You're not alone. It is very common to struggle in intimate personal relationships. Through the course of couple therapy, we will discuss the brain and how it affects our reality, communication skills, conflict resolution, problem solving, and other helpful tools.
Often life doesn't turn out the way we planned and that's ok. There are many aspects in life that are beyond our control. Talking about it can help you get out of the ruts and back on track in the drivers seat. You can feel empowered and motivated to take a new direction in your life.
Sometimes families find themselves in unexpected circumstances during times of transition and change, which can be very distressing. As a family you can learn the skills to accommodate and adapt to the many challenges that life offers.
You may find yourself slipping into depression while you're still at work or you may be returning to work after an injury. There are many benefits to being an engaged and contributing employee and many tools available to make this happen.
Keeping the conversation going is an important aspect of healthy living, prevention and early intervention. I offer workshops and seminars that cover a wide range of mental health issues including: resiliency, depression, anxiety, anger management. Contact me for more information.
To accommodate busy schedules or distance, etherapy is available upon request. eTherapy includes email, video-conferencing and telephone sessions.
Grief and loss
Life transition issues
Return to work
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
Solution Focused Therapy
Pre-Marital Sessions - $400/couple for four sessions (savings of $80) before your wedding to discuss expectations and understanding of married life.
Couple Workshop Series - $200/couple for 4 sessions in a group setting. Each session is 2 hours in length and covers psychoeducational information including: communication, problem solving, conflict management, intimacy, among others. Minimum 6 couples maximum 10 couples.