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#216- 3540 W. 41st Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6N 3E6

604. 264. 1777

Psychodynamic treatment for children, adolescents and adults in Vancouver B.C.


Individual Psychotherapy

Individual psychotherapy sessions are provided for a wide range of presenting concerns. Anxiety, depression, stress, and obsessive compulsive disorder are some reasons why people seek services. While a psychodynamic conceptualization is applied, some presentations require more behaviourally based interventions (such as obsessive compulsive disorder). Thus, cognitive behavioural therapy is also used, for those diagnoses which have empirical evidence proving “best practice.”



Several types of assessments are provided to children, adolescents and their families. Some children are referred because of behavioural reasons. Thus, an assessment of the child’s behaviour (i.e. behavioural assessment) is appropriate, including the observations and pertinent feedback from the child’s various systems (i.e. school, day care etc..). This type of assessment provides detailed recommendations specific to improving the child’s specific behaviour (s). 

Psychoeducational assessments pertain to the child or adolescent’s learning style. These types of assessment are typically referred when a child is having difficulty in school. They include a social/emotional assessment component as part of the differential; as the interplay between academic functioning and emotional well being are often positively correlated. These assessments are often diagnostic in nature. Recommendations are typically specific to both the home and school environments 

Family Therapy

Family therapy is provided for similar presenting concerns, which may be affecting the entire family system. When a child or adolescent is being seen individually, family sessions may be incorporated into the overall treatment plan. 


Play Therapy

Children use play as a means of communicating their thoughts, feelings and experiences. The office provides a variety of play mediums available to children. While play therapy may appear as nothing more than a child “playing”, there is both theory and structure which guide the play. Play therapy is an effective treatment for a wide range of presenting concerns. 


Psychodynamic supervision is offered to professionals and students.