, clients discover effective pathways towards their desired outcomes.
Craving Change Program (CBT-based): The Craving Change Program adopts a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach to manage problematic eating habits. By delving into the reasons behind eating behaviors and recognizing personal triggers, individuals gain greater control over their cravings and successfully modify eating patterns.
SMART Recovery: The Self Management And Recovery Training (SMART) is a science-based program tailored to support individuals dealing with drinking and substance abuse behaviors. SMART Recovery equips participants with essential tools to manage behavioral challenges and achieve successful and sustainable change.

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) serves as an empowering approach specially tailored to combat depression by combining mindfulness practices with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Embracing mindfulness means purposefully and nonjudgmentally being present in the moment, acknowledging things as they are (Williams, Teasdale, Segal, and Kabat-Zinn, 2007). Throughout this transformative therapy, you will learn how to reshape your thoughts, feelings, and connection with bodily sensations, equipping you to proactively prevent future depressive relapses. MBCT opens the door to emotional resilience and a renewed sense of well-being on your journey to healing.

Your Road to Healing Starts Now

Ready to create positive change in your life? Don’t hesitate to book your therapy session, where we’ll collaborate on fostering self-awareness, healing past wounds, and nurturing personal growth to achieve a life of fulfillment.