Our clinicians are OCD and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) specialists. We understand OCD as it manifests in the paediatric and adult populations, families, schools, and the workplace. We utilize ERP to break the cycle of OCD individually and systemically to help you achieve your goals.
Our services are offered in-person and through a secure and privacy-compliant video platform. We can reach anyone in Ontario, Alberta, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador looking for service.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
This is a more intensive treatment option. Sessions are approximately 90 minutes in length, 5 days per week.
*Intensive Outpatient Treatment is only available in-person.
Affecting every 1 in 100 children and adolescents, paediatric OCD is a severe mental health disorder. Without proper treatment, the course of OCD is chronic and lifelong. ERP for paediatric OCD considers the child's developmental and intellectual age, family dynamics, and severity when treatment planning. Parent-training, school support, and family sessions are essential elements in effective ERP.
Case management: PANS/PANDAS is a complex medical issue that can cause confusion and be intimidating to families. From advocacy with medical professionals to ERP treatment, we can help you navigate this disorder.
Body Focused Repetitive Behaviours
We build awareness about when, where, why and how these behaviours are occurring. Then, we implement Habit Reversal Training to reduce them. We help cultivate long-term skills to eliminate hair pulling and skin picking.
Programs & Services
Peer-Led Support Group: We are excited to announce the arrival of our free, drop-in virtual support group, for parents and guardians of children with OCD. This group will take place from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm on the last Thursday of every month, starting May 27th! If you would like to be a part of this support group, please contact Rana, our Intake Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Free Workshops: Visit our events page to learn more about our upcoming workshops for supporting loved ones living with OCD.