InnerQore Health Psychology and Wellness
A compassionate, effective, and purpose-driven practice dedicated to the needs of our clients.
To provide access to quality mental health care with a commitment to compassion, respect and privacy.
To utilize effective, evidence-based assessment and treatment approaches to further the well-being of our clients to enable them to lead their lives with meaning, satisfaction and to their fullest potential.
- Compassion for those we are honored to work with.
- Collaboration with our clients to attain their treatment goals.
- Equity in our response to client needs.
- Effective in our tailoring of treatment to best suit each individual and circumstance.
- Knowledge-driven in our commitment to current, evidence-based practices informed by ongoing education and training.
Why Choose Us?
Our multidisciplinary clinic, is a full service mental health and wellness practice located in Thornhill, Ontario. Offering services in-person and virtually to our clients in Ontario, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, we provide high-quality psychological assessment, treatment, and consultation services to individuals (adults and adolescents) and couples addressing a range of psychological and emotional concerns and life stressors. In addition, we also provide expert consultation to various health and legal professionals.
Our person-centered approach is focused on improving your mental health and well-being. We work collaboratively with our clients to understand their needs and ensure that there is a strong match between the client and therapist they are paired with. We believe that the cornerstone of effective psychotherapy lies in a safe, warm and supportive relationship between the therapist and the client, a relationship where our clients can feel comfortable sharing and exploring feelings and concerns.
We believe that your mental wellbeing rests on the extent to which you feel truly heard and known as the person you are at the core. Each of our staff is fully committed to being present with you and to listening deeply to what you bring in to your sessions.
How it Works
Contact our intake department to discuss your mental health needs.
Discuss potential options for assessment, consultation and treatment.
Connect with an appropriately assigned practitioner to advance your mental health needs.
What We Can Help With
We offer assessment, psychotherapeutic support and results-oriented strategies to help our clients deal with a variety of concerns such as, but not limited to, the following:
Anxiety is a normal part of daily life and is the body and mind becoming alert to the possibility of danger but becomes problematic when it feels as though it is too much to handle, is excessive, and/or if it is negatively impacting your daily life.Learn More
Occasionally feeling “sad”, “down”, or “blue” is normal. However, when these emotions continue for an extended period of time (e.g., greater than 2 weeks), and become debilitating or unbearable, it may be a sign that you are suffering from depression.Learn More
Motor Vehicle Accidents & Slip and Fall Accidents
Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVAs) and Slip and Fall Accidents are often complex situations that result in significant injury(ies) and a number of life changes, often leading to significant psychological and emotional challenges.Learn More
Relationships and Family Concerns
While relationships are often rewarding and can enrich our lives, they also require ongoing attention and work to ensure that the lines of communication remain open and that issues and concerns are addressed when they arise.Learn More
Chronic Pain and Pain Coping Strategies
Although people often think of pain as a physical phenomenon, pain also has biological, psychological, and emotional components impacting various spheres of function.Learn More
Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Experiencing any form of trauma throughout the various stages of life can result in a lasting, negative effect on your mental health and well-being.Learn More
An eating disorder is characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits where there are often persistent behaviours that impact healthy eating patterns. Disordered eating is widespread in our culture, and can range from mild to severe.Learn More
At times, we end up feeling “off” or feelingoverall unhappy with our lives, longing for things to be different. Sometimes, we can’t even pinpoint exactly what we’d like to change, which can lead to even more frustration and worsened mood. This is called life dissatisfaction.Learn More
Struggles with Dating
Dating can be a struggle; from the now more common and sometimes fruitless dating apps to the challenges faced when meeting people organically, it can be incredibly frustrating to find, and maintain, the relationship you want.Learn More
Grief and Bereavement
Grief is a normal and natural reaction to any loss, such as the loss of a loved one, a relationship, or the loss of a job. Bereavement is a specific type of grief after the death of a loved one.Learn More
While the experience of stress is normal and can motivate us to create solutions or achieve our goals, chronic stress can significantly hinder our quality of life.Learn More
Adjusting to Life Changes and Transitions
Change is an inevitable, albeit sometimes uncomfortable, part of life. While some changes are expected and predictable, such as adjustment to attending college or retiring from work, other changes are more abrupt and difficult to navigate, such as the sudden loss of a job.Learn More
As a good portion of one’s life is spent at work it is vital to learn how to pinpoint, address and deal with occupational stressors when they arise.Learn More
Service to our country can be very rewarding, however it can also expose an individual to experiences and trauma that affect their life.Learn More
Other Emotional Difficulties
There are many other types of emotional and mental difficulties that people may experience over their lives, and thus require support in the form of therapy, to overcome. Examples of these include:
* Crisis management
* Anger management
* Emotional difficulties associated with illness, pain, or disability
* Mid-life crises
* Intimacy issues
* Intimacy and emotional difficulties experienced by survivors of abuse (sexual, emotional or physical)