Your Counselling is here to assist in creating positive changes in your life.

Our passion is in helping you feel better, improve your relationships, and helping you learn to thrive. Our approach to counselling is designed to help you explore your thoughts, emotions, and behaviours to create balance in your life.

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 Solution-Focused Therapy

Solution-focused therapy focuses on the premise that individuals are vested in finding a solution for themselves. We believe that lifestyle changes can slowly improve the quality of life for the individual, and that achieving one goal at a time is a great way to get there. If we know what you hope to get out of therapy in Calgary; we can work to ensure that you overcome your fears, whether they stem from the past or the present.

Individualized Approach

Together we’ll create a supportive environment to talk openly and confidentially about your concerns and feelings. From there, it’s about finding what specific approach is right for you. With support from us, personal exploration, and reflection you will be able to build resiliency and bounce back from adversity.

Effective Techniques

Our approach is to utilize cognitive techniques and exploration to remove obstacles that prevent healthy adjustment and to improve overall coping, functioning and wellbeing.

Why Human Connection is Critical to Our Mental Health

Connecting face to face with other humans can help to reduce anxiety and depression, improve the way we feel about ourselves and even contribute to a healthy immune system.

How Eating Habits Are Connected to Your Emotional Well-Being

While we know that unhealthy habits have a negative impact on our physical body, research has proven that our eating habits are also intrinsically linked to our mental health.

5 New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Your Mental Health

This year, avoid setting unrealistic goals or adopting a crash diet. Instead, try to choose an attainable goal that is sustainable throughout the year.

What Not to Say When Someone is Grieving

While we are usually well intentioned, it’s easy to say things that are unhelpful and even hurtful to our suffering loved ones. Here are five things not to say to someone who is grieving.

Navigating Divorce: Healing and Moving Forward

Whether you were married for decades and share a family or you were married for months and it just didn’t work out, the same question looms for everyone… what now?

How to Manage Anger by Practicing Mindfulness

In the modern day, growth never happened in a comfort zone. We have to learn to get comfortable taking risks, but it’s never an easy thing to do.

Embracing the Unknown: Learning to Cope with Change

If you’re feeling anxious about change, here are a few ways you can prepare yourself and embrace new things in life.

5 Ways to Manage Stress During the Busy School Semester

If you are a student struggling with your mental health, remember that you are not alone. Reaching out to a mental health professional can be the first step to returning to a healthy, balanced life.

Identifying and Resolving Destructive Behaviour in Your Relationship

If you find yourself looking to start a fight, trying to find issues with your partner or being over-sensitive about things that normally wouldn’t upset you, you may be engaging in a destructive behaviour.

How to Manage Grief

How we grieve is a result of several factors such as our individual personalities, cultural norms, the circumstances of the grief, and the support system we have to help us through.  

Remember, it’s your counselling, and together we will find the right approach for you.

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