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relationship counselling

Couples and Relationship Counselling

When we reflect on our lives and what is really important to us, it is often the relationships with our loved ones that we identify as the most important thing in our lives. However, we can have an expectation that because we love someone the relationship should just work.

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Anxiety counselling and psychology

Overcoming Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are the most common reason people come to see a psychologist. Anxiety is very common and is understood to affect one in 20 people at any given time.

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Anger Management

Anger Management

The experience of anger is normal. However for some people their anger is excessive in frequency and duration, and is disproportionate to the event or person who may have triggered it.

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Psychologist and counselling for Substance Abuse

Substance Abuse

Substance abuse occurs when a substance creates problems in our lives. What began as a way to have fun or to avoid things in our life can somehow take over our lives and restrict our choices.

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Stress Management Skills

Stress Management

Stress is often described as a feeling of being overloaded, wound-up tight, tense and worried. We all experience stress at some time

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Addiction counselling

Addiction

Addiction to substances or activities can sometimes lead to serious problems at home, work, school, socially, and erode an individual’s feeling of self-worth and confidence.

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Self Confidence

Assertiveness

Assertiveness is a communication style. It is being able to express your
feelings, thoughts, beliefs, and opinions in an open manner that is clear and respects your own needs and the needs of others.

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grief and loss counselling with psychologist

Grief And Loss

Grief is a normal feeling that we experience as a response to loss. It is an incredibly powerful emotion, which is often accompanied by feelings of shock, anger, sadness, guilt and remorse.

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depression counselling and psychology

Depression

Depression is more than just a low mood. For many people being depressed can mean feeling sad, ‘blue’ down-hearted, disappointed, detached or upset.

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Help with trained psychologist counselling for insomnia

Insomnia

Having sufficient sleep is an important factor in our health and mental well-being. Not sleeping well can contribute to mood swings, becoming irritated and having a very low frustration tolerance.

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Counselling and psychology for Self Esteem

Self Esteem

How we feel and think about ourselves effects how we behave. If we get in a pattern of thinking in a negative way, especially about ourselves, it can have a huge impact on our well-being.

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