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Individual Counselling

Constantly worried, nervous, avoidant, procrastination, tired, exhausted even, have low energy, unhappy, never satisfied, unmotivated, confused, directionless and cannot seem to make any decisions, difficult to control anger, irritable, exaggerated sense of responsibility and excessive guilt, and dislike of who I am. These are a few of the common experiences people have reached out for help because it interferes with their ability to be happy, to live authentically, and to have real and deep connections with themselves and others.

Relationship Counselling

When we argue, feel hurt, not understood, not being heard, and feel like we don’t matter, this drives us away from the person that we may care a lot about. It seems that no matter how hard we try, every interaction leads into a disagreement and then it escalates from there. We no longer feel like we can talk about anything, or trust that they will not misunderstand our intentions, and then it ends up with both of us moving apart from each other, both physically and emotionally. This happens between two or more people, who’s lives are intertwined with each other.

Parenting & Children Challenges

Parenting is difficult because the communication between a parent and their child (regardless of age and abilities) is often misfiring. A child’s way of interacting with their parents is often communicated through their behaviors, rather than using their words, even for those are very capable of verbalizing their thoughts. On the other hand, sometimes our children will use words that are hurtful or react in ways beyond proportion to the situation.

Working with Men

Pressure, anxiety, expectations, sadness, loneliness, frustration, and shame are difficult enough to handle, but when society does not allow room for men to feel and show their emotions in a healthy way, these pains get suppressed inwards and starts to burn us from the inside out. We cannot function at our optimal, yet we cannot ask for help or show that we are struggling. The result is a sense of helplessness and feeling trapped.

Transitions and Decisions in Life

First or subsequent generations of immigrants and migrants, life milestones, school and career choices and paths, growing and independence, relationships, marriage, children, aging, illness, caregiving, and death are moments that can feel like there is a “right” and a “wrong” way to go about it. We end up having sleepless nights, headaches, irritability, and anxiety about these events. We may avoid thinking about it or procrastinate on what needs our attention urgently.