Supports & Services

We offer various integrative supports and services to support your overall wellbeing. These include integrative psychotherapy, yoga, meditation, Safe & Sound Protocol, EFT Tapping, Reiki, Hypnotherapy, clinical supervision & consultation for therapists/clinicians and online courses.

We offer various integrative supports and services that support your overall wellbeing, including: yoga, meditation, mindfulness, Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP), EFT Tapping, NLP, Reiki, and Hypnotherapy. These services may occur in tandem with psychotherapy or on their own, and your therapist may integrate such practices into your therapeutic work together, with your consent.

 

We connect with you to assess your hopes, concerns, intentions, and abilities, so we can tailor a practice, regime, or program that meets your unique needs. These services can be provided for individuals, groups, and in corporate settings, and are appropriate for all ages, stages, and abilities!

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Integrative Psychotherapy

With extensive and diverse experience, and an authentic, integrative and down-to-earth approach, we are a team of skilled and passionate psychotherapists, who work with individuals, couples, children/youth, and families. We use an integrative approach and a wide range of modalities, since we know each individual and situation is unique. We also acknowledge the intricate connection between the mental/emotional and the physical (mind/body) and thus, where appropriate and called for, incorporate mind-body approaches. 

The Safe and Sound Protocol

The Safe & Sound Protocol

The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is an innovative, non-invasive, therapeutic modality that involves listening to 5-hours of specially filtered music (over a designated duration of time), designed to wake up, exercise and open the nervous system, while building capacity and reducing (sensory) sensitivities, resulting in a more resilient physiological state. The SSP was created by Polyvagal Theory founder and researcher, Dr. Stephen Porges. To learn more about Polyvagal Theory (which is what the SSP is grounded in), click here.

To learn more about how the SSP works, click here.

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Who May Benefit?

The SSP has been extensively researched and found to benefit a wide range of individuals, including:

→ Individuals experiencing Anxiety and trauma-related challenges. → Individuals with Auditory sensitivities. → Autistic Individuals.

→ Individuals who have “tried everything” and still find themselves in a state of fight or flight.

→ Individuals experiencing physical conditions that are caused by or worsened by stress.

→ Individuals with social and/or emotional difficulties. → Individuals with ADHD. → Individuals who struggle to engage socially.

→ Individuals experiencing irritability, reactivity, or general inner turmoil.

→ Ultimately, anyone looking to nourish and awaken their nervous system, wanting to feel better, think clearer, and/or connect more meaningfully in their social relationships could potentially benefit from engaging in the SSP.

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Clinical Supervision & Consultation

Janice provides Clinical Supervision and Consultation, both reflective and case consultation to therapists and therapy interns. Janice has a particular interest in working with newer therapists, seeking a safe space to explore and grow their clinical skills. Janice works from a trauma- and attachment-informed framework, incorporating elements of EFT, Narrative, Somatic Embodiment, and Mindfulness-based CBT. To learn more about Janice, click here. To set up an initial consult with Janice to determine whether it feels like a good fit to work together, click here. 

How it works...

1. After completing our contact form, we will do our very best to get back to you within 48 hours. We may ask for a little more information to help guide us in choosing the best practitioner/service for you. 
 

2. The practitioner that you choose will then connect with you for an initial complimentary consultation (about 10-15 minutes), where you and they will determine if you are a good fit to work together.
 

3.  If, after that call, it is decided that it feels like a good fit for all parties, they will schedule your first session.

 

There is never any pressure to continue on or to partake in a certain number of sessions. We are respectful of varying time and financial constraints, as well as the fact that fit is very important, and there is no obligation to continue meeting with someone who does not feel like the best fit for you.

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