If you are feeling in crisis, here are a range of quick tools to help you manage your thoughts and feelings until we meet in session.
It wouldn’t be an uncommon feeling that the idea of counselling is some form of admission that there is something wrong with us, which can stop the desire to speak to someone altogether. However, the reason to pursue counselling is much lighter and far more practical. It is for us to observe and gain knowledge, of our situations and perspectives, to equip us with real tools that we can use to better navigate and build on our experiences.
Our sessions focus on establishing values and goals, in an adaptable and collaborative setting, in areas including but not limited to:
Finding personal direction and harmony in life, family, and relationships
Seeking deeper meaning and purpose through finding new methods of moving forward
Dealing with significant life transitions for example in mental and physical health, relationships, career, spirituality, gender, sexuality, bereavement, trauma, grief, and loss
Creating self-regulation strategies to manage feelings of anger, fear, loneliness, stress, anxiety, sadness, and confusion