How to Deal with Psychological & Emotional Problems
Issues We Help With
People consider psychotherapy when things like depression, anxiety, addictions, unexplained physical ailments, feelings of emptiness, relationship or work challenges keep coming up. These difficulties are often important signposts signalling that something requires attention, exploration and healing. Viewed this way, symptoms can be allies trying to guide us to a better life.
Addictions & Compulsions
Addiction can come in many forms and can negatively impact all areas in an individual’s life. Our therapists can help you with addiction recovery.
Anger is a powerful emotion that can give you a way to express negative feelings. Uncontrolled anger can affect personal or social well-being.
Anxiety is an uncomfortable feeling of fear or disaster and most of us experience some temporary degree of anxiety in our lives.
Coping with depression can be difficult on your own. Therapy can help to enhance coping strategies and manage symptoms.
Grief & Bereavement
Grief is our response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something to which there is a deep bond or attachment.
Although many of us live and work in crowded urban centres, the vast majority of us live alone and we often feel hopelessly isolated and lonely.
Stress is a fact of life, the result of forces from the inside or outside world affecting you. Stress can be a neutral, negative, or positive experience.
Panic disorder remains a common, debilitating condition, accounting for a large percent of hospital emergency room visits.
Some women experience psychological & emotional challenges, which make coping with pregnancy or childbirth overwhelming.
Psychosis is a serious mental health issue where your thoughts and feelings become so impaired that you can no longer tell what is real and what isn’t.
Marriage & Relationships
Rather than cope with marriage difficulties alone, a trained couples therapist can help identify the underlying issues and deliver the appropriate treatment.
Self esteem influences the way in which each person experiences his/her world and his/her aspirations and decisions to be made during important life moments.
Individuals who have lived through trauma are often left with feelings of helplessness. Our therapists can help you cope with trauma & PTSD.
Our therapists have experience dealing with sexual issues and can help you manage and/or overcome issues you may have.
A phobia is an extreme or irrational fear of something. This could be a living thing, an object, or a situation. Our therapists can help you.
Parenting therapists often find that their clients are stressed, confused, and worried about how to parent well. Parenting therapy can often ease mental health burdens.
In many cases, seeing a therapist experienced in dealing with workplace issues can help you manage your stress and also handle the concern causing the issue.
If you’re experiencing the symptoms of postpartum depression, you don’t need to manage it alone. Find a therapist who meets your needs and reach out to get psychological help.