The model used in this program is holistically based, focusing on the mind, body, emotions and spirit. It isa combination of both western therapeutic methods and cultural healing practices.
This model is designed to work with individuals, couples, immediate and extended families.
The process of therapy begins with an initial interview and follows with an assessment of needs.From here we gather detailed personal history information and move to the development of a treatment plan. The treatment plan forms the basis or acts as a guide to help us work through the identified problems. The frequency and length of time in therapy varies from person to person.
This program is designed to work effectively with a wide range of problems and experiences. These include (but not limited to) the following: - sexual abuse - emotional abuse - physical abuse - spiritual abuse - stress - suicidal ideation - trauma and PTSD - self injury - depression - grief and loss - eating disorders - OCD—obsessive compulsive disorders - bipolar disorders - panic disorders - social anxiety disorders - phobias - self esteem / self image problems - struggles related from attending residential schools - the effects of being involved in the residential school compensation process