Anxiety, depression and stress are emotional responses that can occur due to a wide variety of personal conflicts or situations which everyone experiences and handles differently. When it comes to managing your condition, including depression and anxiety or coping with grief and loss, Barbara uses an approach to couple and family counselling that is a brief, emotionally focused therapy model. This is used to resolve conflict or to recover from affair issues. Interventions are aimed at developing healthy communication in relationships, by addressing difficult emotional issues and focusing on the strengths of each individual.
Some of the key areas Barbara focuses on to help resolve or outline coping strategies are listed below. These services include helping individuals, couples or families dealing with addictions, abuse, divorce and axiety across Aurora. Each client receives a customized plan to help with their experiences.
Barbara's Approach to Family Counselling
Barbara's approach to family counselling is based on coaching parents and children to manage difficult issues in a peaceful manner. Communication is the key to successful family life. Barbara has vast experience in helping families through obstacles, such as parent and child/teen conflict, mental health and addiction issues, to name a few.
Whether you need marriage counselling, anger management or coping strategies for stress or anxiety in Aurora, please contact Barbara today to schedule an appointment.
Barbara can also be found via her profile on www.DivorceHappens.ca.
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