Imagine you could feel more present in your life. More confident and connected to others. Perhaps therapy is right for you.
Struggling to get out of bed and find joy in the things you used to?
Overthinking and worrying about what other people think?
Listening to your strong inner critic?
Having difficulty connecting with others and maintaining relationships, be it with family, partners, or friends?
Consistently stressed about the past or the future?
Feeling insecure and hiding your pain?
Feeling overwhelmed by the volume of daily tasks and responsibilities?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then therapy could be just what you need.
Do You Find Yourself...
Therapists can help support you in:
Dealing with the past
Acquiring techniques for problem solving, anger management, or stress
Challenging irrational thoughts and incorrect assumptions
Re-framing long-held views about yourself and others
Managing important relationships
Prioritizing your own self care
Establishing boundaries in relationships
Building healthy coping strategies
One of the most valuable things about seeing a therapist is that they can be objective and are non-judgmental. Therapists help you navigate life's challenges in a way that friends and family simply can't.
Types of Therapy
Sometimes we need more than the support of friends and family. Talking to a licensed therapist can help you work though life’s challenges in an unbiased and nonjudgmental way. Individual therapy is tailored to your specific needs. A therapist can help you identify problematic thinking patterns, develop healthy coping strategies, and help you work towards personal growth and healing.
Relationships aren’t always easy. You and your partner might be feeling "stuck" for a variety of reasons. Maybe you want to improve your communication skills or unpack issues from the past. Maybe you are facing a recent crisis and need help working through heavy emotions. Or maybe you want to break out of complacency and feel more connected and in tune with each other. Maybe you aren't even sure if your relationship will last or if therapy will even help. We understand. We are here to help you navigate this so that each of you can move towards a healthier and happier place.
Family relationships are complex and issues might be new or longstanding. We work with family members to explore family dynamics, improve communication skills, and strive for more unity and cohesion. A family therapist can help facilitate conversations that simply can’t happen at home because tensions get too high, conversation go in circles, or you find yourselves yelling over each other. Let us help you have the tough conversations that are needed to find a way forward.
Therapy is a personal experience. At CORE, we recognize that each person's journey will be unique.
Our team is skilled in several evidence-based treatments, including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for trauma, Mindfulness-Based Therapies, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), among others. We also offer Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) skills training for individuals who require such skills to help manage emotions and improve the quality of relationships.
We provide treatment for a number of mental health challenges for adults and adolescents including, but not limited to:
• Depression and Anxiety Disorders
• Couples and Family challenges
• Eating Disorders and Body Image Concerns
• Grief and Loss (including infertility)
• Life Transitions
• Trauma and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
• Work/Life Stress
This list is not exhaustive and we are happy to discuss what struggles or challenges you may be facing. CORE therapists have a minimum of a Master's level education in the fields of clinical psychology, social work, or psychotherapy. We go above and beyond to ensure a confidential and safe environment for everyone.
Our Team of Licensed Therapists
With today's hectic schedules and COVID restrictions, we offer safe, confidential, and private virtual therapy right from the comfort of your home and laptop, tablet, or mobile device. The audio-video allows you to connect with your therapist as if you were in the office.
If you’re feeling hesitant about trying virtual therapy, we have provided information within our FAQ section to ease your mind.