our experienced psychologists are ready to gently help you find the relief you need
400, 601 West Broadway, Vancouver BC
Phone or text 604-259-0627
help for smart people who can't stop worrying
Smart, creative people worry more because they have the ability to imagine all the things that could possibly go wrong! If you have read countless self-help books, talked to friends who tell you to "just let it go," or even tried to find the right therapist before, you're not alone.
The problem isn't that you aren't trying hard enough - you need to learn the strategies that really work to reduce worrying and anxiety or solve the problems that weigh you down. Friends and family want to help, but they get frustrated when they don't know how to help you stop worrying. We all need coaches who can help us learn new skills and continue to improve - and learning how to stop worrying or deal with stress is no different.
Join countless others who have learned to recognize, question and rewrite the thoughts that limit their success, happiness and well-being. It is possible to learn how to quiet your mind, live in the present moment and live a peaceful life.
If you're tired of trying to figure this out on your own, confused about what works for anxiety and stress and would like to talk to someone with special training and highly skilled at working with your special concerns please call and schedule an appointment today.
Our goal is to help you feel better as quickly as possible and for you to become your own therapist who is an expert at challenging your own stressful thoughts.
Please don't waste another day of your life feeling stressed out and worried when there are effective treatments for stress, anxiety (including social anxiety, exam anxiety, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder) and OCD. Click here to schedule your appointment online or phone 604-259-0627 and learn how to deal anxiety and stress effectively today.
Proven strategies: COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY AND MINDFULNESS ARE THE BEST CHOICE FOR STRESS, ANXIETY, PANIC, AND OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER.
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