Build mental resilience
Manage stress & anxiety
Cope with trauma/PTSD
Your Mental Health Matters
What to expect.
Inward Strong was crafted by expert therapists to make their knowledge and best-practiced techniques, used in therapy sessions, available 24/7 to all who need it.
The program follows CBT and other therapeutic modalities, offering insights and tools to address current and future challenges, to build mental fitness and wellness.
Who's it for?
People with mild-to-moderate mental health challenges.
Individuals aiming to enhance their mental fitness.
Those providing support to others facing difficulties.
Individuals in therapy who want supplementary support.
People on a therapy waitlist seeking immediate support.
Challenges we explore.
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
This program offers anonymity, complete digital accessibility, and round-the-clock availability. Care pathways are personalized based on your goals, challenges, and common co-occurring issues, ensuring a holistic approach to cognitive behavioural health and mental fitness.
Start your mental fitness journey with our program, where you'll gain the tools to identify specific challenges in your daily life. Uncover unproductive thought patterns and understand their impact. Learn to identify and reshape negative thinking, altering how you feel in the process. Embrace new behaviours and apply them in real-life situations.
Start your journey to becoming more Inwardly Strong.
80% of users report reduced symptoms and significant improvement in coping (CAMH)
Outstanding Contributions in Addiction (The American Counseling Association)
Outstanding Service in Mental Health (Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals)
Best Health Technology
We Help People Live Happier
Thanks for all your help and support. The tools that you taught me will stick with me always!
We're on a mission to make mental health a right, not a privilege
Clinician Paul Radkowski witnesses the devastating impact of limited mental health and addiction services in the Northwest Territories firsthand. Motivated by this dire need, he endeavors to create a program that brings evidence-based resources from the frontline online, offering accessibility to anyone in need.
Upon returning to his practice in Waterloo, Ontario, clinician Paul Radkowski, alongside fellow clinician Monique Peats, embarked on designing and co-founding the Life Recovery Program. This wellness system aims to provide remote support and care for individuals grappling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.
LRP-Inward Strong has garnered numerous awards and earned significant recognition. It has been court-mandated in both the US and Canada. Most importantly, this wellness system has positively impacted thousands of individuals and families, contributing to the preservation of jobs, relationships, and lives.
A newly revitalized platform and wellness system, centered on enhancing mental fitness, psychological capital, and aiding individuals with mild-to-moderate mental health concerns, is introduced under the name Inward Strong.
The Program Creators
The Inward Strong wellness system was founded by Paul Radkowski and Monique Peats, seasoned psychotherapists, subject matter expert authors, and professional speakers, boasting over 55 years of collective experience.
"Our motivation stemmed from witnessing too many individuals suffering due to a lack of access to therapy and the gaps within the system. With a longstanding therapist shortage and many regions lacking sufficient care, we felt compelled to develop a platform accessible to everyone, round-the-clock."
Our Wellness System comprises a comprehensive set of evidence-based therapies and techniques delivered digitally and through video, addressing a broad range of mental health afflictions while also providing effective preventative and proactive mental fitness resources.
The award-winning system has been tested, peer-reviewed, or professionally recognized by McMaster University, CAMH, Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals, American Counselling Association, EENet magazine, and SPARK magazine.