Here are some of the counselling areas I work with:
Depression can affect us all differently. Depending on severity you may feel lack of interest, you may find it hard to get out of bed, feel low self-esteem, lose appetite and it may affect your sleep. We may have feelings that life is not worth living.
Physical pain can affect us also mentally. We may feel that family or friends lack understanding of what it is like to cope with pain. Talking with someone who has experienced it may be beneficial.
Anxiety is a feeling on unease. We feel worried about something or have fears about something. This can range from mild to severe and even have physical symptoms. It may prevent you from living your day to day life.
Relationships are never easy, and most people go through difficult periods. How we deal with these issues, may it be arguing, jealousy, commitment or infidelity, have a big impact on how we feel. Abuse is not always physical but can also be emotional.
Losing someone close is always difficult. There is no right or wrong way to feel or grieve. You may feel emotions such as sadness, loneliness, anger or guilt, it can also impact us physically.
I practice mostly CBT, normally a shorter-term therapy of 6 to 10 sessions, and longer-term psychodynamic therapy. In CBT we work with your thought processes and help you change the thought patterns that affect you negatively. Psychodynamic approach is a therapy that deals with deeper issues and is used to find the root cause of the problem and helps you understand repressed emotions.
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