Life is filled with ups and downs that can impact our ability to navigate it. At times, life can be so overwhelming that we experience some mental health concerns. That experience is different for everybody and at In Wholeness, we believe that care must be personalized with considerations of the wholeness of the person and their circumstances.
As such, we collaborate with you to better understand and gain awareness of the root cause of your concern. This helps us to find an appropriate and sustainable solution using different modalities of treatment. We follow an integrative, personalized, trauma-informed and strengths-based approach to reach your goals.
Some of our focus: Anxiety, Depression, Trauma & PTSD, Body Image, Eating Disorder and Disordered Eating, Burnout and Stress, Relationship Issues, ADD/ADHD, Anger, Grief/Loss, Self-Esteem and Self-Worth, Couples issues, Addiction, Family conflict, Childhood Abuse, Self-Harm, Domestic Violence, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault, Suicidality.
Some modalities we use: Traditional Talk Therapy, Attachment Theory, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Transactional Analysis, Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy and Inter-Family Systems Therapy
How It Works?
Your therapy journey is as unique as you. We create a safe and non-judgemental space, through compassion, empathy and active listening, to support you to feel more empowered and to reach your goals.
Book a free consultation
The most important part of therapy is to find a therapist with whom you are comfortable and can build a strong therapeutic relationship. So, we offer free consultations to help you find the right fit before you commit.
Intake & first session
Once you have done a few free consultation, it's time to decide on the therapist with whom you felt connected to or aligned with. From there, you book your first session and go through the intake process.
You can schedule a cluster of sessions at a time or your next session at the end of each session. You then show up to your sessions and commit to your goal. Consistency is key to progress towards your goal.
What is a "healthy diet"?A healthy diet is one that is sustainable, balanced, enjoyable, nutritive and makes you feel good emotionally, mentally and physically. A healthy eating pattern provides enough of each essential nutrient from nutrient-dense foods, includes a variety of foods from all the food groups, and provides the energy we need to thrive without excess. A healthy eating pattern does not consume our mental space but instead feels freeing. A healthy diet is unique to the individual as it considers the health status, the psychosocial and cultural factors and accessibility of the individual.
Can food really help my chronic metabolic condition (i.e., diabetes, hypertension)?Nutrition can help to manage and sometimes improve chronic health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, hormonal concerns and many more. Focusing on one's nutrition is an accessible and empowering way to improve one's health.