Psychotherapy and Counselling Services for Adults and Adolescents

  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
    • management
    • Triggers
    • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
    • Post traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Panic
  • Career transitions 
  • Communication
  • Body image /dysmorphia
  • Depression
    • Generalized depression management
    • Bi-Polar Disorder
    • Malaise
    • Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
  • Eating disorders 
  • Grief and loss
  • Life transition
  • Personal conflict
  • Stress management
  • Self-esteem
  • Sexuality issues
  • Substance abuse / Addictions
    • Alcohol
    • Food
    • Gambling
    • Internet
    • prescription and illegal drugs
  • Work / life balance.

Marital and Couple Counselling

For couples experiencing difficulties such as:
  • Boundaries
  • Communication
  • Conflict
  • Divorce / separation 
  • Fidelity
  • Intimacy
  • Parenting
  • Separation.

Health and Lifestyle Counselling


For individuals looking to adopt a 

healthier lifestyle, or who are experiencing body image concerns, eating disorders, or  substance use and dependency. Clinical Health counselling can help individuals by:

  • Exploring barriers 
  • Establishing behaviour change strategies
  • Goal setting & attainment
  • Increasing accountability
  • Motivation
  • Providing education.

As society has become more conscious of being healthy our focus on the  food we eat, the way our bodies look, or how we feel has become an increasingly relevant aspect of our overall sense of well-bieng. Health psychology largely focuses on ways to promote healthy living and prevent disease including how individuals react psychologically when they are diagnosed with an illness. Health psychologists are also interested in patients' personality or attitude to see if it has a positive or negative effect on their health.

We know that behaviours have a significant influence on disease (e.g., smoking and cancer). We also know that one's attitudes as well as social factors can have similar consequences. These factors combined to form the biopsychosocial model which guides the work of many health psychologists and clinical health counsellors today.