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"If your thoughts can make you sick, they can also make you well"


Meet Francesco, MA, CCC, RP (Q) (He/Him/His)


Do you feel stuck? Do you have trouble controlling the negative thoughts in your mind? Too much time worrying about the future or past?


When feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed, finding a therapeutic approach that works best for you could be a key component to help us cope with our daily challenges. Through slowing down and allowing there is room to learn about emotions, relationships, engagement, boundaries, resilience, recovery, and accomplishments.


My goal is to help you feel empowered throughout your journey, while integrating your personal goals and strengths into your everyday life. Whether it be regulating emotions, thoughts or behaviours, I am committed to practicing a compassionate and non-judgmental approach where you are the author of your story.



What is Psychotherapy?

n. any psychological service provided by a trained professional that primarily uses forms of communication and interaction to assess, diagnose, and treat dysfunctional emotional reactions, ways of thinking, and behavior patterns. Psychotherapy may be provided to individuals, couples (see couples therapy), families (see family therapy), or members of a group (see group therapy). There are many types of psychotherapy, but generally they fall into four major categories: psychodynamic psychotherapycognitive therapy or behavior therapyhumanistic therapy, and integrative psychotherapy. The psychotherapist is an individual who has been professionally trained and licensed to treat mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders by psychological means.  (APA, 2022).



Looking forward to answering any of your questions or concerns.


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