Dr Nkechi Josephs MD. Mental Health and Addiction Disorder Therapist

1.
Individual
Psychotherapy

The confidentiality of the client’s issues is most easily maintained in individual therapy.
The client receives one-on-one attention from the therapist, and this permits the therapist to

2.
Couples
Therapy

Couples Therapy helps couples who are painfully aware that their psychological state or
substance addictions has been a source of strain to their relatives, and that they prefer to

3.
Addiction
Therapy

Addiction could be a complex disease which will affect many areas of a person’s life. Drug use
among children should be a matter of great concern to any or all Nigerians, especially

4.
Family
therapy

The aim of group psychotherapy is to enable everyone within the family to grasp and support
one another. this kind of therapy can help when families are feeling overwhelmed,

My Approach

My Approach to care is person-centered. It isn’t nearly giving people whatever they need or providing information. it’s about considering people’s desires, values, family situations, social

About Me

Dr Nkechi Josephs is a Carribean trained Medical Doctor based in Canada. Who received her MD degree in 2015.She holds a Honorary Graduate certificate in Mental health and Addictions disorders from an Ontario college in Canada. 

Getting Help

Some people worry about soliciting for help because there is stigma around mental state problems. they will believe that requesting help means admitting that something is wrong. Some people worry about how friends or family might see them. Soliciting for help implies that you wish to create changes or take steps towards your new health goals. we must always celebrate the courage it takes to talk up and make changes. Getting assistance is a part of recovery.

1.

Anxiety

2.

Self esteem

3.

Depression

4.

Anger Management

5.

Stress

Testimonials