COMPASSIONATE THERAPY THAT HONOURS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN MIND, BODY AND SPIRIT
Sometimes when you're in pain, you think the pain will never end. It's natural to think that at times, but it's not true. A compassionate helper can help you regain your perspective and reconnect with yourself. I provide individual counselling that honors the the mind, body and spirit. Reconnecting with yourself brings about healing from anxiety and depression, troubled relationships, grief and loss, and workplace and career challenges. Through our work you will have the option to practice mindfulness & spirituality focused counselling if you wish to. I invite you to contact me or read on to learn more.
It’s important to understand that the underlying emotion of anxiety is fear and therefore anxiety has a strong physical component, a fear response in the body.
Often clients feel that depression is a personal failure, or they worry that something is wrong with them or even that they’re going crazy. Fortunately, psychological research has provided a good understanding of the reasons depression happens and none of the above is true. Read more.
LOVE AND BELONGING IN RELATIONSHIPS
Breakthroughs in the science around love and attachment show that healthy, mature adults have an innate need for emotional responsiveness (someone who is both accessible and responsive to our distress) from important people in their lives. Read more.
HOPE IN GRIEF & LOSS
Loss can take many different forms and no one can judge what constitutes a loss and the degree to which it is felt except ourselves – because it depends on the value we place on what is lost. Read more.
NAVIGATING WORKPLACE AND CAREER CHALLENGES
A lot of stress and challenge can arise from our careers and the COVID-19 pandemic has increased workplace stress dramatically. With more change and ambiguity than ever, many people are experiencing an increase in mental health concerns linked to their work. Read more.
MINDFULNESS AND SPIRITUALLY FOCUSED COUNSELLING
Mindfulness has gained a lot of positive traction in psychological research as well as in the media. There is now lots of evidence that mindfulness can decrease stress and improve wellness significantly. Read more.