Counselling Services

Coping with Depression

Anyone can experience depression but learning new life skills can help you move through difficult life situations in a healthy way. Depression is frequently a result of one or more life issues that you are currently not handling as well as you would like.

Let me help you move forward and overcome that feeling of impossible gloom. Are you experiencing:

  • Feelings of anxiety, panic, sadness, irritability, helplessness, fatigue, loss of appetite, difficulty sleeping, difficulty concentrating or focusing
  • Re-experiencing upsetting memories
  • Avoidance of thoughts, feelings conversations and events that remind one of the traumatic events
  • Feeling distant from others
  • Feeling jumpy
  • Loss of appetite
  • Substance misuse
  • Learning to trust and be trustworthy
  • Lack of motivation and inspiration

I will guide you as you move through the difficult symptoms of depression. We’ll identify the thoughts and actions that lead to feelings of anxiety, sadness and fear and work to change the way you’ve learned to think and lead you back to the life you want.

Couples Counselling

I work to help couples realize the best of themselves as individuals and as part of team or partnership. A successful partnership means being authentic, transparent and collaborative and having deep human respect for your partner and your family. This is the core of at the core effective relationships.

Using the Gottman method in couples therapy, we’ll work together to identify patterns that are not working for you and your spouse. I can help you:

  • Explore and improve your love relationship
  • Rebuild affection, romance and good sex
  • Restore your sense of adventure, play, fun and humor
  • Healing and creating healthy partnerships
  • Understand the love you have to give and receive
  • Cope with the loss of a love relationship
  • Learn non-violent communication skills
  • De-escalate quarrels

Personality Disorders:

  • Narcissism (recovering from being in a relationship with a narcissist)
  • Borderline
  • Bi-Polar
  • Disociative Identity Disorder
  • Recovering from relationships with people with personality disorders
  • Managing and coping with family members or exes with personality disorders

Brain Injury Recovery

  • Anger management
  • Impulsivity
  • Survivor support – trauma symptom relief
  • Survivor family support
  • Coordinating therapies and care
  • Life balance
  • Stress/burnout
  • Job loss
  • Relationship and marriage difficulties
  • Mood disorders
  • Coping strategies
  • Coping with mental health diagnoses

Life Planning & Personal Development

  • Food/exercise related issues
  • Binging, purging, restrictive eating
  • Finding life balance

Surviving Sexual Assault & Sexual Abuse

  • PTSD recovery
  • Identifying and coping with symptoms of trauma
  • Survivor support – trauma symptom relief
  • Survivor family support
  • Individual and family counselling for survivors
  • Coping with grief, loss and anger
  • What to expect and finding hope

Clinical Supervision

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