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Counselling and Psychotherapy

Counselling And Psychotherapy

Counselling and Psychotherapy can both be helpful if you’re seeking a happier, more fulfilled and meaningful life.

Counselling may be a better option than psychotherapy if:

  • You have specific issues or short term problems you wish to address
  • You wish to learn coping skills to help better manage stress and improve relationships
  • You are coping with life transitions and adjustments, such as divorce or grief
  • You are coping with addiction issues
  • You are looking for someone who is essentially a “coach” who can guide and support you as you learn to recognize problems and formulate healthy solutions yourself

A psychotherapist may be a better option if:

  • You have problems that are significantly impacting your life and relationships
  • You are coping with past trauma, or if you believe situations in the past may be playing a role in your current issues
  • Your present issues are chronic or recurring concerns
  • You have a chronic medical condition (such as autoimmune disease, cancer, etc.) that is affecting your emotional well-being
  • You have a diagnosed mental health condition such as bipolar disorder or a major anxiety disorder
  • You have seen a counsellor and your issues aren’t improving even though you’ve been actively working on solutions
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