Individual Counselling is aimed at helping you to cope with the ups and downs of everyday life, with stresses that can cause anxiety and depression; it’s about helping you to heal from the negative things that have happened such as losses, separation & divorce, family conflict, negative, or unpleasant experiences. Individual Counselling can assist in coping with stressful life situations, work problems, grief, emotional distress or relationship difficulties.

Anxiety Counselling helps you reduce fear, doubt, and worry. Anxiety counselling can help you with some of these issues: social anxiety, panic attacks, general anxiety, fear and phobias.

Couples Counselling helps relationships with:

Depression Counselling: Talking to someone is the best first step. There is a good chance that talking to almost anyone about depression will reveal an understanding response, often with a shared story of another experience of depression. Almost all of us have connections with some form of depression or love someone who has struggled with depression. When we begin talking about depression, we learn that we are not alone and that help is out there.

Life Transition Counselling is to help people work through major life adjustments such as a big geographical move, a loss of a job, a break up of a relationship, or for example, the transition into parenthood.

Trauma Counselling: Counselling for trauma helps people work through their thoughts, the story, their nervous system, energy, motivation, and ability to be present in your life now.

Asperger’s Counselling is to help you gain a better understanding of your Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis and how it may impact various areas of your life.

Weight Loss Counselling is helpful to people who are on the road to loosing weight. A new study by the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that people who have lost weight are more likely to keep it off if they chat periodically with a counsellor rather than turning to a website that provides advice or getting no support at all.

Grief Counselling is a form of psychotherapy that aims to help people cope with grief and mourning following the death of loved ones, or with major life changes that trigger feelings of grief (e.g., divorce, or job loss).

Career counselling is similar in nature to traditional counseling, however, the focus is generally on issues such as career exploration, career change, personal career development and other career related issues.

Career counselling is the process of helping individuals select a path and make a plan to help them to get into the job they want. A career counsellor helps individuals get into a career that is suited to their aptitude, personality, interest and skills.

Executive Counselling provides an opportunity to address concerns that are affecting your business or corporate life and may also be impacting on your personal life. At times you may feel that you cannot share your concerns, problems or anxieties with your colleagues or subordinates because of a sense of vulnerability or the concern that it may damage your image in the organization or your career progress. It helps to have a safe place to talk about your pressing issues. This is especially important if you are feeling isolated in your organizational hierarchy. Although on the surface you may appear to be a model for their company, inwardly you may be experiencing deep emotion and despair. Partners and friends seldom understand the intricate processes of the management structure or the tasks at hand, and probably do not have the expertise to support you in taking the right course of action.

Family Counselling involves working with a family unit to help an individual within the family resolve specific issues. Family therapists help a family understand and work through patterns of negative behavior that may cause underlying problems.

Group therapy allows people experiencing similar issues to join together as a group to resolve them. In group therapy, a therapist leads the discussion, and individuals can comment or contribute personal thoughts and experiences.

Group therapy helps a person see that they are not alone, and it offers people an opportunity to support each other.

Parenting counselling can help you.

Parenting can be as challenging as it can be rewarding! Our children can bring great joy to our lives as we support them on their journey to adulthood. At the same time, parenting can be frustrating, thankless and just hard work, particularly when children move into their teenage years.

Stress management counselling will aim to reduce stress levels, prevent stress, or cope with situations or events that could lead to increased stress levels.

Long-term stress drains our energy and motivation, and negatively impacts our mental and physical health. Thus, it is important to make sure we know our limits and learn how to manage stress in a healthy way. This is why stress management can help.

Marriage counselling or relationship counselling helps you improve your relationship. Communication problems, sex, anger, even illness can contribute to problems in a marriage or relationship. To manage conflicts and stress, couples sometimes turn to marriage counseling or couples counseling to help heal the relationship.

Anger management counselling aims to help minimize stressful or anger-evoking situations, improve self-control, and help you express your feelings in a healthy manner.