Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a traditional type of talk therapy built on the foundation that thoughts and behaviours inform our feelings. CBT is goal oriented and focuses on the here and now, allowing clients to make changes to their lives in a practical way by inviting different feelings to emerge through awareness and action.
Working as part of an integrative team allows clients to improve the mind as well as the body. Often psychological concerns show up as pain in the body and, using an integrative approach, clients can benefit mentally and physically through a variety of methods such as massage, acupuncture, naturopathic medicine, and holistic nutrition. I can help you build your team of support by making referrals to my professional network.
Has drinking or drug use become problematic for you or someone you love? Using industry standard assessment tools based on the criteria of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) I can help you better understand what you're struggling with and what level of intervention is necessary to return to a healthy, balanced lifestyle. You will gain compassionate support, self awareness and guidance toward achieving your personal goals.