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You are worth it


Counseling offers you the opportunity to talk about social, emotional, or behavioral problems that are either causing you distress or interfering with your functioning. Counselors are trained professionals who can respond to your concerns in an objective and non-judgmental manner. The counseling relationship is unique in that it provides a safe place for you to speak freely, knowing that what is shared will be kept private and confidential.


Benefits of Counselling:

• improved communication and interpersonal skills
• greater self-acceptance, self-esteem, and confidence
• ability to change self-defeating behaviors/habits

• better expression and management of emotions, including anger
• relief from depression, anxiety or other mental health conditions
• ability to manage stress effectively
• improved problem-solving and conflict resolution abilities


Anxiety and Stress
Family and Couples
Grief and Loss
Personal Growth
Trauma-Informed counselling (PTSD)
Corporate/Employment Wellness

Holistic Healing:

Holistic healing addresses various aspects of our lives that are often intertwined- physical health, mental health, social well-being, spiritual well-being, career concerns, etc. Implementing a variety of psychotherapeutic methods from research-supported modalities and techniques to traditional wisdom (through sound, plant medicine, meditation practices, etc.) you can receive the support that addresses your needs and works for you.


Counsellors/therapists are trained professionals, much like medical doctors, dentists, and physiotherapists. We provide services to help individuals obtain and maintain their mental health.


What is personal counselling?

Personal counselling involves you and a counsellor working together to achieve your goals for change. There are many different therapeutic approaches counsellors may use to address the challenges you face, but the most important factors in the effectiveness of counselling are your honest and active engagement in the process and the quality of the relationship between you and the counsellor.

Who will know if I’m getting counselling?

Counselling is confidential. This means that the information you share will not be shared with anyone else. However, there are situations such as if the client is a danger to themselves or others, child abuse or neglect, or when counsellors are obligated by law and/or professional ethics to inform authorities.

How long will I be in counselling?

The number of sessions depends on your situation, your goals, the type of therapy and other factors. Some clients choose to maintain an ongoing counselling relationship, having a number of sessions at first and then having an occasional session every now and then.