Why Therapy?

If you (or someone you care for) …

  • Have been a victim of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse or violence.
  • Are struggling with depression, anxiety, fear, phobias, panic attacks, or difficulty managing daily stress.
  • Are overwhelmed or “burned out” by workplace or other stresses.
  • Feel overwhelmed a lot of the time.
  • Have an eating disorder (anorexia, bulimia, compulsive over-eating).
  • Engage in self-harm behaviours.
  • Live with obsessions or compulsions.
  • Misuse or are addicted to alcohol or other drugs (prescription or illegal), or compulsive gambling.
  • Are inappropriately angry or has excessive anger.
  • Live with regret.
  • Live with grief and/or have experienced loss.
  • Are emotionally exhausted or depleted.
  • Feel hopeless, uncertain about the future.
  • Have a stress-related illness, such as irritable bowel syndrome, excessive fatigue, chronic pain, or tension headaches.
  • Are having difficulty getting along with your partner, family, children, in-laws, co-workers or others.
  • Have noticed a decrease in your ability to concentrate, remember, make decisions, eat, sleep, or carry out usual activities.
  • Are faced with a major life change such as divorce, loss of a loved one, a career change, or work-related problems.
  • Have been involved in a traumatic incident, such as a life-threatening accident.
  • Need help understanding or adapting to problems caused by an accident or physical condition.
  • Are suffering with chronic pain or chronic illness.
  • Have experienced a rapid and sudden change in health status or personal situation as a result of injury, illness, or another life-altering event

Therapy can be a tremendous asset in dealing with emotional issues, interpersonal relationships, family concerns and the difficulties of daily life. It can help us work towards resolution of the problems and challenges we may be facing. We have the ability to heal. You can feel better and proceed with a clearer heart and mind.
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