What is Clinical Counselling?
Clinical counselling uses established mental health practices to help you understand the nature of the psychological difficulties you may be dealing with. It can help you attain new insights into existing challenges, gain new skills to minimize and manage the impact of problems and help you work through past issues to overcome them and reach emotional freedom.
How can clinical counselling help me?
We provide clinical counselling in New Westminster and Surrey. Our counsellors have helped people with many different types of issues such as:
- Pain management & addiction
- Reduce anxiety and deal with stress
- Recover from depression
- Work out relationship and family struggles
- Come to terms with their sexuality
- Cope with grief and loss
- Navigate major life transitions
- Sort out problems at work
- Improve self-esteem
- Resolve trauma and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder)
- Find more meaning and depth in their lives
- Memory loss/ Alzheimer / Dementia
- Kinesiophobia/ Fear Avoidance Behaviour
- Chronic Pain Disorders
What to expect from our clinical counsellors in New Westminster and Surrey?
All our Registered Clinical Counsellors in New Westminster or Surrey are either members of the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC), the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (CPCA) or the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) and have completed a relevant master’s degree. Our counsellors are committed to providing quality counselling services that are focused on your needs. Each of our counsellors bring a different background and approach to their practice which provides you with several options within our health and wellness clinics that can be tailored to your requirements. Our clinical counsellor can provide you with anger management counselling, depression counselling, anxiety counselling, marriage counselling and trauma counselling.
Call us today to book a session with one of our clinical counsellors in New Westminster or Surrey
We accept insurance from most providers which includes:
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