Mental health therapy for young people aged 5 to 29.

Mental health struggles can get in the way of the life we want to be living. Our evidence based approach, combined with our team’s specific expertise, will help your child or teen understand exactly why they’re struggling, and develop the tools to manage it effectively.



Children age 5 – 12

Our Approach

Children learn best when therapy is enjoyable and engaging, so our interventions are designed to be child-centred, highly personalized, and focused on fostering resilience and strength.

We’re careful to involve caregivers in the therapeutic process to both enhance the child’s progress and empower caregivers to feel more confident in navigating their child’s mental health challenges with confidence.

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Adolescents age 13 – 17

Our Approach

This stage of life brings both exciting change and new challenges which will often cause teenagers to feel misunderstood or isolated.

We offer a safe, private, non-judgemental space where teens can freely express themselves and discuss issues like depression, anxiety, social isolation, sexual identity, substance use, low self-esteem, and the stresses of school and relationships. We also provide therapeutic support for caregivers that will strengthen the parent-child relationship.

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Young Adults age 18 – 22

Our Approach

This stage in life brings a number of significant life decisions regarding one’s education, career, and finances. It’s also a time of navigating relationships, exploring one’s sexuality, and seeking intimacy with others.

Our therapists are skilled in teaching specific techniques and strategies that promote psychological and emotional wellbeing, and can assist in navigating the decision-making process, developing effective communication skills, setting healthy boundaries, building confidence, and improving relationships.

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Adults age 23 – 29

Our Approach

As we transition into adulthood, we often carry with us stories about who we are and what we should become, but these stories can limit our potential.

Our evidence-based interventions will help you explore patterns, emotions and behaviours, giving you the tools to navigate your inner critic and change unhealthy patterns. We’ll help you achieve lasting change and personal growth to become the person you aspire to be.

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Our Approach

Couples often find themselves trapped in patterns that hinder their ability to connect, grow, and find happiness together, and it’s essential for both individuals to take responsibility and work together to find solutions.

Our compassionate, experienced therapists will help you learn to communicate better, navigate conflicts in a healthy manner, and develop negotiation skills that strengthen the bond between partners.

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Our Approach

Our families play a vital role in shaping our understanding of ourselves and our identities, and the importance of a family’s ability to come together and navigate challenges cannot be overstated.

Drawing from various therapeutic approaches, we provide families with valuable insight, tools, and skills to deepen their understanding of one another, enhance their relationship, and bring about positive change within the family system.

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How We Help

Three Story Clinic offers evidence based therapies for the treatment of a variety of challenges typically classified as mental health. An evidence based therapy is one that has been rigorously studied and shown to effectively treat anxiety, depression, trauma, disruptive and harmful behaviours, conflict, and attachment-based challenges. Every therapist is hand-picked for their training, experience and dedication to ongoing learning and professional development.

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)

A form of talk therapy that helps people to embrace their thoughts and feelings rather than fight them or feel guilty for having them. It is often paired with mindfulness and has been found to be clinically effective for the treatment of anxiety and depression. It helps people to behave more consistently with their own values.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

A form of talk therapy that targets negative thoughts and beliefs that have an impact on mood and perpetuate anxiety.

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (TF-CBT)

TF-CBT helps children address the negative effects of trauma, including processing their traumatic memories, overcoming problematic thoughts and behaviours, and developing effective coping and interpersonal skills.

Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)

A form of talk therapy for people who experience emotions very intensely, which may drive unhelpful or destructive behaviours.

Expressive Arts Therapy

Combined with talk therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy can help people deal with strong emotions, increase self-awareness and self-worth, and decrease stress and anxiety. Art therapy can involve a variety of creative expression including drawing, painting, coloring or sculpting, to name a few.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

A form of psychotherapy that helps the mind and body heal from psychological trauma that have occurred from disturbing life experiences.

Exposure / Response Prevention (E/RP)

A behavioural therapy that is effective in the treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. In this therapy, you are encouraged to face your fears without engaging in the compulsive behaviours that interfere with everyday life.


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Family Therapy

A form of psychotherapy what focuses on improving communication and resolving conflicts within a family unit. It views the family as a system, address the dynamics and patterns that contribute to individual and relational issues.  The goal is to promote understanding, strengthen relationships, and foster healthier functioning within the family.

Behavioural Intervention (BI)

A type of behavioural therapy that uses reinforcement to help a child move away from defiant and challenging behaviours.

Emotion Focused-Family Therapy (EFFT)

Designed to help family members feel emotionally secure with one another through the development of effective communications skills enabling a reduction in conflict and also challenging behaviours.

Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)

A talk therapy that focuses on treating depression by improving communications skills designed to decrease conflict and bring us meaningfully closer to our loved ones. Our relationships can build us up or tear us apart.

Narrative Therapy

Helps separate a person from their problem so they can examine how to minimize that problem in their life while also maximizing those part of themselves that are healthier. It’s a way to rewrite the story we have of ourselves.

Solution Focussed Therapy

Places more emphasis on discussing and finding solutions for someone seeking change.

Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

A behavioural family approach for the treatment of children exhibiting disruptive behaviour problems. It improves the quality of the parent-child relationship.

Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE)

A parent-based treatment program that effectively reduces anxiety in children and teens that is interfering with family life and day-to-day functioning. The therapist works with the parents to effectively implement strategies in the home that have been proven to be effective.

Gottman Therapy Couples Therapy

Focuses on conflicting verbal communication that interferes with intimacy, respect and affection within the relationship. It helps build empathy and understanding between the two individuals.

Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT)

Helps decrease the negative and rigid ways that couples interact that increase conflict and negativity within the relationship. It focuses on increasing emotional awareness in the individuals, enabling them to develop a more compassionate and empathic stance with one another.

Family Based Treatment (FBT)

A therapeutic model that helps parents to successfully disrupt the harmful behaviours that sustain an eating disorder in their child.

Motivational interviewing (MI)

A structured way of engaging with clients to help them resolve their ambivalence so they can find motivation to make a positive change in their behaviour. It is typically a counselling method use in Substance Use Disorders.


A strategy that helps you sense and feel in the moment without interpretation or judgement. Often our suffering comes from the judgement we have for our own thoughts and emotions.