The idea of sharing your fears and thoughts with a stranger can be daunting enough, below are some questions you might have. This is by no means a comprehensive list of questions, but should you have more questions or doubts – please feel free to contact me and discuss your concerns.
What is the difference between a Registered Counselor and Psychologist?
A Registered Counselor provides short-term intervention, supportive counselling, psycho-education and psychological assessments such as career or personality tests.
A Psychologist provides long-term intervention diagnoses and treatment for people who have severe mental illnesses.
What can I expect from Counselling?
You will be able to open up and share your feelings and thoughts without feeling judged. Everything discussed is confidential and will not be shared with anyone. The sessions will give you new insight into your circumstances as well as coping skills for any challenges you are facing.
Is this for me?
The fact that you have been looking for a counselor speaks volumes about you and your situation, as you are seeking assistance or guidance. As long as you are willing to try and change/improve your situation, counselling can offer you hope. The only way you will know for sure is to try it.
Who can benefit from counselling?
Anyone that is 3 years or older, irrespective of their culture or background, will benefit from counselling. The approach might be different and customised for each individual.
How do get started?
Go to the Contact Me page and book an appointment.