Psychologists are doctors that have trained for 10+ years to assess, diagnose, and treat a wide range of mental health concerns.
Psychologists are at the core of our practice because they are experts in understanding both human behaviour and people’s internal worlds.
Child Psychologists treat mental health issues in children and teens. They take a holistic view of a child’s life, tailoring therapies to accommodate family, school, and social factors, so that each child feels understood and validated.
Psychotherapists are licensed professionals who specialize in the practice of psychotherapy (‘talk-therapy’) to promote well-being and address a wide range of concerns such as specific mental health challenges, relationship strain, or life stress. Psychotherapists come from diverse training programs, typically with a minimum of four years of specialized training.
Child Psychiatrists are medical doctors with five additional years of training in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents using both medication and therapy.
Social Workers help individuals, couples, families, and groups to develop their own skills and abilities to resolve problems. What this looks like in practice is developing inner resources such as tools to manage emotions or relationship patterns.