Services at Thrive
Registered Social Work/Psychotherapy:
Registered Social Workers/Psychotherapists provide in depth therapy addressing many issues including, but not limited to, survivors of trauma, people living with PTSD, individuals with diagnosed mental health struggles, grief and loss, major life changes, anxiety and phobias. If you require a RSW social worker for insurance benefits please provide us with this information during your intake.
Counsellors provide empowering and informative sessions for clients who are dealing with life challenges. Topics of discussion may include grief, relationship struggles, emotional pain, boundaries and self esteem.
Life Skills Coaching:
Life Skills Coaching provides goal-oriented information and strategies to support clients to discover their skills and potential. Topics of discussion may include professional challenges, launching a new business, decision making, coping with change, self esteem and more.
“Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, and panic disorders” — EMDRIA.org
Psychodramatic Bodywork™(PDBW) is a healing modality that combines Psychodrama and Bodywork. “Psychodrama uses dramatic action methods to free and integrate spontaneity blocked by earlier trauma. Bodywork uses Safe Touch to help individuals connect with the messages that are held in the body as pain, numbness and/or illness... A spiritual component deepens the effectiveness of the work and is incorporated into the training.” (youremotions.com)
Featuring safe emotional release work, PDBW is a complementary skill that is can be combined with other modalities.
Psychodrama provides supportive healing through the principals of Psychodrama, Sociometry, Sociodrama and Experiential Therapy. Psychodrama helps to identify and address how anger, fear and sadness can become trapped in the body and provides methods to help release these stored emotions. One main focus includes exploring an individual’s trauma through experiential methods(i.e. acting it out in a safe and facilitated manner, offering different perspectives and possible different endings to traumatic experiences). This method is very dynamic, spontaneous and healing and can be used in both individual and group processes. (www.hvpi.net)
Sometimes known as Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), “...EFT is a practical self-help method that involves using the fingers to gently tap on the body's acupuncture points along the meridian lines of Chinese medicine. It is often referred to as ‘EFT Tapping’ or simply as ‘Tapping’. The therapeutic effects of this technique are recognized around the world. One can use EFT tapping for anxiety, weight loss issues, pain, stress and many other issues.” — EFTInternational.org