Counselling is a way to help you with a wide variety of mental health and emotional challenges. Counselling can help eliminate or control troubling symptoms so you can function better, increase your feeling of well-being, and begin your recovery journey.
Solution-Focused Counselling helps people lead more fulfilled and meaningful lives. Beginning with a focus on what already works for you. Solution-Focused Counselling will enable you to identify and optimize your values and strengths. Look at the big picture of your life so you can fine-tune and adjust the path you are on.
When you're traumatized, you may feel like you'll never get your life back. The good news is you can recover from trauma. Counselling has proven valuable in helping people overcome the distress, pain, and inner turmoil that come from having lived through overwhelmingly traumatic experiences.
Grief is a reaction to any form of loss. Grief encompasses a range of feelings from deep sadness to anger. The process of adapting to a significant loss can vary from one person to another. It often depends on a person’s background, beliefs, and relationship to what was lost. Counselling can help you work through the grieving process and move from a place of loss to acceptance and hope.
You feel like you want something more. You want to make a more meaningful contribution to your life. Some elements are clear, while other aspects feel vague and uncertain. As a Life Transition Counselling, I help you create a vision of the future that you want, then support you as you pursue it.
You’ll be engaged in a process of zeroing in on your skills, abilities, and educational training. The transition is accomplished through a collaborating with your counsellor; taking into consideration your passions, lifestyle, personality, values, and areas of interest.
Mindfulness is the process of purposely bringing your attention to experiences occurring in this present moment without judgment. Practicing mindfulness increases your capacity to achieve a happy life as well as improvements to physical and mental health.
The Gestalt approach engage the client in a process that guides them to the realization that all their experiences, both healthy and less than healthy, are reactions in response to the world around them. The client is given a variety of creative life “experiments,” where they explore the personal life “operating system” they are currently using.
Clinical supervision is a safe learning and skill development space in which counsellors acquire knowledge and skills for clinical professionals, providing a bridge between the classroom and the clinic.
Your clinical supervisor also serves as a professional liaison between you and relevant regulatory and certifying organizations on your path to professional autonomy.