Having a destination inspires growth.
- Individual therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Parenting Seminars
- Anger Management Groups
- Therapy for First Responders and their Families
Anxiety, depressive moods, stress take their toll on living a fully engaged life.
Don’t ignore the signs:
- Low self-esteem – feelings of low worth, negative self talk, defensiveness
- Social anxiety – feeling overwhelmed, isolated, lonely
- Lack of motivation – feeling down, no energy, irritable, angry
- Loss of connection – feeling resentful and lacking communication and emotional support
EMDR Therapy for First Responders can help bring:
- Mental clarity
- A greater sense of well being
- A life less complicated
“You don’t have to wait till everything seems impossible to seek help.”
A series of events causing resentment, anger, fear, hurt, pain, or loneliness can shut down your ability to process emotional reactions and make it harder for you to go through your daily routine. When life becomes too heavy with self-criticism, worry, and self-doubt to talk to friends, partners, or family, then counselling, talking to a professional therapist, does help. The therapeutic process involves self-reflection and contemplation in identifying how you function in your life. While you cannot change other people, family etc. you do have options and choices in the decision to change yourself.
“The way you feel, internal thoughts and beliefs, creates the connection to others. Unchecked negative beliefs distort the connection.”
Scientific research and countless studies prove the therapeutic process has a positive effect on improving well being. Clinical counsellors are trained in the skills of understanding the psychology of human problems and behaviour to help you feel better about yourself; proven strategies show positive improvement in relationships and open the door to a greater understanding and connection to life. When thinking becomes distorted or clouded, when you are unable to process or understand events or ways of behaviour that are beyond your control, investing in your life and the therapeutic process can solve problems and your relationship connections have greater meaning. With curiosity, courage, empathy, and compassion you will find life becomes bigger and more meaningful.
“What I value most about the work is the process of change. In the beginning I initially see people who are overwhelmed with the challenges of making the necessary changes to experience their full potential; then as we work together I see them begin to find the courage, skills, and resilience it takes to continue moving forward towards the lives they want to live.”
You will be amazed at how fast you can track changes in your self-esteem, relationships, and work performance.