Through individual counselling we offer services that provide insights and teach new skills for a variety of issues, which better equip you or a loved one to move through whatever you, or they, are dealing with.
Wondering if Counselling is right for you?
People come to counselling for all sorts of reasons. Many people think that their problems are not “big enough” to merit counselling, yet everyone has areas in their life with pain, or room for growth and improvement. You can be assured that if you begin therapy, everything is kept confidential and that you are being seen by an experienced RCC (registered clinical counsellor).
You may want to consider counselling if you or a loved one experiences or has:
- struggles with addictions (drugs, alcohol, sex, etc.)
- history or current abuse
- acute or developmental trauma
- experiencing grief or going through loss
- don’t like the person you are becoming or who you’ve become
- uncontrollable emotions or emotions that you don’t understand (anger, rage, sadness, fear)
- feeling disconnected from your body
- experiencing sexual difficulties
- have social anxiety
- feeling meaningless or lacking purpose in life
- feeling suicidal
- lacking joy
- unable to manage healthy relationships with family or friends
- have a hard time concentrating
- lacking self-love
For many people it can be uncomfortable and stressful to explore and process one’s painful, confusing, or overwhelming experiences. This makes it essential to find a counsellor that is a fit for you.
The best way to get a glimpse of our personal approaches to therapy is in our biographies. We offer client-centered, trauma-informed care and promote a holistic model of healing and growth. We offer a variety of different techniques besides talk therapy in sessions, such as OEI (Observed and Experiential Integration), Sensorimotor psychotherapy, rice tray therapy, art/movement therapy, and Neurofeedback.
When you inquire or book an appointment, feel free to specify which particular type of therapy, if any, you are most interested in.