Individual Counselling and Psychotherapy is a safe place to work on yourself and improve your life with my professional knowledge. As your psychotherapist, we’ll explore your feelings, thoughts, and behaviour, identify your issues and strengths, improve your coping skills, and work to create positive, lasting changes in your life.
Scientific research shows that in counselling and psychotherapy, while the therapist’s professional training and skills are very important, the therapeutic alliance can best predict the positive outcome of treatment. In that regards, in addition to our education, training, and experience, we place such high value on building a supportive, and understanding relationship with my clients.
Over the years, we have guided many clients through their emotional healing, difficult life transitions, and exciting personal growth, and would like to help you, too
We work with people from 12 years of age above who come for help dealing with a broad range of issues such as:
Social Anxieties and Phobias
Relationship and marital difficulties
Work / professional stress / distress
Loss and Grieving
Adjustment and Life Transitions
Trauma recovery and Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Individual Therapy can help you:
Learn how to monitor your mood, lower your anxiety, and reduce symptoms of depression using evidence-based strategies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness-based techniques
Enhance your self- awareness and improve communication skills when interacting with others
Learn how to develop healthier and more secure relationships
Assist you to better cope with major life transitions; such as loss of a loved one, divorce, move, or career change
Help you recover from experiences of trauma
Learn More About Depression and Anxiety
With the ever-rising number of clients who seek out help for mood disorders, as therapists, we acknowledge the importance of discussing this topic. We have used our blog as a platform to share basic yet useful information about depression and anxiety. Please click on the links below for further details.
Am I Just Sad or Do I Suffer from Depression?
What You Need to Know About Anxiety?