Psychotherapy addresses personal difficulties. It allows clients to openly and confidentially talk about their concerns and feelings with a trained professional.
Almost all types of psychotherapy involve developing a therapeutic relationship, communicating and creating a dialogue, and working to overcome problematic or distressing thoughts, feelings or behaviours. Psychotherapy aims to increase an individual’s sense of wellbeing, relationships and overall daily functioning.
There are many issues that psychotherapy can help with, such as: anxiety, depression, ADHD/ADD, school issues, relationships, parent/child conflict, self-esteem, self-harm, substance use/addictions, mood disorders, anger management, sexuality, coping skills, behaviour disorders, adjustment disorders, bullying, social skills and emotional dysregulation.
Sessions are tailored to meet each client’s individual and unique needs.
Articles of Interest
Teen Stress – How Psychotherapy Can Help…
Many teens are struggling with stress in their daily lives, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a recent study, teens have identified the following areas as the main cause of their stress: peer relationships (social and romantic), family, academic performance, and poor body image/self-esteem. Stress can lead to other mental health issues such as depression, …
The Cottage, the BBQ’s, the Patio’s, Oh My!
Summer activities like BBQ’s, weddings, and those patios, can often be high-risk situations and a source of frustration. Many of my client’s often feel isolated and tell me they won’t be able to enjoy the summer “like everybody else.” However with some reassurance, a list of coping strategies, and a little bit of willpower, the summer can be just as fun, (and a whole lot cheaper!).
Winter Making You Feel SAD?
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it is by far (in both research and perspective!) the worst month of the entire year. February typically brings the worst weather, colder temperatures, and overall gloominess to both the sky and our moods. For some people, such low mood peaks in February, preceded by …