Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is a collaborative, practical, and structured form of psychotherapy. Our psychotherapists help people develop skills and strategies for becoming and staying healthy. CBT focuses on the problems that come up in day-to-day life. CBT helps people examine how they make sense of what is happening around them and how these perceptions affect the way they feel.
All clients are provided up to 15 sessions per course of treatment. These sessions usually occur weekly and are 50 minutes in length.
You may make a self-referral for CBT by visiting reception or booking an appointment with your primary care provider. All services are free and available to everyone in the community. *Eligibility requirements apply.