Therapy Groups

Therapy groups are an excellent way to address some common psychological issues and problems such as depression, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, and perfectionism. Unlike workshops, groups meet regularly for a predetermined period of time (usually 4 to 8 weeks). Groups offer a supportive and safe environment to learn strategies to overcome psychological challenges, and to interact with other students who have similar challenges.

During the spring 2021 semester, all therapy groups will be offered through online video conferencing software; groups will not be offered in-person.

Students interested in joining a therapy group must have an Initial Consultation (first visit). Please call 780-492-5205 to book an Initial Consultation at your convenience.


How of Happiness

This group is designed to help people learn about the science of happiness and to practice skills and behaviours that cultivate happiness and well-being. Group will consist of group discussion, psychoeducation as well as weekly homework assignments that must be completed.

Wednesdays: June 2 - 29, 2021 via Zoom
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.


CBT Group

This group is for people who want to better manage difficulties associated with low mood, stress, and/or anxiety. The focus of this group is to increase awareness about one’s thinking and behavioural patterns that may be contributing to negative emotions, and utilize more adaptive ways of responding. Participants will learn about emotions, understand and practice core cognitive-behavioural skills, offer/receive support from other group members, and apply the knowledge into their own life.

Fall 2021 Term dates to come.


Anxiety Group

Learn practical skills to manage your anxiety. Whether it’s general worry, panic attacks, or periodic anxiety, this group will help you feel more in control of your worries.

Fall 2021 Term dates to come.