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Psychotherapy is a collaborative journey towards mental and emotional well-being, tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual. As a first responder and/or military personnel, you face extraordinary challenges and pressures in the line of duty, often carrying the weight of intense experiences and emotions. Psychotherapy provides a confidential and supportive space where you can openly explore feelings, develop coping strategies, and cultivate resilience. Through evidence-based approaches, we work together to address issues such as trauma, stress, and relationship difficulties, helping you navigate the complexities of the profession while nurturing your mental health. Therapy is aimed to empower you to thrive personally and professionally by equipping you with the tools and insights needed to lead a fulfilling life on and off duty.

Provided Therapies

Posttruamatic Stress Disorder

Confidential conversations aimed to process and better understand the impact of traumatic experiences on our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Scott has extensive trauma training and uses a number of techniques such as CBT, CPT, and mindfulness.

Anxiety Disorder

Scott provides personalized sessions tailored to your needs to break the cycle of anxiety. Using CBT, solution focused, and mindfulness technques to improve cognitive and emotional flexibility in order to better manage your symptoms. 

Substance Use Therapy

Using a combination of motivational techniques, CBT, and harm reduction, Scott looks to assist client's in identifying thoughts and behaviours that contribute to substance use. 

Insomnia Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i) is an evidence based technique Scott uses to identify and challenge negative thought patters and behaviours that contribute to sleep difficulties, while incorporating techniques such as sleep restriction and stimulus control.

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