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We have a dynamic and dedicated team of regulated mental health professionals practicing psychotherapy and psychology for older adolescents and adults of all ages.
Most members of our team work with adults aged 18 and older providing individual therapy. Alyssa Malizia does provide couples therapy as well. Our registered psychotherapists are all supervised by Michelle Sorensen, the supervising psychologist for Resiliency Clinic. As a team, our mission is to provide compassionate and professional care to the many clients we serve.
At Resiliency Clinic, we provide treatment for issues including:
- Anxiety (and anxiety-related disorders such as OCD, panic disorder, phobias, etc)
- Anger, guilt and shame
- Other mood or affective disorders
- Coping with chronic illness, including diabetes, cancer, neurodegenerative disorders and other autoimmune challenges
- Grief and bereavement at all stages of loss
- Burnout, supporting those making career changes or working towards return to work
- Eating disorders and body image concerns
- Interpersonal difficulties and communication work
- Assertiveness training
- Marital stress
- Pregnancy losses such as miscarriage, stillbirths, and other medical trauma
- Postpartum depression and anxiety
We use therapy approaches including:
- CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy)
- ACT (Acceptance and commitment therapy)
- DBT (Dialectical Behaviour therapy)
- Mindfulness modalities
- Supportive counselling
David Guth performs psychological assessments of children and adolescents.
These are comprehensive examinations of the child’s developmental, emotional, behavioural and/ or intellectual/ academic difficulties.
Assessments can take significant time but help parents to gain a thorough understanding of their child and determine potentially helpful interventions.
Mindfulness is the energy of being aware and awake in the present moment. Mindfulness has been practiced for centuries but is increasingly being incorporated into modern psychology and psychotherapy practices.
Mindfulness is a very tricky practice to define. Simply put, it is the practice of inviting your awareness to the present moment, being open to sensations, emotions, or thoughts (whether pleasant or unpleasant) and practicing equanimity, compassion, and stillness in the face of distress. It is an excellent tool to use in building resilience and is taught both individually and in group format at the Resiliency Clinic.
Many of our clients describe the effects of their mindfulness practice as life-changing.