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Individual Counselling 

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Individual Counselling

Work with one of our qualified counsellors to find new strategies and coping mechanisms to work through the difficult aspects of your life.

Individual therapy is a joint process between a trained therapist to create a positive change. Some common goals for therapy can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. In the initial session, it is common to gather information and the presenting concerns that brings that individual to seek assistance. The therapist and the client will then address these concerns and create goals and determine the best course of action. This is a non-judgmental process and a safe environment for the client to explore their thoughts, feelings and behaviours

Some common reasons why one would seek individual therapy include:

*Depression                     * Chronic Illness             * Physical Difficulties

*Anxiety                          * Self-Esteem                 * Emotional Difficulties

*Anger Management          * Confidence                * ADHD/Learning Difficulties

*Burnout/Stress                 * Divorce                     * Life Transitions

* Stress Reduction              * Meditation                 * Relationship Difficulties

* Health/Wellness             * Goal Setting              * Prioritization Skills

* Career Counselling          * Work/Life Balance      * Bullying

* Parenting Difficulties         * Sex and Wellness       * Postpartum  

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Relationship Counselling

Find new strategies to communicate more effectively, increase your intimacy and break free of old unhealthy habits

Couples counselling or marriage counselling  is a process where individuals can recognize and better manage or reconcile difference and repeating patterns of stress upon the relationship. Couples counseling gives couples the tools to communicate better, negotiate differences and problem solve in healthier ways. Most relationships are not perfect and each individual brings their own values, opinions and histories into the relationship, which may contradict their partner's views. This does not mean that the relationship is doomed for failure, rather it can create a complimentary symmetry between the the individuals. Sometimes individuals seek couples therapy to strengthen their relationship and create a better understanding of one another. 

Some of the common difficulties that couples experience that bring them to couples counselling include:


* Infidelity                          * Finances                              * Communication Difficulties

* Divorce                           * Cultural Differences                * Sexual Difficulties

* Substance Abuse              * Finances                              * Anger and Resentment

* Blended Families              * Unemployment                      * Life Transitions


Children & Adolescent Counselling

Children & Adolescents are finding it particularly difficult during this time. We provide a safe space to explore some difficult feelings and thoughts

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Psychotherapy and counselling can be beneficial fro teenagers experiencing difficulties with relationships, anxiety, depression, stress, bullying, self-esteem and other developmental difficulties. We provide a safe and comforting environment to explore these difficulties and provide better coping mechanisms going forward.

Play therapy and art therapy help children freely express their emotions. These two types of techniques help children with social or emotional difficulties learn to express themselves, work through difficult behaviors, and learn to communicate their feelings. Play therapy and art therapy are sometimes used to work through stressful events, such as divorce, illness, academic difficulties, behavioral difficulties, social problems, anxiety, depression or grief.

Some of the common difficulties that couples experience that bring them to couples counselling include:


* Anxiety                          * Stress                              * Confidence

* Depression                     * Behavioral Difficulties         * Life Transitions 

* Bullying                         * Divorce                            * Anger and Resentment

* Self-Esteem                     * Illness                      

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