No doubt at one point or another everyone has felt angry at something. Anger is a good thing as it is allowing us to express negative emotions and not letting them bottle up inside. It is how we mange this anger that can cause the problems.
Everyone has experienced fear, at one time or another, with symptoms such as a pounding heart, fearful thoughts, sweating etc. Fear is an essential emotion to have. It’s important to have that physiological state or gut feeling that tells us something isn’t quite right or that warns us of a potential danger.
Career Counselling helps people assess their skills, needs, and desires in order to find a career that works for them. This type of counselling is considered to be an important step to take before deciding on a permanent career.
Childhood is a period of growth, development and at times intense change. Young people are often bombarded with an array of physical and emotional changes. For some this is an exciting process, for others it may be slightly more challenging and they may require some extra support that our counsellors can provide.
Generally, couple’s therapy has been shown to lead to significant improvements in relationship matters by helping one another to relate to one another and move past any roadblocks that may be present. The fact of the matter is couple’s therapy can be conducted with any type of couple.
Men and women have an equally hard time dealing with the separation that’s involved in a FIFO relationship. It is doing the best you can to balance the see-saw when you are involved in FIFO work.
‘Addiction’ can mean many things to many people, but in general it refers to repeatedly using a substance (such as drugs) or engaging in an activity (such as gambling) for pleasure, even though doing so causes harm or interferes with everyday life.
Throughout life, we experience many instances of grief. Grief can be caused by situations, relationships, or even substance abuse. Children may grieve a divorce, a wife may grieve the death of her husband, a teenager might grieve the ending of a relationship, or you might have received terminal medical news and are grieving your pending death.