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What are you doing for Self-Care?

As we keep on being in shut down, it’s important for us to remember Self-care is more important now as we have less connections with people. Life can sometimes become overwhelming. Self-care can improve your mood, reduce anxiety, and teach you how to treat others. If you are experiencing: 1) poor sleep or sleeping more2)

Empower your Child to kick Anxiety to the Curb

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Anxiety is one of the most common mental health concerns for children and their parents. But how can you, as a parent tell is your child’s anxiety is interfering with their everyday life? A Quick Anxiety Quiz Does your child often complain about headaches, tummy aches, or not feeling well and there is no medical

Coping with Back to School Anxiety for Parents

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Moms and Dads school this year is just going to be different. We’ re all going to be reaching differently to school this year and that’s OK. For many families heading back to school will be a relief as we try to get back into what is our usual routine. Your child in Primary School

Coronavirus Anxiety – you’re not alone

If constantly reading and being exposed to all the coronavirus news is making you feel stressed, you’re not alone. Many people are sharing their worries with their families and friends and publicly on social media. Experts say overloading on information about coronavirus and the impact on your life and the economy, can make you particularly

Social Distancing in the Age of Covid-19 and Keeping Emotional Connected

The coronavirus pandemic and resulting advice from public health to stay home as much as possible (depending on your job), avoid gathering in groups and keep clear of close contact with other people even on the street has intensified the harm that social isolation causes many people. How do we manage Social distancing in order

COVID-19 emergency and eCounselling

To our valued clients, We hope you are well and managing during these trying and constantly changing times.During this uncertain time, it is important for us to care for our basic needs of health and safety, including emotional health. The health, safety and well-being of our clients is our top priority, and we following the

Moms and Alcohol

Moms and Drinking   We’ve all seen the memes on social media about parenting and drinking, mother’s little helper or if you can read this get me a glass of wine.   While alcohol is part of most social occasions and part of our westerner society when does your drinking get out of hand?  When

Is Lack of Sex Impacting Your Relationship?

  We know having a satisfying sexual and intimate relationship is an important part of a loving relationship for couples. But why does our sex life fizzle out? How much sex is enough sex? How often should a couple be intimate in a close and loving partnership? Does it matter?   People differ in the

Can a support group replace therapy with a trained professional?

Are you looking for support outside of therapy? Can online discussions between peers or a support group replace therapy with a trained professional?   What is a support group?   Support groups are helpful for when you must cope with what you cannot change. Support groups are best for handling issues, situations, and challenges that


 Insomnia is a sleep disorder where people have falling sleeping, staying asleep or waking up much earlier than usual. Insomnia will cause daytime sleepiness, low energy, irritability, memory issues, and a depressed mood.   People can develop insomnia because of other health issues such as cancer, arthritis, breathing issues or pain related problems. Other times