The practice of counselling/psychotherapy (therapy) establishes a professional relationship between you (the client) and the therapist. Using both experiential and academic knowledge, therapists help to assess, formulate a treatment plan, and treat the unhealthy problems clients come to therapy with.
Therapy is a collaborative process where the therapist works with you to establish goals of therapy, eliminate or reduce your problems, and provide you with skills and resources to help you improve your overall functioning.
These problems can present as emotional, psychological, cognitive, behavioural, interpersonal, social or any combination of these.
We can provide help for:
- Addiction (Alcohol, Drug, and Gambling)
- Individual Stress (Daily Coping and Problem Solving)
- Couples Therapy (Infidelity, Communication Struggles, Emotional Detachment)
- Family Therapy
- Work Stress (Bullying, Harassment)
- Grief, Bereavement and Loss
- Social Skills Training (Assertiveness, Maintaining Healthy Boundaries)
- Anger Management and Emotional Control
- Low Self-Esteem
If you need help with a particular issues not listed above, please call our office to discuss.