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"Psychotherapy is a general term for treating mental health problems by talking with a psychiatrist, psychologist or other mental health provider. During psychotherapy, you learn about your condition and your moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy helps you learn how to take control of your life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. "


- Mayo Clinic


Children, youth and adults

Non-Insured Health Benefits

Free IFHP services to Refugees

Feeling disconnected from yourself,  your loved ones, or society? Questioning whether you are a good parent, child, colleague or partner? Dealing with feelings of anger, overwhelm, powerlessness, guilt, or being stuck? You may need a safe space to put down your load, re-center yourself with the hope of reaching your full potential and a sense of personal growth. Using a Trauma-Informed, anti-oppressive psychodynamic approach, we hope to help you reach your goals! 

Childhood Trauma, Intergenerational Trauma, Systemic/Cultural Trauma including impacts of the child welfare system and IRS​, Mood & Anxiety disorders, Domestic violence, sexual violence, life transitions, grief, post-secondary students, PTSD and self-esteem. 


Couples, parents, friends, families

Non-Insured Health Benefits

Feeling disconnected and alone in your marriage or relationship? Noticing negative changes in your dynamic and communication? Constantly arguing with your partner or feeling unheard? Struggling to co-parent, get along with peers? Using a trauma-informed approach and Emotion-Focused Therapy, the aim is to accompany you with empathy so you reach your relationship goals. 

Infidelity, betrayal, financial problems, parenting, negative relationship patterns, relationship trauma healing, immigration/refugees, parent-child disputes and more. 


Therapy groups, support groups, restorative circles and more!

Free for Registered Indigenous People

Sometimes being able to create a sense of community within a group setting might be what one needs to heal. As a group facilitator, I put emphasis on psycho-education, emotional validation and safety as well as skill building among the group so you can continue to grow beyond the sessions. We can consult with agencies to craft programs that are culturally responsive and address various issues.

Multilingual Services

Military, Veterans & First Responders Services

Non-Insured Health Benefits for Indigenous People

Victim Services Quick Response Program+

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