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Mindfulness-Improving our psychological well-being

In Goals, Gratitude, Individual Counselling, relationship counselling by Kaitlyn PowerLeave a Comment

Kaitlyn PowerKaitlyn’s primary experience has been working with adults and couples, who are navigating varying challenges related to mental health and wellness. Her work has included supporting individuals/couples who have experiences of childhood and adult trauma, and support for those experiencing mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, personality disorders and eating disorders.

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How to Help Your Child Be Resilient

In Child Counselling, child development, Goals, Individual Counselling, loss of a loved one, relationship counselling, separation/divorce, Student Counselling by Dannika M.S.W., R.S.W.Leave a Comment

Dannika M.S.W., R.S.W.Dannika enjoys working with children, adolescents, and families to address social and emotional challenges, behaviour, anxiety, aggression, depression, relationship issues, attachment concerns, life transitions, and family conflict. Dannika works from a person-centred, trauma and attachment-informed lens and offers an empathic, genuine, non-judgmental and safe space for clients to discuss their concerns, rediscover their strengths and overcome their challenges.

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Considering Counselling?

In Child Counselling, Goals, Individual Counselling, relationship counselling by Melissa Reid, M.S.W., R.S.W.Leave a Comment

Melissa Reid, M.S.W., R.S.W.Melissa has over 5 years of experience working with individuals dealing with loss through diagnosis, fertility concerns, care-giving, divorce or separation, death of a pet and/or job loss. She has over ten years of experience providing grief and bereavement support to individuals and families coping with the death of a loved one. Melissa also has a passion …

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Roadmaps

In Change, Goals, Individual Counselling by Karen Grierson, R.P., B.A., M.T.S.Leave a Comment

Sometimes when people approach the process of “trying to get their lives in order”, either as a choice for general improvement or in the aftermath of some kind of major upheaval, they may find themselves flummoxed at the scope of change, and unable to pinpoint a place to start. When clients come into my office for help with this kind …