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Explore yourself as a therapist and commit to learning ethical and best practice. Our Clinical Supervisors can support therapists in their providing of psychotherapy services. We are specifically trained to support relationship counselling, and couples counselling with our CAMFT approved supervisors

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providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults in the form of individual, couple and family therapy. We are here to support you in maintaining, strengthening and/or changing aspects of your life/relationships.

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A part of the stigma around mental health exists in the power other people and systems hold in defining what “health”, “healing” and “normalcy” look and sound like.

It’s important for each of us to be able to define for ourselves what profess, health, healing and happiness looks like.

What would signs of healing, happiness and/or health be for you?

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Conversations around self care often occur in our centre - and not just with clients, but between therapists too.

Self care is something we are all encouraged to do and yet a lot of people feel shame around the privilege of engaging in self care or self-blame, anger and/or guilt when it’s not something we do. Which just increases the need for self compassion and self care!

What difference does it make to the possible shame, self-blame, anger, guilt etc. if we were to work off this definition of self care?

What can you do today that may qualify as a small (but not insignificant) act of self care?

#selflove #selfcare #selfcompassionchallenge #selfcompassionpractice #selfcompassion #dowhatyoulove #bekind #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #mentalhealthadvocacy #traumarecovery #traumahealing #mississauga #therapistsofinstagram #psychology #psychotherapy #relationshiptherapymississauga
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Imposter syndrome can be experienced by anyone. It’s an experience of self-doubt and feeling like a fraud.

This invites people to discredit their achievements, abilities and strengths.

Feeling doubtful or uncertain is not the same as experiencing the imposter syndrome. When self-doubt is very persistent and there are very few (if any) times you can credit yourself for what you did well and what you achieved, there is often challenging outcomes including but not limited to experiencing worthlessness, anxiety, stress, and missed opportunities.

#impostersyndrome #selfdoubt #selfworth #workfromhome #worklife #career #personaldevelopment #believeinyourself #anxiety #stress #mississaugatherapy #therapistsofinstagram #psychotherapy #relationshiptherapymississauga
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When assessing whether you should remain in a relationship it’s important to give more weight to how things are rather than how you hope them to be.

While we can of course shift the dynamics of relationships, it’s important to live our lives presently and not in a manner where we are always anticipating a time of happiness.

#relationships #relationshipadvice #lifelessons #couplesgoals #marriagetherapy #couplescounseling #breakupmotivation #breakup #selflove #selfgrowth #lifegoals #psychology #pscyhotherapy #depression #traumarelief #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthmatters #relationshiptherapymississauga #mississaugapsychotherapy #affordabletherapy #slidingscale #affordablecounselling #interntherapist #psychotherapyintern
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The ending of romantic partnerships can be amongst the most painful experiences we have in life.

We might experience a mix of emotions; we may feel grief about the ending as well as relief in knowing we might be able to now create some distance between ourselves and turmoil. We may also experience times where a flood of disappointment, betrayal,anger, hopelessness etc. appear in effort to tell us all the ways we “should” have known better, and all the ways we are “worse off” now.

Here is a gentle reminder of the possible positive reframes dating the wrong person might allow us to experience.

Are there things you learned from dating the wrong person?

✨inspired by @justgirlproject ✨
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We live in a society that often pushes the narrative of “grinding it out”. We are encouraged to work hard and play later.

Many of us witness our parents or others in our lives working hard, day in and day out, speaking longingly about retirement.

It is only natural then, for us to assume we need to work hard to earn rest, freedom, relaxation, recuperation, change, enjoyment etc.

What would it look like to consider integrating rest, down time, self care, and fun? Perhaps, this might better allow us to have the fuel to tend to our goals.

#workculture #workhard #relaxation #growthmindset #personaldevelopment #personalgrowth #investinyourself #betonyourself #stressrelief #stressmanagement #burnout #burnoutprevention #psychotherapy #therapy #counselling #counseling #psychology #socialwork #mentalhealth #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealthadvocate #therapistsofinstagram #mississaugatherapy #relationshiptherapymississauga
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How people present and manage their day to day is not always a reflection of what is on their plate and what they are feeling.

What are you most proud of yourself for carrying?

#bekind #selflove #selfcare #strength #resilience #traumarecovery #traumahealing #depressionawareness #anxietyawareness #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthadvocate #psychotherapy #psychology #socialwork #therapy #counselling #counseling #relationshiptherapymississauga
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Anxiety can be so inviting to ruminate on what we should have, could have done. It can also invite us to devote considerable time in thinking about all possibilities for the future.

Heading into this weekend, be gentle with yourself and hone in more around what you DO have control over and how you feel about that current exercising of control.

What within your power will you do more or differently this weekend?

What will you let go of?

✨inspired by @yourselflovematters ✨

#selflove #bekind #weekendmood #anxietyrelief #anxiety #anxietysupport #letgo #recalibrate #selfcaretips #cbttherapy #positivethinking #positivethoughts #healingenergy #protectyourenergy #psychotherapy #psychology #mentalhealth #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealthsupport #socialworker #therapy #mississaugatherapy #relationshiptherapymississauga
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Life can sometimes feel draining, inviting us to feel low on energy and less engaged in connection. This can have a perpetual impact on our energy though, as we may show up in our relationships with efforts to communicate that actually shut down opportunities to connect.

Try to be reflective on the way you’re showing up in conversations and be intentional to ask more open ended questions. Stories and depth can be possible in the most routined questions.

“Did you have a good day?” ➡️ “What did you most like about your day?”

“Do you want lunch?” ➡️ “What would you like to eat for lunch?”

“Are you working tomorrow?” ➡️ “How is your day looking tomorrow?”

#communication #connection #couplegoals #communicationtips #couples #couplescounselor #couplestherapy #familygoals #familytime #personalgrowth #psychotherapy #psychology #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthmatters #gottman #gottmaninstitute #relationshipadvice #relationshiptherapymississauga
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When we care for others, we can sometimes be invited into the trap of offering advice, or being “the voice of reason”.

We can feel so passionately about this in those moments our loved ones are being vulnerable with us, that we often forget how frustrating it feels when we have been met with unsolicited advice.

The Gottman institute highlights how “understanding must precede advice”. More times than not, people just want a space to be heard, seen, and to feel compassion.

Try to challenge yourself today in paying attention to the pulls you may feel into providing advice or being “the voice of reason”. Try to replace this with a message of empathy and validation.

✨Image inspired by @emberrelationshippsychology ✨

#emotions #gottman #relationshipadvice #emotionalintelligence #psychology #psychotherapy #mississaugatherapy #counseling #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #couplestherapy #healthycommunication #communicationskills #mississauga #relationshiptherapymississauga
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January often invites thoughts and commitments towards new beginnings. Perhaps we should make space to equally hold space for thoughts and commitments towards endings.

when we see so many people and social media platforms around us celebrating new beginnings, can be particularly challenging to navigate endings. Know that it is okay to not feel great in January, and that this also does not then need to define the year.

#grief #loss #newbeginnings #breakup #traumarecovery #traumahealing #trauma #ptsd #selflove #selfworth #selfesteem #anxietyrelief #depressionhelp #psychotherapy #psychotherapist #socialwork #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthadvocate #relationshiptherapymississauga
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The way we experienced other peoples reactions to us and engagements with us may strongly influence how we allow ourselves to show up.

Perhaps we learned in our earlier relationships that we need to present in a certain way to be safe, accepted and loved.

Does this way of presenting still serve you? Are there adaptations that can benefit you and your relationships?

Understanding your inner child needs and fears, and your attachment strategies can be so impactful in working towards your preferred identity and relationships.

#attachment #innerchild #innerstrength #safety #selfcare #selflove #growthmindset #growing #healing #traumarecovery #ptsd #psychotherapy #psychology #socialwork #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #therapy #counseling #relationshiptherapymississauga
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