Registered Psychotherapy (RP)

Psychotherapy is a transformative journey towards self-awareness and emotional healing, where individuals explore their inner world, gain insights into their thoughts and behaviours, and work collaboratively with a trained therapist to overcome challenges and achieve personal growth.

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What is Registered Psychotherapy?

Registered Psychotherapy, also called talk therapy, is a treatment designed to help patients with various mental health issues and emotional difficulties. It involves a collaborative process where patients explore their thoughts, feelings, behaviours, and relationships in a safe environment.

Registered Psychotherapists use many therapeutic approaches, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, interpersonal therapy, and mindfulness-based therapy.

How Registered Psychotherapy Can Help

Psychotherapy aims to increase self-awareness, uncover and understand the root causes of problems, develop coping skills, improve communication, and promote personal health. By offering empathy, validation, and practical tools to navigate challenges, manage stress, and improve relationships, psychotherapy can help individuals foster personal growth. Psychotherapy can also play a crucial role in healing from trauma, addressing mental health conditions, and enhancing self-esteem. Psychotherapy aims to help individuals build resilience and improve emotional well-being.

Meet Our Registered Psychotherapists

Meet our dedicated and professional Registered Psychotherapists, committed to empowering patients to navigate life’s challenges with resilience.

Nancy Wahl

RP, RMFT

Therapeutic Counselling

Frequently Asked Questions

Registered Psychotherapists can treat a wide range of mental health issues and concerns, including but not limited to anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), Phobias, OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), personality disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse and addiction, relationship issues, grief and loss, stress management, anger management, self-esteem issues, sleep disorders, adjustment difficulties, and chronic pain management.

Your first appointment will begin with an initial assessment, where you’ll discuss your background, current concerns, and goals for therapy. Your Psychotherapist will work with you to create a treatment plan that is unique to you, explain the process, and address any questions or concerns.

Typically, Psychotherapy appointments are 60 minutes. However, session lengths can vary depending on the patient's needs.

The number of sessions required varies depending on the patient's needs and the issues being addressed. It’s common for treatment plans to include one weekly session to begin. However, the regularity of sessions changes throughout the course of treatment.

Most major extended health insurance providers cover registered psychotherapy as part of mental health or counselling benefits. Check with your health plan provider to see if you’re eligible.

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