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Am I Sad or is it SAD?

 
The winter months can be challenging for many reasons.  We live with shorter days and limited sunlight exposure.  We tolerate frigid temperatures that make us want to hibernate and can interfere with participating in activities we would otherwise enjoy.  There...

6 Ways to Give Yourself the Gift of Self-Care This Holiday Season

As the holiday season reaches full swing, many of us may find that along with the joyful hustle and bustle can also come pressure, grief, tension, loneliness, disappointment and other heavy emotions. Stress and depressive feelings can be amplified as...

Healthy Conflict

 
Conflict is normal in healthy relationships and disagreements occur in our daily lives. Some may see conflict as something negative and try to avoid it. However, managing conflict and developing skills to communicate in a healthy way are skills that...

Winter Isolation

 
Winter is a time for hibernation.  We spend 90% of our time indoors and away from the cold.  I mean, who doesn’t love a day of sitting by the fireplace with a warm cup of tea and cozy blanket? I...

Heartbreak

 
Heartbreak is a painful experience. The pain that a person goes through can be beyond words and explanations. Feeling sad, lonely, and hurt are among a few emotional experiences that one has including physiological sensations such as heaviness in the...

Resolving Perpetual Problems in Relationships

 
One of the most common reasons couples attend counselling is for conflict resolution. In many cases, these couples are stuck because despite many attempts at finding resolution some of their problems just don’t seem to go away.  They come in...

Dating

 
Dating can be a confusing and stressful experience for many people, especially those who are coming out of a long-term relationship. The process of dating has been moving faster and faster in recent years. Terms like “friends with benefits,” “hook-up,”...

 Life in BALANCE

 
Do you feel pulled in a million different directions?  In a culture that celebrates busyness and overachievement, we can find ourselves like a hamster in a treadmill racing from one thing to the next.   We pack our day with commitments...

The Impact of Believing that You’re Alone Part 1

Many of us have the core belief that we are alone in this universe. As I’ve witnessed with many clients, that core belief has a negative impact on how we address our needs, take care of ourselves, set boundaries, and...