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Mental Health Therapy

Types of Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
  • Compassion Focused
  • Culturally Sensitive
  • Person-Centered
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)

Top Specialties

  • Depression
  • Mood Disorders
  • Anxiety and PTSD
  • Weight Management


  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Use
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral Issues
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Elderly Persons Disorders
  • Emotional Disturbance
  • Gambling
  • Grief
  • Weigh Management
  • Medication Management
  • Personality Disorders
  • Relationship Issues
  • Self Esteem


Feeling down or depressed now and then is a normal response to having a bad day, but your feelings should soon pass. When you have depression, the sadness and misery go deeper, persisting for weeks and months. Nothing you do changes your mood, and everything seems increasingly bleak and hopeless. There’s no single cause for depression, but you’re more likely to suffer if other family members have mental health problems.


Anxiety is a combination of worry, fear, and stress that most people experience at times. Feeling anxious is a normal response to an important event like an exam or first date, but if you’re in good mental health, the feelings go away as soon as the stressful event passes. If you develop generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), anxiety is ever-present, so you’re always tense and on edge. You worry about everything from having an accident on the way to work to what to make for dinner.


PTSD is a psychiatric disorder resulting from trauma — an experience that’s often potentially life-threatening and causes fear, horror, and extreme distress. Living through trauma doesn’t necessarily lead to PTSD; some people develop depression or anxiety, while others recover without experiencing mental health problems. But for those who do have PTSD symptoms, the effects can be devastating.

Borderline Personality Disorder

A borderline personality disorder is a condition where people have difficulties with emotional regulation. They feel emotions intensely, often for long periods, and find it difficult to stabilize their feelings after a triggering event.

Borderline personality disorder can cause impulsive behaviors, poor self-image, relationship difficulties, and extreme emotional stress responses. The inability to self-regulate emotions can also lead to self-harm and other dangerous behaviors, including:

  • Excessive spending
  • Unsafe sex
  • Reckless driving
  • Substance misuse

The condition adversely affects your values, goals, opinions, and relationships, significantly disrupting your home and work life.


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