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This service aims to help teenagers navigate the challenges and complexities of growing up, and dealing with any mental health issues or disorders that are affecting their relationships, behaviour or overall well-being.

Psychotherapy sessions may involve talk therapy, cognitive-behavioural techniques, and other therapeutic approaches to help teens develop skills for improving communication, resolving conflicts, managing stress, and achieving positive outcomes in their personal and academic lives. The ultimate goal is to help teens build healthier, happier and more fulfilling relationships, as well as enhance their sense of self-worth and resilience.

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This service promotes collaboration, providing clients with support and tools to enhance mental and emotional health. Through one-on-one sessions, clients explore thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, identifying unresolved conflicts, limiting beliefs, and negative patterns.


Therapy addresses various challenges including anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship difficulties. Together with the therapist, practical strategies are developed to strengthen coping skills and improve quality of life. The transformative process fosters self-awareness, self-acceptance, resilience, and personal growth, empowering clients to improve relationships and lead fulfilling lives.


This service offers holistic support for personal and academic development. Recognizing the unique challenges faced during this transitional phase, therapy helps students cope with stress, anxiety, and other mental health concerns. Through therapy, students gain a deeper understanding of their thoughts, emotions, and decision-making processes, leading to improved coping skills, communication, and self-esteem.


This confidential space allows for exploration of day-to-day challenges and long-standing issues, empowering students to achieve their academic and life goals while fostering emotional well-being.

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Evidence Informed Therapy

At Tranquil Trails Therapy, I use evidence-informed therapy. This means that I utilizes the most updated scientifically-backed techniques to help you overcome your personal difficulties and achieve your desired goals. The approach involves the deliberate integration of the most effective interventions that have been validated through research, extensive clinical expertise, and your unique circumstances and needs, ensuring that the treatments recommended are tailored to your specific situation while providing maximum benefits.

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Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective therapy that helps people change negative patterns of thinking, beliefs, and behaviors that contribute to emotional distress. Working together, the therapist and client identify negative thoughts and develop new coping skills. CBT is structured, goal-oriented, and focused on practical skills applicable to daily life. It tackles anxiety, depression, and more, promoting achievable goals, self-confidence, and well-being. Additional benefits include self-awareness, improved problem-solving, and better stress management.

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Mindfulness is the practice of being fully present and aware of your thoughts, emotions, and body sensations. By observing without judgment, you can cultivate inner calm and reduce stress through techniques like meditation and deep breathing. Mindfulness enhances emotional regulation, improves balanced thoughts, and promotes well-being. It also boosts self-awareness, enabling positive life changes and meaningful connections. Overall, mindfulness brings peace, balance, and fulfillment to your life.

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Narrative therapy is a type of talk therapy that helps you understand how the stories you tell about your life shape your thoughts, feelings, and actions. You collaborate with a therapist to identify negative narratives influenced by societal pressures, and learn techniques to challenge and rewrite them. This approach empowers you to create new stories that highlight your strengths and resilience. By reclaiming authorship of your life story, narrative therapy promotes a more positive self-identity, improved well-being, and meaningful connections. It guides you towards a more hopeful and purposeful future narrative.

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EMDR therapy is a powerful tool for overcoming the negative effects of trauma like PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Through guided eye movements, sounds, or taps, it activates the brain's natural healing mechanisms to diminish the impact of traumatic memories, negative beliefs, and emotional dysregulation. With the help of a trained therapist. EMDR reduces symptoms such as flashbacks, avoidance behaviours, and hypervigilance. 

EMDR is also beneficial for addressing issues like depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. This therapy offers fast and transformative results, empowering individuals to regain control over their daily lives and achieve emotional wellness.

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In ACT therapy, individuals learn to accept their thoughts and emotions rather than trying to change or avoid them. By practicing mindfulness and cognitive defusion techniques, they can develop psychological flexibility and respond more effectively to life's challenges.


ACT helps identify personal values and guides individuals to take committed actions in line with those values, promoting a sense of purpose and well-being. It is beneficial for managing anxiety, depression, and chronic pain by encouraging acceptance and aligning actions with values.

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