People seek counselling for a variety of reasons. For some, counselling is sought when they have experienced a traumatic event, an unexpected change in life, or a life transition, triggering distress and uncertainty. Even positive events can add stress and overwhelm current coping skills. Others seek counselling when they experience a sense of unbalance in their life while others are striving for personal growth through self-exploration and self-acceptance.
Perhaps you are experiencing one or more of the following:
Counselling can provide a place of support where you can be heard and your experiences validated. It can enhance coping and problem-solving skills thereby strengthening your resiliency for facing future problems in life.
Research has found that:
“The most important aspects of therapy typically are the ‘nonspecific’ factors—the personality of the therapist; having a time and place to talk; having someone care, listen, and understand; having someone provide encouragement and advice; and having someone help you understand your problems”
(Hubble, Duncan, & Miller, 1999, p. 106).
-Excerpt taken from: Hubble, M. A., Duncan, B. L., & Miller, S. D. (1999). The heart and soul of change: What works in therapy. Washington: American Psychological Association
Location: Life Currents Counselling, 325-530 Kenaston Blvd., Winnipeg R3N 1Z4
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