An interprofessional team provides flexible service tailored to the individual needs of a person. Individuals are offered a period of assessment followed by ongoing support for the individuals’ recovery process and goal attainment by providing individual or group sessions using evidence based treatments, providing medication support (if necessary), symptom management and support.
- Electronic Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (eCBT) - coaching
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Unified Protocol (CBT-UP) - individual or group
- Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) - individual or group
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Exposure and Response Prevention (CBT with ERP) - individual
- Behavioural support
- Shared care
For ages 25 to 65
- 25 to 65 years of age
- Prominent symptoms of a mood or anxiety disorder
- Has previously been assessed and treated for mental illness, which may include previous psychiatric hospitalizations
- Has previously tried psychotropic medication
- Shows signs of a persistent illness (present longer than 6 months) with impaired functional ability
- Agreeable to attending coaching, individual or group therapy sessions weekly.
- Has goals relating to psychoeducation, treatment, and recovery
- If actively pursuing individual therapy in the community, may be referred for one-time consultation only or shared care
- Patient's primary diagnosis and symptomatology relates to personality disorder, addiction, or trauma
- Patient is unable to meaningfully participate in the nature of the program's clinical services (eg. due to developmental delay or severe cognitive impairment)
- Patient is primarily concerned with applications for ODSP/insurance/legal proceedings/CAS assessment
Referrals are accepted from healthcare professionals, family physicians or nurse practitioners using our referral form. All referrals are welcome.