We use evidence-based practice to guide our treatment. This approach integrates the best available research evidence with clinical expertise and client values.



Anxiety is a reaction to prolonged stress. When we don’t treat long-standing anxiety, major consequences may arise.


  • Couples counselling

  • Relationship issues

  • Separation / divorce

  • Family issues

  • Parenting difficulties

  • Improving communication skills

  • Depression

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Anger management

  • Sleep difficulties

Most people who have gone through sad life experiences (unemployment, bereavement, psychological trauma) are more likely to develop depression and suffer from sleep and emotional disturbance.
Self-esteem and Body image
  • Eating disorders

  • Body image and appearance-related concerns

  • Weight loss goals

Life Stressors
  • Managing adjustment to changes in life, both good and bad

  • Workplace stress and burnout

  • Bullying

Grief and Loss
Grief is a natural response to loss. It’s the emotional suffering you feel when something or someone you love is taken away.
Trauma could be defined as a physical injury, a wound, a hurt, a defeat, or/and an unpleasant experience that causes abnormal stress.

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