Jacey believes that many of our issues stem from a lack of self-understanding and compassion. She finds that strengthening these issues along with developing an awareness of who we really are and how we act can help alleviate a lot of the struggles we deal with. It's her observation that when we are not happy in our relationships, we tend to create a negative lens of the world. With some psycho-education and practice we can start to improve the way we communicate, manage conflict and navigate our experiences.
Develop the confidence to trust in yourself and be decisive in your actions without fear of making the wrong decision or for being judged for not making the right one.
Learn how to resolve conflicts in a healthy and productive way without compromising your own values, integrity, boundaries or self-respect so that everyone involved feels heard and respected.
Develop the strength and resilience to cope with a variety of work issues including handling conflict, occupational stress, returning to work, employment leave, motivation issues and feeling stuck.
Stress and Burnout
Learn to reduce your stress and prevent burn out by practicing mindfulness, implementing relaxation techniques, setting boundaries, doing things you enjoy and prioritizing self-care.
Reframe your thoughts and experiences to challenge the unhelpful beliefs that harm your self-image so that you can start to feel good about yourself and live your life with confidence and self-love.
Regardless of your family structure, counselling can help you improve communication, set boundaries, resolve conflicts, and develop a healthy family dynamic where every member is heard and respected.
Grief and Loss
Grieve your loss at your pace in a caring and supportive environment as you move through the different stages of grief and begin to take the steps to move on from your loss and heal.
Gender and Sexuality
Feel supported in a safe and accepting space for you to explore your sexuality and gender identity, process and heal from discrimination, and gain the strength to come out and be your authentic self.
Identify, understand, and work through the experiences, thoughts, and feelings that are making you feel depressed and learn effective coping strategies to help you overcome them to live a happier life.
Work together to get through rough patches, improve communication, nurture intimacy, rebuild trust, set boundaries, make parenting decisions, and handle separation or divorce constructively.
Identify and change the patterns of behaviour that make it difficult for you to make decisions, ask for help, set boundaries, be alone, or stop yourself from feeling responsible for other people’s behaviours.
If you have experienced trauma as a child, counselling can help you understand, process and heal from what has happened to you so that you can move on with confidence, strength and resilience.
Regain control in your life and learn how to control your anger by improving communication skills, expressing yourself in healthy ways, learning to relax, reframing your thoughts, and practicing gratitude.