“ I offer in-person counselling to both adults and youth in Vancouver and online sessions. My in-person counselling sessions are based in East Vancouver and I offer online counselling sessions using the Jane App. ”
What Is Counselling?
Counselling is a voluntary process where a variety of concerns can be discussed including but not limited to depression, anxiety, childhood abuse, traumatic experiences, stress, self-esteem issues, grief and loss, and self-harm. Talking to a counsellor can help an individual gain awareness, clarify issues, identify patterns regarding their behavior, where they feel stuck, and how to move forward. Together, you and your counsellor will determine measures to help you cope. While it is not possible to change the past, it is possible to change how you think, feel and react to past experiences which in turn will help you in both your present day and in the future.
What Counselling Is Not
Things To Consider Before You Start Your Counselling Journey
I have worked as a counsellor for over six years and during this time I have supported a range of people on many different issues. Based on this and my own life experience, I encourage you to think about the following before you start counselling:
Things To Consider Once You Start Your Counselling Journey
Starting your counselling journey can feel both terrifying and a relief. Some people have had counselling in the past and thus, are more familiar with the process. I invite you to think about the following once you start counselling:
Things To Consider Once You Finish Your Counselling Journey.
Finishing your counselling journey can feel both exciting and upsetting. Some people have formed a good relationship with their counsellor and thus they feel sad about leaving.
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