Should you require counselling services in Calgary, we now offer a comprehensive program of top-quality Calgary counselling professionals.Our partner in mental health, Janus Associates, has provided quality counselling since 1976. They have a network of counsellors and psychologists who provide a variety of services across a broad range of issues.
Janus Associates counsellors work with our Preventous team to ensure that patients are able to be healthy in all aspects of life. Janus Associates’ psychologists and counsellors are all registered professionals so costs can be submitted to benefits providers.
Not Sure if you Need Counselling Services?
People access counselling services in Calgary for a wide variety of reasons. Here are just a few:
- You feel mentally well and healthy but want to explore and grow mentally. In this case, counselling services can be like a good physical workout—helpful to enhance psychological fitness, wellbeing and promote resilience.
- You are experiencing some distressing issues but feel like you are coping. Counselling services can improve your ability to cope and increase insights about your thoughts, feelings and behaviour, and develop better ways going forward.
- You are in more severe distress, experiencing difficulty using your normal coping techniques and need to reach out for help. This can happen when someone struggles with a mental health condition like depression or anxiety, but also when you can’t sort out issues like relationship problems, infidelity, job stress, self-doubt, or when you need support during difficult transitions, such as a divorce.
What To Expect From Counselling
Sessions may include work on modifying negative thought patterns and behavioural tendencies, exploring ways to support positive health behaviours, developing strategic planning around coping with challenging people or situations, managing addiction issues and career challenges, or assessing the presence of learning disabilities in adults and children. All sessions are confidential but information can be shared with the treating Preventous professional with the patient’s permission.
More Information About Counselling Services
To learn more about counselling services, visit the following websites: