In the course of a lifetime, most of us will experience several personally traumatic incidents. The break up of an important relationship, serious conflict within your family, a serious or life-threatening health problem, the death of a loved one, car accident, financial problems, continuous stress at work, a humiliating or deeply disappointing experience, being victimized by a violent act, etc., can all cause psychological upset. Seeking the advice and perspective of a counsellor can help you regain your certainty and help rebuild your confidence.

Common Individual Issues

  • Feelings of helplessness and hopelessness
  • Panic attacks
  • Personal issues interfering with sleep, eating habits, concentration, or relationships
  • Engaging in compulsive behaviour
  • Persistent worry
  • A blurred sense of identity
  • Prolonged sadness
  • Memory loss of certain time periods, events and people
  • Feeling depressed, lethargic or apathetic
  • Feeling detached from your body
  • Thought of suicide or wanting to harm yourself
  • Increased irritability, inappropriate mood swings, angry outbursts
  • Engaging in bizarre, threatening, extreme or dangerous behaviour
  • Indecisiveness or difficulties making decisions
  • Loss of control of your life
  • Experiencing uncertainty, indecision, or feeling stuck about making a major change in your life
  • Memories of childhood abuse / flashbacks
  • Feeling a lack of joy or fulfillment from life

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