Professional Services

Psychotherapy

People often come to therapy with concerns about one or more aspects of their lives, or with feelings of unhappiness or dissatisfaction. Psychodynamic therapy is a way to explore thoughts, sensations, feelings and ways of relating that might currently be outside of your awareness, and that contribute to the difficulties you currently face.
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CAPT (Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Therapy) psychotherapists are trained to work with you on a variety of difficulties, including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, substance abuse, stress, problems in your relationships, family troubles and phobias.

The relationship you and your therapist build is very important. Through a client-centred approach where you and the therapist work together, you may find that the ways you feel and think about yourself and react to others can shift and that new responses are possible. New perspectives can emerge, leading to the opportunity for long-term change.
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Facilitation

"Facile" is a French word which means easy or simple.

As such, facilitation is meant to make something easier or simpler.

Facilitation provides a framework for groups around having conversations about sensitive or emotionally charged topics. It is meant to make these conversations easier and to simplify the process. Facilitation help groups of people reach their common objective while resolving any conflict that may arise in the process.

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The goal is to conduct the best and most effective (simple and easy) discussion possible around any given subject matter. Through a commitment to collaboration from all parties, facilitation can result in reaching the personal or business outcome that is required.

Examples of such an outcome includes things like an effective and efficient shareholders' agreement, an effective business transition or succession plan, a distribution of wealth, preparing an estate plan, and managing relationships in the workplace.

Facilitation helps keep groups focused on the given challenge at hand. Members of the group agree to parameters set out at the first meeting around conduct within the group, honouring time lines and listening to others. It includes a series of meetings where an unbiased third party seeks to promote the resolution of conflict and makes things "très facile".
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Facilitation

"Facile" is a French word which means easy or simple.

As such, facilitation is meant to make something easier or simpler.

Facilitation provides a framework for groups around having conversations about sensitive or emotionally charged topics. It is meant to make these conversations easier and to simplify the process. Facilitation help groups of people reach their common objective while resolving any conflict that may arise in the process.
The goal is to conduct the best and most effective (simple and easy) discussion possible around any given subject matter. Through a commitment to collaboration from all parties, facilitation can result in reaching the personal or business outcome that is required.

Examples of such an outcome includes things like an effective and efficient shareholders' agreement, an effective business transition or succession plan, a distribution of wealth, preparing an estate plan, and managing relationships in the workplace.

Facilitation helps keep groups focused on the given challenge at hand. Members of the group agree to parameters set out at the first meeting around conduct within the group, honouring time lines and listening to others. It includes a series of meetings where an unbiased third party seeks to promote the resolution of conflict and makes things "très facile".
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Executive Coaching

Everyone has goals they want to achieve, challenges they want to face, and aspects of their lives they would like to change. This may involve organizing lifestyle changes, preparing for difficult transitions in life, or even getting ready to have difficult conversations. Hiring a coach provides a safe and structured framework to move forward with action and purpose.
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Coaches are typically hired to support the client as he or she works to achieve a certain outcome. They collaborate with clients who want a partner, who is detached from the situation and can act as a sounding board. Coaches see their clients' strengths and areas that require further development and use their training to lead and guide their clients towards their own solutions and to achieve their goals.

Coaches use SMART goals:

Specific
Measurable
Action-Oriented
Realistic
Time-Oriented
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