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The Art of Writing Therapeutic Letters

Therapeutic letters are an effective way to connect, highlight progress, and promote further reflection. This has significantly benefited my practice, and I am certain it will benefit yours too.

Counselling

The Importance of Being Present

Being present might be the most important and equally undervalued resource that helpers and counsellors have to offer. However, it...

Counselling

Tips for Blended Family Counselling

The following excerpt comes from our book, Counselling in Relationships: Insights for Helping Families Develop Healthy Connections. The “Blended Families” chapter...

Counselling

Tips for Counselling Single Parent Families

The following excerpt comes from our book, Counselling in Relationships: Insights for Helping Families Develop Healthy Connections. The chapter, “Single-Parent Families,”...

Counselling

Tools for Collaborative Counselling

Counselling is a collaborative effort between counsellor and client. This shared process means each person involved has agency and responsibility...

Counselling, Personal Growth

Two-Eyed Seeing – Our Reconciliation Journey

Two-eyed seeing is a way of learning to look at the world that embraces the strengths of Indigenous ways of knowing and the strengths of Western methods of understanding.

Counselling

Understanding the Cultural Faces of Depression

Culturally competent mental health clinicians must be familiar with both the DSM-5’s understanding of depression and the variations in which depression may present for our patients.

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