Psychotherapy

What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy – also sometimes known as “talk therapy” – aims to help patients to better understand their feelings and give them the tools they need to face new challenges, both in the present and future. It is similar to counseling, and both can overlap.

Our psychotherapist can help when a patient becomes overwhelmed because of depression, low self-esteem, addiction, and grief, among many others. If you are struggling, please reach out and let us help.

Meet our Therapist

Dr. Navpreet Singh

Psychotherapist

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FAQ

What conditions can be treated with psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy can be used to treat emotional problems and mental health conditions. The most common conditions psychotherapy treats include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Life Stressors
  • Relationship Concerns

How does psychotherapy work?

This therapy helps patients to have greater insight, self-reflection, and self-awareness, and to give them the tools and action steps they need to help them have a more balanced perception, greater wellness, empowerment in their lives, and more healthy relationships.

Is psychotherapy at the Adelaide Health Clinic covered by OHIP?

The psychotherapy that we offer at the Clinic is covered by OHIP.

Do you need a referral to get psychotherapy treatment at the Clinic?

Yes. A referral from your family physician is required to access psychotherapy services at the Adelaide Health Clinic.

I’m looking for psychotherapy services. Is the Adelaide Health Clinic accepting new patients?

Please call our reception team to inquire about our availability for new patients.

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