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At Integration Psychotherapy Services, our primary focus is to promote holistic healing through the treatment of each individual’s spirit, soul and body. Whether you visit us alone, with your partner or as a family, the process remains the same. With an emphasis on compassionate listening, active participation and relationship building, we work with our clients to tackle the obstacles that impede their happiness, success and fulfillment.

Individual Therapy

Also known as psychotherapy, Individual Therapy is a collaborative process between therapist and client that aims to facilitate change and improve quality of life. Therapy can help people confront barriers that interfere with emotional and mental well-being, and it can also increase positive feelings such as self-esteem, courage, and peace. Many people find they enjoy the therapeutic journey of becoming more self-aware, and they may pursue ongoing psychotherapy as a means of self-growth and self-actualization.

Psychotherapy can treat specific, diagnosable mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression, in addition to everyday concerns, such as relationship problems, stress management, career ambitions, or other issues that may affect a person's mental well-being.

When specific issues or mental health conditions begin to cause distress and interfere with a person's normal activities, it may be time to seek therapy. Distress can manifest in the form of problematic beliefs, feelings, behaviours, and sensations in the body. A therapist can facilitate lifestyle changes, serve as a listening ear, help identify underlying causes of symptoms, and provide specific strategies or techniques for changing unwanted thoughts, behaviours, or emotions. Through therapy, people gather tools to manage symptoms, alleviate stress, and face challenges.

Couple Therapy

Couple Therapy, or Marriage Counselling, is a type of psychotherapy and it is a means of resolving problems and conflicts that couples have not been able to handle effectively on their own. It involves both partners sitting down with a trained professional to discuss their thoughts and feelings. The aim is to help them gain a better understanding of themselves and their partner, to decide if they need and want to make changes, and if so, to help them to do so. Through Couple Therapy, you can also make thoughtful decisions about going your separate ways.

Are Children Involved in Couple Therapy?

No. Couple Therapy involves only the couple. Children may be affected either directly or indirectly by problems in their parents' relationship, and to varying degrees, depending on factors such as their ages and the nature and severity of their parents' problems. They may, as a result, become anxious and begin to exhibit their own problems, although not all of their difficulties necessarily stem from those of their parents. The children's difficulties may improve as the couple's relationship improves or the couple may become more confident in their own ability to help the children.

Therapy that involves both the couple and their children is a different process called Family Therapy, which usually focuses on the relationships among family members rather than solely on the couple's relationship. During the course of this therapy, however, the focus may shift to the parental couple for a period of time. If this occurs, children would no longer be involved in treatment. If parents are wondering whether their children should be involved in the sessions, they should discuss this with the therapist. able to handle effectively on their own. It involves both partners sitting down with a trained professional to discuss their thoughts and feelings. The aim is to help them gain a better understanding of themselves and their partner, to decide if they need and want to make changes, and if so, to help them to do so. Through Couple Therapy, you can also make thoughtful decisions about going your separate ways.

Family Therapy

Families can benefit from therapy when they experience any stressful event that may strain family relationships, such as financial hardship, divorce, or the death of a loved one. In addition, it can be effective in treating mental health concerns that impact the family as a whole, such as depression, substance abuse, chronic illness, and food issues, or everyday concerns, like communication, interpersonal conflict, or behavioural problems in children and adolescents.

Family counselling aims to promote understanding and collaboration among family members in order to solve the problems of one or more individuals. For example, if a child is having social and academic problems, therapy will focus on the family patterns that may contribute to the child's acting out, rather than evaluating their behaviour alone. As the family uncovers the source of the problem, they can learn to support the child and other family members and work proactively on minimizing or altering the conditions that contribute to the child's unwanted behaviour.

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Are you ready to regain control of your mental well-being and confront your obstacles to happiness? Fill out the form below to request an appointment for your Individual, Couple or Family therapy session.