All treatment begins with an initial assessment to identify problem areas and realistic treatment goals.   Together we develop your treatment plan based on your unique needs.  Most of the time, we meet with clients on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.  Therapy works best when clients take an active role in the treatment, working with the psychologist to identify areas of challenge, understand the roots of the problem, and develop strategies that promote positive coping.  Feedback is provided to family physician or other health care professionals as requested.

Problem Areas:

panic disorder
post-traumatic stress disorder
generalized anxiety
obsessive compulsive disorder

mood disorders
adjustment problems
self-esteem difficulties

relationship problems
marital dissatisfaction
communication difficulties
family problems
intimacy difficulties
sexual dysfunction

health concerns
recovery from motor vehicle accidents
coping with illness or disability
chronic pain
smoking or obesity

rehabilitation services
independent psychological examinations
treatment plans
return to work

school psychology services
psychoeducational assessment
consultation with schools