Marriage counselling or couples therapy, is a type of psychotherapy. Marriage counselling helps couples – married or not – recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. Through marriage counselling, you can make thoughtful decisions about rebuilding and strengthening your relationship or making any other necessary changes.
Family therapy is a type of group psychotherapy where the goal is to help everyone in the family understand and support each other. In family therapy, the “family” is defined as a group of people who care about each other and call themselves a family, including children and parents, partners, grandparents, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles, cousins, friends, caregivers, and other professionals who may be close to the group.
Anxiety counselling is designed to help people with levels of anxiety that hinder their quality of life, to learn healthier and more effective ways to cope, in addition to addressing the underlying patterns and experiences that produce a more anxiety prone nervous system.
Art therapy involves the use of creative techniques such as drawing, painting, collage, colouring, or sculpting to facilitate self-exploration and understanding. Using imagery, colour, and shape as part of this creative therapeutic process, thoughts and feelings can be expressing that would otherwise be difficult to articulate.
Child counselling is a type of therapy that focuses on children, teens, and adolescents with one or more emotional challenges or mental illnesses. It provides aid to children who have experienced trauma, and/or are living in a dysfunctional or stressful home environment.
Your counsellor will work with you to determine the treatment plan and style of counselling that works best for you, and as you work through your sessions, you will gain the skills you need to work through your depression and lessen it’s symptoms so you can get back to your regular life, or find a quality of life that has not been available before.
Dissociation counselling seeks to help ground people and prevent this frequent dissociation. Through a treatment plan that is personalized for you and the symptoms you are experiencing, your counsellor will help you discover the cause of your dissociation and come up with ways to stay grounded and present.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. Many groups are designed to target a specific problem, such as depression, obesity, panic disorder, social anxiety, chronic pain or substance abuse.
Grief counselling is a form of psychotherapy that aims to help people cope with the physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and cognitive responses to loss. These feelings and experiences are typically brought on by a loved one’s death, but could also be brought on by any other significant, life-altering loss such as divorce, home foreclosure, or job loss.
You counsellor will be able to help you process major upheavals in your life. Through individual counselling or group therapy for life transitions, you will learn strategies that you can use to cope with change in a healthy way and adjust smoothly through any transition.
Parenting counsellors will provide you with the guidance and support you need to provide a stable and healthy childhood experience for your child. They will provide you with the tools and help you develop the skills you need to function optimally in your family unit.
Through PTSD Counselling, you will learn to identify thoughts about the world and yourself that are making you feel afraid or upset. With the help of your therapist, you will learn to replace these thoughts with more accurate and less distressing thoughts. You also learn ways to cope with feelings such as anger, guilt, and fear.
Trauma informed therapy provides a framework that is grounded in the therapist’s understanding of both the impact of trauma on an individual’s life, and the appropriate therapeutic responses to process and heal from trauma.
Veteran Counselling can help you learn new ways of thinking, practice positive behaviours, and take active steps to move beyond your symptoms. Cognitive behavioural therapy is one type of counselling that research shows is effective for a number of different mental health challenges.