Individual Counselling for Men and Women

By: Caulder  09-12-2011

Individual Counselling for Men and Women

Therapy to directly address chronic or situational anxiety, fear, depression and anger.
Resolving compulsive behavior, substance abuse and impulsive acting out
Relational coaching for appropriate assertiveness and self expression crisis.
Support during intolerable conflict, infidelity and crisis.
Social skill development and psycho-education to diminish fears, shyness, jealousy and unwanted thoughts
Competency based skills to achieve satisfactory relationships and maintain individuality.

Individual Suffering and Emergency

A variety of techniques and orientations using physical, emotional intellectual and spiritual or intuitive awareness, are utilized to address anger, shyness, anxiety, depression, fear, grief, guilt and shame. Problems may present as obsessive thought, addictions, phobias, sleeplessness or nightmares.
Calming, relaxation, grounding
Guidance to insight
40 years experience in a variety of meditation and spiritual practices


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