Blooming Blossoms Counseling
Counseling Services Offered
General counseling can be valuable to us as a whole. It can help us greatly if we feel undervalued in any area of our lives or if we feel lost and confused in the everyday. We don't always suffer from depression, anger issues or addiction to need a little help in our lives. Sometimes we simply need to let it all out. Venting is good for the soul and a counselor can really help us put things into perspective and learn how to manage our emotions in a positive and healthy way.
Anger and aggression are common emotions that many people struggle to contain. The inability to control angry outburst can affect a variety of relationships in our lives such as - business, family and, friends. We become angry when we feel deceived or frustrated. We become angry when we feel we have been treated unfairly or feel we have been attacked or provoked. An angry response to these situations is perfectly normal and instinctive. However, for some, it can create inappropriate outbursts that can negatively affect important relationships. Anger and aggression counseling can assist us in recognizing triggers and implementing appropriate ways to deal with how we respond. When we learn how to recognize warning signs of outbursts, we can learn to express these volatile emotions in a more controlled manner.
There are many benefits to relationship counseling. A relationship and couples counselor can help us deal with any negative thoughts and feelings and/or provide objective guidance towards our personal and relationship growth. This type of counseling helps couples of all types to explore, recognize, and resolve conflicts in an effort to improve their relationships and interactions with one another. Through counseling, we can be provided with the tools to make thoughtful and intentional decisions about your relationship by exploring and working through issues such as blame, anger, bitterness, critical, resentful behaviours amonst many more
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is consistently growing in popularity. CBT takes a practical approach to problem-solving. It focuses on healing negative thought patterns and the resulting behaviors. CBT is used to treat a wide range of psychological issues. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can be used to treat anger issues, anxiety, chronic pain, addiction, depression, panic disorders, relationship problems, phobias, psychotic disorders, stress disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and eating disorders. Participating in CBT can result in a more positive attitude and obtain a clearer mindset as well as adopt a more fulfilling life.
Grief and Bereavement Counseling
Each and every one of us will experience the pain and grief and endure the process of bereavement at some point in our lives. It is expected and even anticipated human condition yet, an unwelcome intrusion no one is ever really prepared for. A grief and bereavement counselor can use relevant techniques and understanding to help us move forward beyond the pain of loss and take the necessary steps toward healing recovery.