Guelph, Ontario

Guelph (Virtual Therapy)

A Safe Place to Grow

Our Psychologists offer comprehensive virtual therapy sessions to individuals residing in Guelph, Ontario, and surrounding areas. Our licensed therapists provide a safe and supportive space to help individuals share their mental health struggles as they work through life’s challenges that affect their ability to excel in educational and professional settings—as well as in other aspects of their personal life. Each individually crafted therapy session provides guidance, clarity, and complete confidentiality. We are not meant to journey this life alone. The mission of each online therapy session is to create a warm, collective experience that will help you or your loved ones navigate life with new tools, mental wellness, and knowledge.

Guelph Online Therapy Treatments for Adolescents, Children, and Adults.

Improve and Restore your Mental Health

Guelph Psychologists offer virtual therapy sessions with security and privacy through your preferred line of communication, video conference, or phone. Our online therapy sessions are valuable to individuals who have limited access to care, feel overwhelmed by schedule conflicts, and want to access high-quality treatments from their home or workplace, with no travel time required.

Each online therapy session facilitates quality treatments for adolescents, children, couples, families, and adults seeking healing, solutions, and expert guidance on specific mental health challenges. Our therapists integrate various evidence-based therapy sessions: cognitive-behavioural (CBT), family systems, emotion-focused, dialectical-behavioural therapy (DBT), psychodynamic and eclectic approaches tailored to each individual’s unique psychological needs. The intention of our Guelph, Virtual Therapy sessions is to help redirect you from a challenging position to a place of growth and healing. Our variety of therapy services cater to a range of life challenges  and severe mental health concerns, including but not limited to:

  • Anxiety & Panic
  • ADHD
  • Anger Management
  • Behaviour Problems
  • Depression & Mood
  • Drug & Alcohol Addiction
  • Health Issues
  • Eating Disorders
  • Giftedness
  • Health
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Loss & Bereavement
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Parenting & Family Issues
  • Personality Disorders
  • Phobias & Fears
  • Post-Partum Anxiety & Depression
  • Relationship Issues
  • School Issues
  • Self-Esteem
  • Self-Harm
  • Sexuality
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Stress Management
  • Sleep
  • Trauma & Abuse
  • Worrying

Guelph Online ADHD Therapy

AD/HD, also known as attention deficit disorder, is a common chronic neurodevelopment disorder. The primary issues of AD/HD are rooted in the brain’s executive functions. The executive function is also known as the “management system of the brain.” The executive function allows individuals to accomplish day-to-day tasks in their routines. Individuals struggling with executive functions may experience the most common AD/HD symptoms, including persistent problems such as inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsive behaviours. As a result, adults, adolescents, and children affected by AD/HD may have difficulty performing in work, personal and professional settings.

AD/HD usually starts before twelve years old. However, symptoms may be noticeable in some children as early as three years old. AD/HD can range from mild to severe and may continue into adulthood.  Early treatments and diagnosis from licenced professionals can make a significant difference and assist with managing symptoms.

There are three common AD/HD disorders:

Individuals diagnosed with AD/HD struggle primarily with the inability to focus (distractability, inattention, and may include difficulty in remembering.) Individuals diagnosed with inattentive and distractible AD/HD typically do not show signs of hyperactivity. (such as fidgeting or being unable to stay in one’s seat.) Therefore, these individuals are considered high-functioning since symptoms are not visible to many.

Impulsive/Hyper-Active AD/HD is characterized by an individual’s difficulty controlling impulsiveness and hyperactiveness. Some common primary symptoms are feelings of needing to be in motion and frequently interrupting others during conversations.

Combined type ADHD is the most common type. People with this type of ADHD exhibit inattentiveness/distractibility and impulsivity/hyperactivity symptoms.

When to Seek Treatment (But not limited to):

  • If you’re concerned that your child is showing early signs of ADHD. Early treatment with a consultation will help manage symptoms in the early stages.
  • If you are experiencing extreme restlessness. Difficult sitting still for extended periods in educational, professional or personal settings.
  • If you are having difficulty engaging in tasks that require close attention.
  • Being easily distracted by unrelated thoughts or stimuli.
  • Impulsively acting without thinking or struggling with self-control.
  • If you are struggling with excessive energy, moving or talking.

Guelph Online Anxiety Therapy

Anxious emotions, such as nervousness or fear, is a normal part of life. However, individuals who experience anxiety disorder have an excessive, intense, and persistent worry that may interfere with daily activities, such as school, work, or personal life. In addition, anxiety disorders commonly involve repeated episodes of severe panic, fear, or terror that may reach the peak of panic attacks that are difficult to manage. Anxiety disorder symptoms may start during childhood or teen years and continue into adulthood.

Examples of Anxiety Disorders include: 

Generalised Anxiety Disorder – Excessive worry and fear that is unidentifiable and difficult to control.

Excessive worry and fear that is unidentifiable and difficult to control.

Unexpected and heightened emotions of terror, often leading to panic attacks that occur suddenly and repeatedly. Panic attacks include (but are not limited to) heart palpitation, excessive sweating, shortness of breath, and a sense of impending doom.

Features a pattern of unwanted, repetitive thoughts, fears (obsession), and behaviours that interfere with daily activities and cause significant stress.

Strong, irrational fear of an object or situation may lead to panic attacks. Some phobia triggers can be linked to an unidentifiable cause or may be rooted in past traumas.

Excessive and unreasonable fear of social settings and situations.

Commonly occurs in adolescents and children with excessive fear of being separated from parents or caregivers.

is an anxiety disorder triggered by a threatening or terrifying event that an individual has experienced or witnessed. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares, panic, and heightened uncontrollable thoughts.

When to seek treatment (Not limited to):

  • You feel constant worry and fear, interfering with various aspects of your professional, educational, and personal life/relationships.
  • You have suicidal thoughts or behaviours —if this is the case, seek emergency treatment immediately.
  • Persistent emotions are uncontrollable and difficult to manage.
  • Alcohol or drug use alleviates your emotions.
  • You think your anxiety may be linked to a physical health problem.

Guelph Online Depression Therapy

Sadness and “blues” are common symptoms that everybody feels at some point in their life. However, depression disorder is a constant state of unmanageable negative emotions. Depression is characterised as a mental health disorder that affects how an individual thinks, feels, and behaves and can lead to various physical and emotional problems if left untreated. When individuals struggle with depression disorder, some symptoms may be described as sadness, anger, or impending doom that interferes with a person’s everyday activities. Depression symptoms vary per person; symptoms can vary in severity. For example, feelings of low productivity and lost time may occur in professional or educational settings. In addition, severe depression symptoms may influence personal relationships, thoughts of death, suicide and self-harm, and chronic health symptoms may occur. Depression is a severe medical condition that can get worse if left untreated; if your symptoms are unmanageable, it’s essential to ask for help as soon as possible.

Symptoms of Depression Disorder (But are not limited to):

  • Prolonged sadness
  • Persistent feelings of apathy
  • Persistent feelings of guilt or hopelessness
  • A loss of interest or pleasure in activities they once enjoyed
  • Mood swings
  • Irritability
  • Excessive crying
  • Social withdrawal
  • Restlessness or lethargy
  • Sleep issues
  • Fatigue
  • A sudden increase or decrease in appetite
  • Weight gain or weight loss
  • Frequent rumination (continuously thinking the same thoughts)

When to seek treatment:

The symptoms of depression vary per person, ranging from mild to severe. If any of the symptoms above resonate with you, we encourage you to speak to a professional about your concerns. Contact us today to learn more about your treatment options and schedule an appointment with a therapist.

How Guelph Online Therapy Works

Step One

Submit Appointment Request

  • Submit an Appointment Request through our email.
  • Our Admins will work closely with you to match a therapist with your concerns and find a date/time that works with your availability.

Step Two

Complete Forms

  • After your appointment and preferred communication (video call/phone), forms will be emailed to you and can be submitted and completed digitally for your convenience.
  • This is your opportunity to provide a background of your concerns, past treatments (if any) and any important details you’d want to share with your therapist. All information communicated to our company is confidential. Your privacy and mental health are our priority.

Step Three

Connect With A Therapist

  • A video link or contact number will be emailed to you.
  • Just click the link on the day of your appointment.
  • You will be instantly connected with your therapist for your first session.

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