Personalized clinical counseling for improved mental health
Clinical counselling is a branch of mental health counselling that focuses on providing therapy to individuals, couples, and families dealing with psychological and emotional issues. Clinical counsellors help their clients to overcome a wide range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, and relationship problems.
Clinical counselling is conducted in a one-on-one setting either in person or remotely. Clinical counsellors use a variety of therapeutic techniques and approaches to help their clients, including cognitive-behavioral therapy.
The goal of clinical counselling is to help clients gain insight into their problems, develop coping skills and strategies, and ultimately achieve greater emotional and psychological well-being.
At your first visit, you will spend dedicated 1-on-1 time with your counsellor. During this time, you can expect:
It’s important to note that the first counseling session may be emotionally challenging, and it’s okay to feel uncomfortable or unsure. Your counselor is there to support you, and they will work with you to create a safe and supportive environment where you can work through your feelings and experiences.
Clinical counselling can be a valuable resource for individuals who have experienced a motor vehicle accident (MVA). MVAs can be traumatic experiences that can result in physical injuries, emotional distress, and psychological trauma. Clinical counselling can help individuals who have experienced an MVA in a number of ways:
If you have been involved in a car accident, you are pre-approved for 12 counselling sessions from ICBC.
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