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Mental Health

Our therapists have experience treating Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders and numerous related conditions.

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Stress in Life

Life stress, whether in the workplace, in the schools, or in the home and with families are commonly addressed.

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Thriving & Happiness

Using the latest in Positive Psychology, we work to go beyond alleviating symptoms to helping clients thrive.

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The Directors of the Centre for Cognitive Therapy

Dr. Arthur Blouin and Dr. Jane Blouin are the founders and current Directors of the Centre for Cognitive Therapy. They are the senior Psychologists who oversee the operation of the Centre.

Dr. Arthur Blouin, C. Psych

With over 30 years of experience...

Dr. Arthur Blouin brings a rich knowledge base to the Centre. In addition to directing professional development, he is dedicated to enhancing understanding and helping clients.

Meet Dr. Arthur Blouin

Dr. Jane Blouin, C. Psych.

With over 30 years of experience...

Dr. Jane Blouin is an innovator in the delivery of cognitive therapy services. She has developed many successful practices at the Center and is appreciated for truly caring for clients.

Meet Dr. Jane Blouin

Meet the Team

As Directors of the Centre, Dr. Arthur Blouin and Dr. Jane Blouin have assembled a team of outstanding therapists with varied research backgrounds, each bringing specific areas of expertise to the Centre.

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Addressing Your Individual Needs

Therapy is individualized. New clients are individually matched to one of 7 therapists with varied expertise. Therapists work collaboratively, as a team, with clients.

Initial assessment

First session with your therapist

Advice

What is Cognitive Therapy

Sessions

Alternative to Medication

Cognitive Therapy has been found to be an effective treatment for a variety of disorders. For depression, Cognitive Therapy has been found to have lower relapse rates than medication alone. Researchers found Cognitive Therapy to be more cost-effective for depression than anti-depressants.

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