Help clients understand their relationships with:
Family | Friends | Intimate Relationships | Attachment Style | Relationship to self
Helps individuals explore how their past experiences influence their unconscious mind, including their defence mechanisms and personality structures.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT)
Helps individuals identify and challenge their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.
CBT supports symptoms of: Anxiety | Depression | Panic | Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) | Confidence/Self-Image | Body Image | Life transitions | Phobias | Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) | Eating Disorders | Substance Use
EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION AND REPROCESSING (EMDR)
Processing past experiences that contribute to:
PTSD | Trauma | Limiting Beliefs | Self-Esteem
In order to understand our challenges, we must recognize our patterns, triggers, and internalizations. By looking into our past experiences including early childhood experiences, relational patterns, culture, and adverse experiences, we can begin to determine the root source of our behaviours, thoughts, and emotions. The flow of therapy will begin at discussing the past with the intention of learning how we have come to be.
A clients often starts therapy for one of two reasons. The first is that there is the time/space (financial or an internal/external push) to begin the therapeutic process. The second is when something is currently occurring in the clients world that requires immediate attention. The counselling space provides a space to discuss, explore, and resolve current and immediate stressors (as well as past and future stressors after immediacy has subsided).
Without a desired future, there would be no need to progress, heal, and grow. The counselling space provides an opportunity to develop a clear illustration of what to strive for and arrive there together. The development of goals, values, and action plans are created and supported, while being held accountable by the therapeutic space.