Psychotherapy is a general term used to describe a form of treatment that is based on “talking work” done with a therapist. Empowering, supporting, and educating clients to manage and overcome relationship and mental health issues, including stress, anxiety, and depression. We’re committed to making a difference in the lives of everyone we work with. We’re a Toronto-based mental health therapy clinic accepting new clients for online appointments. A trusting relationship between you and the therapist is key to successful therapy, We offer a complimentary 15 minute consultation to ensure that our therapist is the right fit for you. You can view our therapists and book directly at www.canadiantherapy.com

 

Types of Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy can be short-term dealing with immediate issues or long-term dealing with more longstanding complex issues.

We offer Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy

Whether you choose to see a therapist alone, with a partner or family member, will depend on the kind of problem you want help with. Individual sessions generally last 50 minutes. Group sessions or family appointments can last longer.

Family therapy is focused on changing the way families interact. It aims to increase understanding and improve communication among family members. It does so without placing blame on any one person. Family therapy is generally used when the family system is seen as contributing to one family member’s difficulties (such as a child or adolescent’s).

It can be used when one family member’s difficulties are influencing other family members, and help them cope and adjust to the situation. Both the “identified client” (the person identified as having the problem) and the other family member(s) can benefit from this kind of therapy.

 

Couple therapy helps couples to resolve problems and conflicts that they’re unable to find solutions to on their own. Both partners sit down with the therapist and discuss their thoughts and feelings. This kind of therapy aims to help couples get to know themselves and each other better. If the couple wants to make changes, the therapist can help them do so.

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