New Beginning Counselling Services in the Fort Erie, Ridgeway area offers Individual counselling for general and specific presenting issues of concern, while recognizing that there are unique struggles based on individual circumstances. As a Clinician and Sociologist, trained in Sociological Social Psychology, I respectively recognize and address the distinctive differences impacting:
Specific or Generalized issues of concern
Counselling is available for adult individuals over the age of 16.
If you are experiencing anxiety, stress, feeling depressed, struggling to
concentrate or have an addiction then maybe it's time to consider counselling.
Counselling can help you gain clarity, direction and personal insight.
Learn how to move from feeling stuck to feeling empowered.
INDIVIDUALCOUNSELLING is available for the following Problems in Living:
alcohol, pharmaceutical misuse, illicit drug use, pornography addiction, sex addiction, gambling
panic attacks, fear, stress, return to work fears
frustration to rage, unresolved trauma, easily mad, short fuse, impatient
feeling alone, lack of sleep or too much, poor eating, unmotivated, weight changes, hopelessness
Grief and loss
sad, alone, empty inside, lost someone you love, end of a relationship, pet grief
struggling with your sexual identity, sexual orientation, questioning
struggling with what is a healthy relationship, hurtful or stressful issues, poor communication, arguing, lack of intimacy, blended family dynamic issues of concern or life transitions
feeling worthless, negative self image, lack of confidence
fear of intimacy, victim of sexual, verbal, emotional abuse; Erectile Dysfunction, gender or sexual orientation uncertainties, sexual addictions, performance anxiety
post traumatic stress, (PTSD), past experiences affecting your relationships or life, victim of domestic violence (DV), sexual assault, coercion, victim of a crime
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The important thing
not to stop questioning.
`` Albert Einstein
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.
― Winston S. Churchill
It takes courage to change and willingness
to let go
of what was
in order to discover what could be.
Resolve presenting issues of concern
Learn how to express your feelings
Identify ineffective thinking traps
Acquire practical coping skills
Improve your self-esteem and self-confidence
Learn how to cope with anxiety and depression
Discover ways to heal past hurts
Learn how to navigate recovery for addictions
Improve the quality of your significant relationships
Learn how to change maladaptive behaviours
Learn how to satisfy unmet needs and wants
Learn effective communication skills
Learn how mindfulness helps to cope
Learn how to be authentic!