Counselling

At some point in our lives many of us find we could use some help through counselling. Most commonly, counselling addresses an individual’s emotional and mental health – relationships and personal growth. The counselling process itself is characterized by the application of various recognized cognitive, affective, expressive, somatic, spiritual, developmental, behavioural, learning, and systemic principles.

(adapted, Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.)


INDIVIDUAL and COUPLE COUNSELLING

  • Creating a safe and respectful environment for clients
 to tell their narrative
  • Building with empathy and respect an alliance with clients
  • Acknowledging the needs of multi-cultural and interfaith clients

Fees

  • Based on an hourly rate
  • Eligible for reimbursement by most extended health insurance plans

Hours

  • Flexible to meet clients’ needs
  • Short and long-term counselling available

Facilitator and Trainer

  • Retreat Leader in Addictions, Spirituality
  • Group Therapy
  • Workshop Developer and Leader
  • Trained Clinical Supervisior for Psychotherapists

Specialties

  • Addictions
  • After an Affaire
  • 
Anxiety/Depression
  • Anger Management
  • Chronic Pain
  • Communication
  • Couple Relationships
  • Eating Disorders
  • Grief
  • LGBQT
  • Life Transitions
  • Personal
  • Post Partum
  • PTSD
  • Sexual abuse issues with women and men
  • Sexual dysfunction issues within a relationship