Counselling and Psychotherapy

Body In Tune's integrative approach can affect positive change on your emotional well-being

People pursue counselling and therapy for a variety of reasons. Some may enter therapy to address major life changes, such as divorce, and others may seek help in managing mental health conditions, like depression or anxiety. Most of our therapy clients are ordinary people struggling with common, everyday issues.

Many people seek counselling because they have identified specific goals or issues that they wish to work on, others are encouraged by family, friends, or medical professionals to seek help. Whatever the impetus, it takes courage to attend therapy, and it takes dedication to see it through.

Together, the client and the therapist will determine the goals of therapy and whether it should be a short or long-term partnership. Often, the therapist and client will explore much more than just the client's presenting problem - the issue that first brought the person to therapy. The help of the right therapist can promote self-actualization, empower self-growth, improve relationships, and reduce emotional suffering.

How does it work?

We use various techniques particular to individual client needs and take an integrative approach to affect positive change. Our seasoned practitioners are able to tailor their approach to a wide variety of your needs. We believe that every person is unique and so are their challenges. We believe every person has the capacity to resolve difficulties and improve his/her life. 

You/we are not alone...

  • Mental illness indirectly affects all Canadians at some time through a family member, friend or colleague.
  • 2 in 3 people suffer in silence fearing judgment and rejection (Canadian Medical Association).
  • Mood and anxiety disorders impact an estimated 22% of the Canadian population (CMHA)

     

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Counselling and Psychotherapy can help with:

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  • Problems that cause conflict, difficulties or emotional distress or discomfort
  • Relationship problems and issues with family, spouses, partners, significant others, friends, coworkers, neighbors or other people
  • To gain greater self-understanding, to understand underlying needs, self-actualization
  • Job stress, job loss and career change
  • Major life changes, such as marriage, divorce, parenthood, sexuality, sexual orientation, relocation
  • Death of loved ones
  • Change of belief systems such as religion or lifestyle