Direct Billing Available
Jenni Daines is a Registered Psychologist providing online and telephone counselling in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta
Both online video and phone counselling are proven to have the same effectiveness as in-person sessions
Ask about which method might be right for you.
Coping with COVID
Counselling During COVID-19
Whether you’re a front line worker, a parent, some-one new to working for home or just a person trying to hold it together – chances are you are dealing with a lot of increased stressed and could benefit from added support. Counselling can help deal with anxiety, feelings of hopelessness and anything else that is coming up during COVID-19.
Direct Billing for BlueCross available (covers online and telecounseling services)
Anxiety & Depression
Everyone experiences anxiety and depression to some degree.
Counselling can help if you are looking to better understand your own moods, especially if they are causing problems in your functioning or enjoyment of life. It can feel nerve wracking to start, but it can help get unstuck and/or help lower stress levels.
This works well for chronic anxiety or depression as well as acute or recent short term anxiety/depression.
Grief & Loss
Our culture is not great at processing loss (of any kind).
Whether it’s the death of a loved one, the loss of a relationship or the grief that comes with things not working out. Having another person to see you through the feelings can make it more manageable.
Turning points in our lives can sometimes be tricky to manage.
Change of any kind usually brings up a lot of emotions as we resituate ourselves into a new circumstance. Whether it’s post graduation, learning to live after divorce or the birth of child, this can be a time to re-look at coping, resources and overall patterns.
Parenting is a time of all sorts of struggles and as everyone says – there is no manual for this!
Counselling provides the opportunity to understand our own unique challenges and provides personalized information on the best ways to create calm, connect with children and negotiate discipline.
This works well for new parents, blended families and anyone looking to evolve their parenting style.
*Recommended as a first step if you are considering counselling for a child age 10 or younger.
Humans are wired for connection.
Therefore, navigating relationships whether personally or professionally is a big part of our everyday lives. Counselling can help with strategies to improve the quality of your relationships and get unstuck in relationship patterns.
To book an appointment or if you have any questions, please contact me today.