Anger Management:

Anger management is learning how to recognize signs that you are becoming angry and taking action to deal with the situation in a positive way. Through therapy a person's triggers can be identified and a plan can be made on how to react when something triggers you.

Anxiety:

We all get anxious from time-to-time; this is normal and even beneficial to us. However, anxiety becomes a problem when people find that they are anxious a lot of the time, especially if they become anxious about everyday things that pose no particular threat to them.

Behaviour Problems:

These would include bullying behaviour, drug use, opposing authority, fighting etc.

Bereavement / Grief:

This is a reaction to the loss of something or someone. There are different stages to grief and through therapy you learn how to cope with each stage.

Depression:

Depression is a state of low mood and uninterested in things you used to be interested in. When it becomes a problem for your daily functioning, this low mood should be looked into.

Divorce:

When couples decide to get divorced there is many factors that play a role and through mediating discussions answers can be given to the many questions and personal growth can come from this.

Effects of Divorce on Children:

When parents get divorced the children experience a loss and the process of dealing with this change is very important for the child. When not dealt with in the appropriate way it might lead to other problems.

Emotional Difficulties:

Emotional difficulties would include all the general emotions and how to understand what you are feeling and why. Sometimes you might feel angry but if you uncover the underlying emotions like sadness or frustration you might be able to deal with it better.

Learning Difficulties:

A learning disability is not a problem with intelligence or motivation. Kids with learning disabilities aren't lazy or dumb. In fact, most are just as smart as everyone else. Their brains are simply wired differently. This difference affects how they receive and process information.

Life Skills:

A life skill program can be done to cover most bases for example: respect, responsibility, empathy, social skills, problem solving skills etc.

Parental Guidance and Support:

Lots of parents feel like they have their hands in their hair and do not understand or know what to do with their child. Guidance and support on effective parenting could be very useful in this situation.

Relationship Problems:

Relationship or marital problems come in all shapes and sizes. Communication is most often the biggest problem. Learning how to effectively communicate with your loved one might make the road less bumpy.

Sandtray/Play Therapy:

Sand tray therapy allows a person to construct his or her own scene using miniature toys and sand. The scene created acts as a reflection of the person's own life and allows him or her opportunity to resolve conflicts, remove obstacles, and gain acceptance.

Self-esteem:

Building your self-esteem and creating a positive self-awareness comes from taking an inventory of your own strengths and abilities as a human being.

Stress:

Stress is the feeling we have when under pressure, while stressors are the things we respond to in our environment. Dealing and coping with the stress is a difficult task and if not done effectively it can lead to burn out.

Time Management & Study Skills:

Time management and study skills are very important for all learners.

Trauma:

Therapy is extremely important after a traumatic event to help make sense of what happened and to possibly reduce flash backs.