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Half-hour sessions for those who are not sure whether they would like to see a therapist or not, or if they are not sure where the services they need are available.
This is a support/educational program to better understand grief, reconcile ourselves to a loss, learn to nurture ourselves in difficult times, and journey to recovering faith, love and hope.
Professionally trained counsellors meet with couples or individuals who want to solve relationship struggles involving communication, parenting, and a wide range of other issues.
Professionally trained counsellors meet with families who want help to solve problems involving communication, alcohol or drug abuse, separation or divorce, emotional stress, grief and a wide range of other issues.
Professionally trained counsellors meet with individuals to deal with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, anger, grief, self esteem and stress management.
Professionally trained counsellors meet with children to deal with a variety of issues including parent's separation, abuse, anger, depression and grief. The counsellor utilizes a variety of play therapy techniques during these sessions.
On-site Crisis Response is a service provided after a traumatic event has happened that causes powerful emotional reactions in the people exposed to the event. It is designed to help people deal with this experience of trauma by allowing the individual(s) to talk about the incident shortly after it occurs.
One-on-one sessions to help you understand the experience of grief and to help you reconcile yourself to the loss.
EAP is a professional, confidential, counselling service the purpose of which is to assist employees who are experiencing personal challenges and life transitions which are affecting their life satisfaction and possibly their job performance.
These programs are available to everyone as an adjunct to counselling or as a stand-alone service.
We provide consultation services to employers on a broad range of topics. An assessment may be conducted to determine the interpersonal issues involved in an organization.
We are neither born with the skills to form effective relationships, maintain them, or dissolve them, nor are we formally taught how to be in effective relationships. However, it is possible to learn how to build good relationships; caring, supportive, and respectful whether with family members, friends, or coworkers.