Forward Thinking Psychological Services now offers virtual services throughout Vancouver and British Columbia

Forward Thinking Psychological Services offers virtual therapy treatment throughout all of Vancouver and British Columbia for individuals with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and related disorders, along with other anxiety disorders.

We work with individuals presenting with depression, emotion dysregulation, relationship issues and life transitional issues as well.

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Why Choose Forward Thinking

Finding the right therapist can be a challenge – we will work with you to ensure you have the right fit. This starts with the call with our intake coordinator, then the video conference meeting with your therapist during the no charge meet and greet process and continues throughout your virtual treatment. Our approach is collaborative and client-centered.

We use a variety of different treatment approaches, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Exposure Response Prevention, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as well as Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills.  Learn more about our treatment approaches offered in Vancouver and British Columbia.

Teletherapy provides many benefits over in person therapy, including: (1) flexibility of scheduling; (2) accessibility from wherever you live and (3) benefits of working with a therapist right in your own home.

When working virtually with a therapist, your treatment has no limits! Your therapist can join you in any environment that you want to work in – such as your home, a store, a crowded neighbourhood or public transportation. We can go with you to places that far exceed the limits of a therapist’s office.

We work with youth and teens, adults, couples, families and offer parent coaching throughout Vancouver and British Columbia. We look forward to working with you – individually or in a group. All services provided in BC are conducted by a licensed psychologist or under the supervision of a license. Read all about our types of therapy offerings in Vancouver and British Columbia.