Listening to the Body

By: Ann Rogerson, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)   Welcome back! We’re in the third blog of the “positive body image” series and we’re jumping into the second component of positive body image: Understanding the needs of your body and attending to them. If you’ve missed the first component of positive body image, feel free to check […]

What Is My Body Capable Of?

By: Ann Rogerson, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)   Welcome to the second blog in our series on cultivating a positive body image. Today we’re exploring the first component of positive body image – acceptance and appreciation of the body. I know what you’re thinking, “easier said than done”. And you’re right! It is difficult to change […]

Body Image Basics

By: Ann Rogerson, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) “Beach body ready” the caption reads as I scroll through social media. Seems the body based captions have once again emerged from their winter slumber. Am I beach body ready? I think. Wait. Was I influenced that easily? The answer is yes, and if you’re reading this, maybe you […]

How To Recognize Your Perfectionistic Tendencies

Perfectionism Steps

By: Nic Cadman, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) What comes to mind when I ask you to imagine a perfectionist? Some of us may think of ourselves or people in our lives. Others may picture cultural prototypes of perfectionists – the busy CEOs, star athletes or successful artists. In truth, perfectionists can vary widely, grouped together by […]


By: Barbara Brown, Registered Psychotherapist Have you ever had to walk toward that thing you absolutely DO NOT WANT TO DO… face-forward, shaking in your boots, and resisting it every step of the way? Well, that’s me. Right now. In it with you! I have been a psychotherapist for over thirty years and have never […]