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Please know that we can help work with your insurance company, as you are entitled to coverage of your psychological services if you have developed a mental health condition as a result of your motor vehicle accident (MVA). Please notify us at the outset of services if you are seeking psychological services following a MVA.
*Our fees are aligned with the recommendations set by the Psychological Association of Alberta.
INDIVIDUAL SESSION (50 MINS) -$200
*Video option available
GROUP THERAPY – $60
CUSTOM PSYCHO ED. WORKSHOPS – VARIES
*SLIDING SCALE RATES
*AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
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If you are struggling with negative thoughts and feelings that influence your behaviours, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is one effective form of treatment provided by Choice Point Psychological to help.
Our sessions will help eliminate distress related to negative thoughts, and we will provide you with tools and strategies to navigate stress, anxiety, and depression. You can rely on our team and place your trust in our psychologists. We genuinely care about our clients. If you are interested in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, we can discuss our approach with you thoroughly so that you know what to expect.
This type of therapy will provide you with several benefits, including a reduction in anxiety, as our sessions will reduce distress related to your negative thoughts. We will help you become aware of your thinking patterns, and we will help you get a handle on challenging behaviours. The skills learned in sessions will help you learn to deal with challenging situations more effectively. We will provide you with hope and help you realize that while you cannot control every aspect around you, you can control how you interpret and respond to uncomfortable internal experiences. This type of therapy will help you learn how to accept uncontrollable external factors and will allow you to direct your energy to all of the right places.
The idea behind this therapy is that your thoughts and feelings play a fundamental role in your behaviour. Understanding the connection between challenging thoughts, feelings, and behaviours is the key to improving your inner world. We will work with you to reduce and eventually eliminate the distress connected to negative thoughts, positively impacting your behaviour.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is effective and can help with several conditions, including anxiety, phobias, addictions, PTSD and depression. It is an evidenced-based approach for these conditions. We will help you develop the right skills necessary to cope with the situations around you. These skills will not only help you manage your stress but will also help create a brighter future.
We are experts in treating anxiety, depression, and PTSD, and we offer Cognitive Behaviour Therapy as one approach to treat these conditions. If you are looking for psychologist services in Calgary, contact us today!
Choice Point Presents: “Completing Your Stress Cycle” – based on evidence-based and up-to-date stress and trauma literature. This workshop is available upon request and can be customized to the needs of your organization.
This workshop is the perfect way to destress, connect with peers, and learn effective ways to combat stress & burnout. This workshop can be an informative workshop, with some demos/experiential components, as well as practical strategies to begin implementing now to get a handle on your stress and prevent future burnout. Participants can learn to identify when and why stress can become unmanageable, what to do when stress is creating problems for them, and how therapy can help you to improve resiliency to future stress. You can customize it to the needs of your organization or group! We offer free twenty-minute consultations and quotes. This workshop is intended to be a hybrid of lecture style, demo, and practical exercises, with some humor thrown in. Not a traditional lecture style.
Based on the work of Amelia & Emily Nagoski in their bestselling book: Burnout – The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle, Janina Fisher’s Workbook: The Living Legacy of Trauma, Daniel Siegel’s concept of the Window of Tolerance, and more…
Contact us for more information to receive a quote based on the needs of your organization!
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is one type of evidence-based treatment that can improve many common mental health conditions. It is considered a “third-wave” format of CBT that integrates mindfulness as well. The main intention in ACT sessions is to learn and practice lifestyle skills that enhance psychological flexibility in the face of difficulties and stress. This approach involves skills practice in session for maximum benefits.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a popular type of therapy that also can improve many common mental health conditions. CBT will help you understand the relationship between your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Additionally, your therapist will assist you in identifying core beliefs or schemas that are keeping you stuck in certain behavioural patterns. At Choice Point, we integrate mindfulness strategies with CBT to maximize your results.
EMDR is an evidence-based treatment protocol for the treatment of PTSD that can be used for many other presenting concerns rooted in stress and trauma. EMDR is an experiential and non-talk therapy approach designed to release physical and emotional distress connected to your past experiences. When used effectively, this approach can be used to help to reduce anxiety, stress, and improve views towards self and others.
PROLONGED EXPOSURE THERAPY
Prolonged exposure therapy was created by Dr. Edna Foa. It is an empirically validated treatment with more than 20 years of research supporting its use. This therapy is used to assist clients to process traumatic events and to reduce trauma-related psychological symptoms. It is an experiential approach that when used tactfully it will improve physical, emotional, and cognitive symptoms.