At Bliss Counselling, we are a team of social workers, psychotherapists, sexologists, and counsellors who represent some of KW’s leading experts in the relationship and mental health field. The talented associates at Bliss boast extensive experience and training in a variety of areas, offering specialized services to meet our clients’ needs. We believe therapy is not “one-size fits all”, so we have made it our mandate that every associate specializes in a designated area providing a greater level of expertise to our clients.
Specializations include: Sex Therapy, Relationship Therapy, Stress of post secondary schooling, anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions, parenting. Therapies practice would include hypnotherapy, EMDR, skills drawn from CBT therapy, skills drawn from DBT therapy, mindfulness, psychodynamic, solution focused.
We offer a range of therapies here including; Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). We do a lot of work with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety and trauma. We also offer couples counselling.
We have a student rate of $95, just tell us that you are a student.
We have a number of experienced counsellors who work at Cardinal offering daytime, evening and weekend appointments. Our fees are often covered by extended health benefits (and I know are covered by the University of Waterloo plan).
I specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR).
I specialize in the treatment of anxiety (generalized, panic, social) and trauma (acute and complex).
Innovative Psychotherapy to Meet Your Needs - I am passionate about working with you to address your concerns in the way that fits best for you. I specialize in working with people dealing with past abuse issues or other trauma, illness, disability, mental health concerns or other exceptional needs, caregiving (including young carers), bereavement, parenting, postpartum mood disorders, and issues about gender identity (individuals or family members).
Rosie, Therapy Dog in Training - Rosie is a Barbet (French Water Dog) who is in training to work at Hope for Families Counselling Centre. She is available to attend most therapy sessions.
Partnering with the Psychotherapy Matters Virtual Clinic, we can access a Psychiatrist together through teleconference sessions for assessments, medication evaluations and follow up appointments if needed. This provides faster access to psychiatric services and better care coordination. The fees for the Psychiatrist are covered through OHIP.
There is free parking out front and our office is wheelchair accessible.
Insights Counselling and Consulting specializes in providing treatment for individuals experiencing anxiety, mood disorders, escalated stress, or trauma. By harnessing new technological innovations, Insights is able to offer traditional counselling services in-person, or securely online through video or talk (phone) sessions.
Mental health conditions can take many forms, just as physical illnesses do. Mental health conditions are still misunderstood but they are treatable just like any other physical illness. Everyone deserves care, help, and support. Insights' approach is informed by the belief that all individuals deserve to exist in a state of being that truly resonates with their identity and values. The most important relationship in life is the one with yourself. At Insights, this relationship will be nurtured and given the upmost respect.
I have extensive experience working with sexual abuse survivors, all forms of abuse, dissociation, anxiety, depression and PTSD. I started working in the field in 1987 and have been in private practice since 2002. I have worked with children and adults with ADD and ADHD for many years and have recently worked with a number of adults with Asperger’s.
I specialize in working with trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, overwhelm, insecurity, relationship issues. I have been practicing as a Psychotherapist for 27 years.
I've worked with many university students struggling with anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, self-harm, relationship struggles, trauma & PTSD, loss & grief, low self-esteem, perfectionism, general stress, being away from home, issues related to sexuality, sexual orientation, and/or gender identity .
Given my work at the university, I'm familiar with the many stressors students face these days. I'm also well versed with both on and off campus supports. I'm a strong advocate for students, i.e. helping them to access supports through Accessibility Services, Counselling & Health Services, etc.