What is Psychotherapy:
Mental health counselling, often known as psychotherapy, talk or talking therapy, counselling, or simply therapy, can help people who are dealing with emotional issues, life obstacles, or mental health concerns.
Both children and adults can benefit from therapy, which can be done in an individual, family, couple, or group setting. Facing mental health challenges can be difficult for anyone to deal with on their own. If you are someone who is struggling with coping with challenges in your personal and/or professional life, our counselling services could benefit you. Counselling is meant to help you improve the quality of your life. Therapy will provide you with the right resources and solutions that will promote healing and self-empowerment.
Life obstacles are never easy to overcome on our own. Seeking the right help and guidance can better improve the quality of your life and that is why we offer our patients a safe and judgement-free environment to openly receive therapy. We are located in Toronto but can work remotely with our patients regardless of location. If you're interested in finding out more about our Psychotherapy services, please click the link below and one of our specialists will contact you.
Areas that Psychotherapy can help:
Dealing with personal challenges (relationship issues, career changes, etc.)
Psychotherapy treatment for mental disorders or symptoms of depression, anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks etc.
Negative thinking patterns and limiting beliefs
Low energy and motivation
Improve self-esteem and self-awareness
Learn new coping skills
Dealing with trauma or grief
Is Psychotherapy right for me?
Facing mental health challenges can be difficult for anyone to deal with on their own. If you are someone who is struggling with coping with challenges in your personal and/or professional life, our counselling services could benefit you. Counselling is meant to help you improve the quality of your life. Therapy will provide you with the right resources and solutions that will promote healing and self-empowerment.
Through therapy, you can :
Learn more about yourself and become more self-aware
Learn steps on how to achieve your goals
Learn steps to build fulfillment in your relationship
Learn strategies to improve mental health
Learn to address underlying issues
Some of the common signs you should consider psychotherapy include:
Rage or resentment
Losing Interest in activities
Lingering Problems that can’t be easily resolved
Every day, at least an hour is spent thinking about or dealing with the same problem
The problem makes you feel embarrassed or makes you want to avoid other people
Your quality of life has suffered as a result of the problem
The problem has had a detrimental impact on education, job, and relationships
To deal with the problem, you've made lifestyle modifications or created routines
How to approach a loved one with the idea of Therapy
It can be uncomfortable to tell someone they need treatment or that they should go to therapy. It may be painful to see a loved one struggle with mental illness, but it's critical that individuals decide to get care on their own—as long as they aren't endangering themselves or others.
However, Psychotherapy isn't only for people who are experiencing mental illness. Anyone can benefit from psychotherapy—from individuals coping with stress to those diagnosed with a mental illness or those dealing with a loved one who is living with mental illness.
It's important to note that there is no shame in seeking help and it should never be viewed as a sign of weakness. Therapists offer support and guidance for anyone who’s having difficulty living a healthy and happy life.
Types of Psychotherapy:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
Work with NF Coaching when you are ready to:
Better understand and learn to manage emotional difficulties
Better control thoughts and feelings
Better develop communication skills with partners, children/youth, parents and others
Develop constructive approaches to various challenges in life
Manage stress, anxiety and depression
Deal with relationship conflicts
Together we will:
Work through feelings of shame, betrayal and anger
Increase you feelings of self-worth and self-esteem
Learn how to manage intense emotions
Find more satisfaction and enjoyment in life
Develop your skills at being an attentive and confident parent
Manage your interactions with others
Provide you with suggested tools and resources