At some point in your life, you are likely to experience emotional and interpersonal distress from a challenging situation such as relationship or marital conflict, a life transition such as a career change or new stage of life, prolonged unhappiness or uncertainty, feeling stuck, loss or parenting struggles.
If you’re feeling stuck, confused, frustrated, lonely, sad, exhausted, overwhelmed, anxious, fearful, angry, worried, depressed or heartbroken, individual counselling and psychotherapy can provide you with effective strategies for change and get you back on track.
You may not think so, but seeking the guidance of a professional counsellor or psychotherapist to overcome your concerns is definitely an indicator of courage and strength.
In a warm, supportive and non-judgmental environment, you will be gain new skills to cope with your challenges in healthier ways, shift your perception and change unhelpful patterns of behaviour.
Susan’s individual counselling and psychotherapy approach integrates cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy, relationship counselling, communication skills and client-centred and solution-focused methods. Areas of expertise include:
As a registered member of the College of Psychologists, Susan’s fees for counselling, psychology and psychotherapy services are $230 per 50-minute session and are eligible for insurance reimbursement under most extended benefits plans.