Psychotherapy helps you understand your thoughts, feelings and associations. You can use that understanding to take control of life’s choices. It is an effective way to turn daily frustration, confusion or unease into energy that works form rather than against you.
Assertiveness is a way to communicate your needs or rights in a way that respects the rights of others as opposed to being aggressive or passively accepting something that is wrong. You can use this understanding to make choices which better reflect your values.
Trauma is defined as any event that overwhelms your nervous system. Depending on your age and choices at the time, many experiences can be traumatic because they cause similar effects on your nervous system where we feel powerless, overwhelmed, or confused.
Depression causes feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and emptiness. It’s one of the most common mental illnesses and can be debilitating for those that experience it. There are many effective treatments that can manage your depression symptoms.
Social distancing and sheltering in place can put a strain on any family. Extra strain can come from a family member struggling with depression, anxiety, life's challenges, a parent needing help with communication, conflict, parenting or behavioral issues.
Grief is what you experience when you lose something or someone close to you. People often associated grief with the death of a pet or loved one. However, you can also experience grief after any important loss in their life.
Relationship challenges can sometimes leave you feeling confused, hurt, and even hopeless. Maybe you or your partner have been in an affair, you’re having the same argument over and over again or social distancing is putting extra pressure on your relationship.
Some anxiety from time to time is normal and healthy; it can help motivate you and help get you out of tough situations. But when anxiety lasts for weeks or months, develops into a constant sense of dread or begins to affect your everyday life, you may have an anxiety disorder.
When it comes to addiction, it’s difficult to be objective and admit you have a problem. If gaming, alcohol, drugs, or other influences are causing negative effects in your life, it’s time to take a closer look and come to terms with the fact that you might have an addiction. Once you can accept that, you’re already on the path to recovery.
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Whether you are trying to get to the bottom of things, or just stay on top of them, Brad is a Registered Psychotherapist who can work with you to achieve the results you want. Since 2006, Brad has been helping individuals, couples, and families achieve the insights which empower them to live fuller, more satisfying lives. Where appropriate he will coordinate with other CARESPACE service providers to design a comprehensive personal Health Plan that will become your road map to success.
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