OUR MENTAL HEALTH APPROACH
Learn How Bhatia Psychology Group Can Help
Mental Health Approach
At Bhatia Psychology Group, we give you the tools you need to deal with the challenges that life throws your way. Through effective treatment plans, we empower you to become the best version of yourself.
With the right therapeutic approach, you can feel empowered to laugh when you are happy, cry when you are sad, and set healthy limits and boundaries when you are pushed to the wall. We help you to embrace the ups and downs of life, whatever they may be. Our team will help gain strength, self-love, and resilience to live your best life.
Caring and Compassionate
Support from Psychologists, Social Workers & Therapists
Life is full of challenges, obstacles, and stressors that we all face within our lives. When they persist, and we become unable to manage them, it is important for us seek out the assistance of a qualified professional. Our team includes clinical psychologists, social workers and registered psychotherapists — here to support you.
We offer an empathic, collaborative and caring approach to help individuals overcome their personal, professional, and relationship challenges to achieve meaningful change in treatment. We help clients recognize, overcome, and move from unhealthy and painful thoughts and emotions, to healthy and adaptive ones, moving ultimately to a life that is authentic and genuine
The result: a healthier, happier mental state so that you can feel better, live better and perform better.
Our Therapeutic Services
At Bhatia Psychology Group, we use a variety of evidenced-based treatments to suit your needs and circumstances. These may include, but are not limited to:
Affect Phobia Therapy
This integrative therapy is based on the idea that people have phobias of their feelings (affect phobias) and as a result, experience feelings in maladaptive ways. Like a classic phobia, APT can be treated by “systematic desensitization”— helping the client to experience progressively higher levels of the feared emotion, while reducing associated feelings such as anxiety or shame.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) provides you with personal coping strategies that target solving current problems and changing unhealthy thoughts, beliefs and attitudes. It is a “problem-focused” and “action-oriented” form of therapy that is used to treat specific problems.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
Known as DBT, this gentle therapy focuses on accepting you as you are, while acknowledging that changes to help you reach your mental health goals. DBT helps you learn and use new skills for mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness.
This approach focuses on adult relationships and attachment styles. It identifies unhealthy patterns and create shifts to support trust and connection, as well as amend feelings of anger, fear, or betrayal. This short-term therapy can be used for individuals and couples.
This therapy addresses emotions, thoughts, beliefs and early-life experiences – all which can play a factor in how you process present-day challenges. Once vulnerable or painful feelings are processed, the dependency on unhealthy recurring defence mechanisms tend to reduce to be replaced with healthier coping methods.
This flexible approach combines various therapeutic tools to suit your particular needs. It can be used to treat any number of mental health challenges, including depression, anxiety, and personality disorders. The therapist marries the right evidence-based treatments to match the psychological complaint or symptom.