As an integrative approach, Charity works from an attachment perspective, and utilizes techniques that explore thoughts, feelings, and bodily experiences. In her sessions you will work together to develop a treatment approach for your specific needs, personality, and capacities. Charity is supervised by Antoine Quenneville; and as such, all or a portion of your fees may be covered by extended insurance.
Charity incorporates many different modalities in her practice while working with clients:
Each of these modalities has its strengths and, depending on the client’s needs, will be incorporated accordingly.
Individual therapy involves one-on-one sessions with the therapist and the individual. Issues can include, but are not limited to, areas such as stress, anxiety, depression, identity, self-esteem/confidence, shame, guilt, past experiences and trauma. The aim of individual therapy is to establish your goals and work towards those by exploring the factors that may be impacting and contributing to the issues. Therapy is done in a confidential and safe environment, free of any judgment where you can feel safe to delve into your thoughts and feelings.
Perinatal counselling is aimed at supporting mothers, fathers, couples and families experiencing some form of pregnancy-related distress. This can include working with parents on issues such as dealing with infertility and miscarriage, birthing trauma, isolation, self confidence, anxiety, renewing a sense of identity as a parent, navigating career transitions, and recognizing and addressing post-partum depression and anxiety.
There can be many benefits to engaging in a counselling process. Counselling provides the opportunity for you to explore any situations, relationships, behaviours, thoughts or feelings that may be causing difficulty in your life, and offers support during a crisis or a challenging, difficult time. It can also provide you the space to gain deeper awareness and insight into yourself and others and develop better ways of understanding and coping with problems or challenges. Better communication and functioning within relationships can be a benefit of the counselling process as well.
A graduate of Saint Paul University’s School of Counselling, Spirituality, and Psychotherapy, Charity works with adults encountering a number of issues including anxiety, grief and loss, depression, abuse, and family of origin struggles. As a person-centered therapist, I believe that the counselling space is a sacred space, and I endeavor to ensure that my clients feel safe, heard, and understood so that, through the therapeutic relationship, there is growth.
|Therapy and Counselling |
|Client No-Show Fee||50.00|
|Monday||10:00am – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 9:00pm|