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Disorders of Thinking & Emotions

Broken thoughts, feelings, and behaviors can be made right again, and the compulsion to feel damaged can be abated. Fright, fear, shame, and anxiety compel us into thinking that binds us. Meeting their assault at your breaking point where they "imprinted" upon you, their grasp on you can be dismantled, and you can be freed with our services for disorders of thinking and emotions. Learn more from the therapists at FHCTS.


It can make your brain go non-stop. It can make your body incredibly painful. Anxiety reduces your ability to think clearly, rationally, and intently. You have less mental space, and you often act unintentionally against the insignificant. It makes you believe you are going crazy. But there is frequently a reason for this build-up of anxiety. It's like a thousand vices speaking all at once, "Stop this... help me." shoving this part of you down doesn't stop you from knowing - You have to make this right. Our anxiety treatment in Calgary and Edmonton can provide the required support in this condition. 

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Depression feels like a persistent weight on the soul, casting its darkness over daily life. Emotions of profound sadness, hopelessness, and apathy dominate, draining the joy from once-enjoyable activities. Energy wanes, making even simple tasks challenging. Sleep disturbances, changes in appetite, and a pervasive sense of worthlessness contribute to a deepening sense of despair. Interactions become arduous, and the future appears bleak. Breaking free from this emotional grip often requires professional intervention, support, and a multifaceted approach to rebuilding mental well-being. Our experts at FHCTS provide depression treatment in Edmonton, Calgary, and elsewhere online.

When emotions get and stay out of control - it's like you are losing your mind and yourself!
Pain has a voice and it is telling you something either you do not understand or cannot satisfy on your own. There is help and you can find peace; let's get a hold of you, together.

Compulsiveness / Addictive Personality

An addictive personality hides an insatiable desire, need - even compulsion to feel happy and free. But what we think we are striving for - or running to, we might actually, more powerfully, be running away from something. This might be a haunting from a sense of emptiness, the feeling of being alone, sad, and hopeless. This state of being opens us up to injury as we accept whatever comes our way. This is dangerous, and not seeing what is dangerous... once what is dangerous lands in you, it can be an absolute beast to get out! Our services for disorders of thinking and emotions help identify and correct the problem at source.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Washing that never comes clean

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) feels like a relentless cycle of intrusive, distressing thoughts paired with ritualistic behaviors or mental acts aimed at reducing anxiety. The obsessions create intense discomfort and preoccupation, while the compulsions provide temporary relief. However, the relief is short-lived, leading to a perpetual loop of anxiety and compulsion. Resisting compulsions heightens tension, contributing to a sense of helplessness. OCD can be emotionally exhausting, consuming time and energy, and significantly impacting daily life and functionality. OCD treatment in Calgary and Edmonton often involves - 1) medication to calm the body, 2) coping strategies to manage symptoms, and 3) therapy to access the entry points where negative imprints take hold so you become free from them.


Addiction feels like a relentless pull, an insatiable craving that dominates thoughts and actions. The pursuit of a substance or behavior becomes all-encompassing, eclipsing other priorities and responsibilities, despite adverse consequences. As dependency deepens, the initial euphoria transforms into a desperate cycle of seeking relief from withdrawal symptoms. Guilt, shame, and a loss of control characterize the emotional landscape, creating a profound internal struggle. Breaking free from addiction often requires significant support, commitment, and professional intervention.

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