Compassion is our stance. It is by honouring all the parts of ourselves including the parts that hold the most pain and shame, that we begin to heal.
One who looks outside, dreams; one who looks inside, awakes- Carl Jung
Meet our Team
Root Cause Therapy
We care to help you manage symptoms and also to help you resolve root causes that are contributing to maintaining these! Your therapist will work with you on present issues while helping you see the bigger picture of how certain patterns developed and work with you on developing the tools and skills to write new ending.
We are not only thoughts, feelings or bodies- we are an interrelated constellation of all three. Our clinicians do their best to involve and draw on all aspects to create lasting change.
It takes strength to reach out. We do not conflate you with your challenges. We want to know how you have survived all that you have and not just about your pain points!
Cultural meanings pervade our perceptions, thoughts, feelings and narratives. Therapy that does not take these into account can feel less relevant. Your therapist wants to understand these more nuanced aspects of you.
Relevant & Personalized
Your therapist will get to know you and your situation to find the approach that fits best and resonates most.
Are you ready to take the first step?
“You can run from that which runs after you, but you cannot run from that which runs inside you”
“If we try to ignore the inner world, as most of us do, the unconscious will find its way into our lives through pathology: our psychosomatic symptoms, compulsions, depressions, and neuroses”
“The more awareness we have about what our ancestors and families went through in the past, and the patterns that grew out of what they endured, the more compassion we naturally have for those that came before us and for ourselves. The more compassion we have for our people and for ourselves, the less reactive and fearful we become and the more freedom we have to choose how we want to live our lives and what we want to pass down to our children”
“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination”