Therapy as a Vehicle for Change. Therapy can be a very powerful opportunity to make life changes. It involves taking time to pause, take inventory of your life, to reflect on what is and what is not working for you, then creating a plan to make adjustments and changes to enable you to live the life you want.
Therapy as an Active Process. Therapy is viewed as an active process in that the work of therapy occurs not only within the therapy session but also between treatment sessions in the changes that clients make in daily life.
Therapy that is Evidence-Based. The therapy that is offered is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (including mindfulness-based cognitive therapy approaches) which has been shown in numerous scientific studies to be effective for the treatment of depression, anxiety, insomnia, stress, and chronic pain.
Therapy that is Collaborative. Therapy is viewed as a collaborative process where the therapist's role is to work closely with each client to assess their areas of concern, address any roadblocks to making change, and to develop a tailored treatment plan that fits with the client's goals and objectives.