What We Can Help You With...
Below, you will find more in-depth information about the different areas of concerns that we can assist you or your child with.
Please feel free to read one or all of the articles below that interest you.
When reading, if any areas of concern resonate with you or remind you of what you are struggling with and you would like some professional support, please contact us and we can discuss how we may be able to help you.
Have you experienced something that shocked and overwhelmed you and now you are finding it difficult to get past?
Do you feel constantly on edge and can no longer relax? Is it hard for you to enjoy the good things that now occur in your life? Do you feel like you are going completely "crazy"?
Do you wonder if you have been traumatized and have no idea what to do about it?
If you would like help in getting past what has happened to you, call us for a consultation or appointment.
If you would like to read more about trauma first, click here.
Do you have feelings are guilt, shame, or self-disgust. Are you feeling unmotivated, down, hopeless, and/or worthless? Are you wondering if you have depression? Are you feeling suicidal?
There is help! – Through our West side clinic, we offer counselling for people who want to feel better and end their struggle with depression.
If you would like to read more before you contact us, click here.
Do you wonder if you have bipolar or what it means now that you have been diagnosed? Are you wondering what this means for you and the rest of your life? Do you feel defeated by the rollercoaster experience that bipolar can create? Are you struggling with knowing how to fix some of the things that happened while you were not healthy?
Or perhaps you are a loved one, struggling with knowing how to help someone who has bipolar? Feeling confused about what is actually helpful and what the difference is between supporting him or her and still taking care of yourself? Perhaps you also feel overwhelmed at the diagnosis and do not really understand what it is or what can be done to manage it.
Both of you may also be wondering how family or other loved ones can be involved so that a strong support team can be developed, while also making sure the person who has bipolar maintains personal rights and privacy?
If these questions sound similar and you would like to learn more, then click here to gain access to several brief videos from our Bipolar Video Series. These videos discuss various topics on bipolar and topics which previous clients have asked about.
Alternatively, feel free to call us directly to ask any questions you may have or to book an appointment.
P.S. We also run Bipolar Support Groups within the Edmonton area. If you are interested in meeting with other people who are living with bipolar, click here for information on group dates and location.
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However, in the meantime, check out these short videos.