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What is the Therapist Guided Program?

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MindBeacon is a new kind of therapy offered digitally through a secure and private platform that you can access anytime, anywhere through your favourite device. All of our programs are designed to address your mental health concerns and offer you the tools you need to cope with life's challenges while helping you build mental resiliency. 

With the MindBeacon Therapist Guided Program, you work with a dedicated licensed therapist who understands your particular needs and creates a program that suits you best. Our therapists assign a personalized set of readings and activities that will help you develop the skills needed to feel better. As you work through the program, your therapist is always by your side – there to review your progress, provide encouragement and new perspectives to consider. And there’s no waiting for appointments. If something comes to mind, send your therapist a secure message as you think about it - day or night. 

To help you get to know our therapists and those by your side every step of the way, we're taking some time to introduce you to the professionals behind the programs. 

Today, we're meeting Dr. Lori Ann Blessing, PhD, CPsych, as she explains what our Therapist Guided Programs are all about and how they work. 


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Ready to take the next step and start with our Therapist Guided Programs? Visit us here to complete your assessment. 

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