You’ve got ADHD.  Do you need therapy or coaching?

Have a new ADHD diagnosis? The road that leads to an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) diagnosis can be a real journey – a long and sometimes confusing process. Now that you are here, you might be asking yourself: ​ Maybe you were recently diagnosed with ADHD, or maybe you’ve decided you need some extra support … Read more

Building the Village: Protecting Maternal Mental Health During the Perinatal Period

By: Julia D’Addurno, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) There is great emphasis put on physical healthcare for expectant mothers during the perinatal period, focused on achieving optimal health, assessing risks for the mother and the fetus, and treatment of health concerns as they emerge. Mental and emotional wellbeing during this period of time is also essential for … Read more

As the warm weather arrives, suicide risk increases: here’s what you should know

By Julia D’Addurno, Registered Psychotherapist (qualifying) The transition from winter to spring means longer days and warmer weather. The rise in temperature and the blooming flowers can signify rebirth and new beginnings, rejuvenation, and the increase in sunshine and vitamin D can make everything seem a lot better and brighter. As the weather begins to … Read more

Grief does not happen in 5 stages

By: Julia D’Addurno, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) Grief is a multifaceted response to theloss of something significant, and is a universal experience that everyone, at some point in their life, will encounter. Grief and the emotions associated with it, are normal and appropriate reactions to losing a significant part of our lives, whether this is the death of … Read more