Phone: (403) 253-7135  |  Fax: (403) 252-1291

 

SERVICES

At the heart of Master’s Counselling Services is confidential and caring therapy provided by compassionate and competent counsellors who work collaboratively with the client to discover a solution that is right for the situation.

 

Our team of counsellors are trained to provide counselling services for a range of personal, marital, family and/or work-related problems within a safe and confidential setting. Counselling services can be made available either face-to-face or by phone/Skype/FaceTime.

 

Counselling issues addressed:

  • Abuse
  • Depression
  • Poor Self-Esteem
  • Pregnancy Loss
  • Addictions
  • Eating Disorders
  • Pre-Marriage Preparation
  • Anger
  • Fear
  • Spiritual Awareness
  • Anxiety
  • Guilt/Shame
  • Developmental issues
  • Bereavement/Grief
  • Loneliness
  • Stress
  • Trauma
  • Career Planning
  • Marriage & Family Communication
  • Conflicts
  • Personal development
  • Communication
  • Relationship issues
  • Family concerns
  • Parenting
  • Separation -Divorce
  • Family Violence
  • Childcare
  • Eldercare
  • Life transitions
  • Sexuality
  • Addictions (alcohol, drugs, gambling, internet, sexual)
  • Retirement
  • Health and Work-related concerns Career development

About Counselling:

 

Apart from behaviour therapy, all the schools of therapy share the goal of increasing awareness/insight with the goal of creating change. Research (Miller, Duncan, & Hubble, 1997) has shown rather consistently that successful versus unsuccessful therapy is the result of the quality of the counselling relationship, not the therapeutic approach used.

 

There are three factors that contribute to a successful relationship with a counsellor:

  1. how prepared you are to make personal changes in your life;
  2. your feelings and beliefs about how helpful the therapist is; and
  3. a feeling of connection with the therapist – does what the therapist says “click” for you at a gut level?

Approximately 85% of a positive outcome in counselling can be attributed to these three factors that you control (Duncan & Miller, 2000).

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