Individual Therapy

BRIA therapists are experts in addressing the complex emotional issues that commonly arise for people who are navigating reproductive life stages and transitions. Whether you see a therapist with expertise in supportive therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or Behavioural Activation, a BRIA therapist will listen compassionately, and ensure that you develop the tools you need to feel better.

Couples Therapy

During major life transitions and reproductive stages, people may find their relationship with their partner takes a hit. Whether you are trying to conceive, pregnant, postpartum, in early parenthood or going through perimenopause, these can be stressful times for a relationship. BRIA expert couples therapists can help you and your partner learn to communicate better, share your feelings, and help you develop the skills you need to navigate the ups and downs of your relationship across life stages.

Supporting Partners Therapy

When one member of a couple is struggling with mental health issues, the other partner is impacted as well. Getting personal therapy can help each person process their own emotions and learn how to cope through a difficult time. BRIA therapists can help partners address stress and mental health issues throughout life stage transitions.

How BRIA works

Get a personalised Care Plan

Start therapy or other services

Get additional MD services, if required

Track mental health symptoms to see progress