Work one-on-one with the right therapist to improve your mental health whether it is due to depression, anxiety, stress, trauma or anything that is impacting your life negatively.
If you are in a relationship or marriage and you are trying to figure out how to make things work, or to improve the overall health of your relationship, couples counselling is for you.
Youth Counselling (12+)
If you have a son or daughter looking for youth counselling, we can help. With the age of cyber bullying and the need for social acceptance it can be tough for our children to cope with their current situation and changes, especially during this pandemic.
Depression is one of the most prevalent causes of mental health issues. There is not always a definitive “why” or reason, though it can look like lack of motivation, increased or decreased sleep, and feelings of sadness and hopelessness. Together we will look at ways to improve your mood, and begin to deal with contributing factors.
Trauma is unique to every individual. It can be the result of early relationships, cumulative experiences at work, or a single incident that changed your life forever. It can come up suddenly in our lives and can cause a downward spiral of depression and stress. Trauma therapy helps to stabilize, process, and ultimately heal.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing is a therapeutic tool to enable a person to process and heal traumatic events in our lives which can cause negativity, anger and stress.
Anxiety is a physiological experience that often presents as anxious thoughts about what may happen. It may be felt in specific circumstances or feel like it’s there all the time. It can show up as panic, and a sense of overwhelm. Therapy can help identify triggers and increase coping, as well as identifying and working with contributing factors.
Stress is your body’s release of adrenaline and cortisol which are hormones that can contribute to many short and long-term health effects. It can look like decreased tolerance and patience, a “shorter fuse”, or a desire to withdraw and hide away. Stress management helps to identify effective ways of coping with increased stress, and addresses issues that contribute to ongoing stress.
Being passive-aggressive or outright angry can ruin relationships with family, friends, and colleagues. Let us help you learn to better manage your experience of anger, and express it in a healthier way.