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Counseling/ Therapy Services

We counsel on the following topics and more...

  • Family Conflict/ Counseling​

  •  Individual counseling

  • Anger Management

  • Behavioral Issues

  • Trauma Focused Counseling

  • Stress Management 

  • Life Transitions

  • Depression & Anxiety

  • Domestic Abuse / Violence Counseling

  • Adolescent Counselling

  • Grief Counseling

  • Relationship Counseling

  • Pre-Marital & Marital counseling​

  • Conflict management

  • Healthy communication

  • Boundaries

Conflict/ Counseling 

Family conflict counseling can also be known as family counseling. Families who are having family misunderstandings go for family counseling. Family counseling helps families find the root of their challenges. 

In family counseling, the family gets to learn:

  • How to set boundaries and respect each other's boundaries

  • How to communicate effectively 

  • How to resolve conflict 

  • How to deal with grief 

  • Parenting styles 

  • Inculcate empathy in a family relationship 

The strategies the family counselor uses are free of judgment and neutral. Every member of the family participates in family counseling except for other reasons. 


The aim of anger management is for you to have control over any cause of anger. These causes could be psychological, physical, or emotional. It is expected for you to be angry over something; it shows that you are responsive to stimuli. But when the anger is turning into a rage, then it is something for you to be worried about.

Anger can be internal, which is anger with yourself, or external, which is anger with something or somebody else. You need anger management if you get angry easily, always irritated and grumpy.

Ways you can control your anger include

  • Acknowledge that you get angry easily

  •  Learn what triggers your anger and avoid them

  •  Think before you act

  • Sometimes let things slide

  • Do breathing exercise when you feel your temper rising

Trauma Focused

If you are having a particular trauma that makes you not want to move past it, then trauma-focused counseling can help you. 

Trauma-focused counseling helps control your reaction to trauma.  The counseling for trauma is evidence-based, both clinical practices and patients' awareness of trauma are combined to form techniques that will help the patient with trauma.  

An understanding of a child's psychological and behavioral responses to a traumatic incident is provided by trauma-focused therapy. The benefits of trauma-focused counseling include the following: 

  • Helps you build resilience against fear

  • Helps you develop coping skills that will suit your abilities 

  • Makes you aware of your trauma triggers 

  • Helps you manage your trauma triggers.


Change is a must, and there is nothing we can do about it. A life transition is a change from one area of your life to another. During life transitions, you must understand that it is not an easy process. Sometimes a whole lot of mental work is involved in accepting the new life that awaits you.

It is worth noting that, some transitions are smooth while others are not; some are planned, like getting married, while others are not, like losing your job. 

Coping techniques that can help you with life transitions include:

  • Acceptance of the uncomfortable journey

  • Stating and acknowledging your beliefs and life goals

  • Focus on the positive side

  • Do some form of self-care 

  • Look for support

Domestic Abuse/
Violence Counseling

Domestic abuse counseling is a kind of therapeutic counseling that helps individuals who have experienced domestic violence. Counselors who do this type of counseling provide a safe space and have lots of patience for their clients. Domestic abuse can happen to both males and females. 

Domestic violence can be inflicted by a family member, friend, or colleague. A certified mental health professional is to handle any form of domestic abuse. Benefits of domestic abuse counseling include: 

  • Gain knowledge of the fact that you are abused 

  • Overcome the trauma of being abused 

  • Ability to open up and be yourself without any form of hate and judgment 

  • Prevents you from committing suicide 

  • Improve your self-esteem


Adolescent counseling is counseling for teens and young adults. This therapy session helps adolescents through life changes. Through adolescent counseling, teens and young adults can understand how they think, act, and behave.

The ages for adolescent counseling are between 10 and 19. This is because at such a young age, people are aware of changes within and around them but have no idea how to deal with these changes.

Benefits of adolescent counseling:

  • They get to have control over their mood swings

  • They get to learn better sex education

  • It prepares them for adulthood

  • Adolescents' counseling helps adolescents communicate better with their parents.

  • Adolescent counseling serves as a safe space without any form of judgment for adolescents.



Everyone needs some form of guidance when it comes to a career. Career counseling helps place individuals on the right career path by using their abilities and their personalities as guides.

Career counseling helps students, workers, the unemployed, and businesspeople make informed decisions about the career path they choose to follow. It also helps you when you want to transition from one job to another.

Here are ways that career counseling can help you

  • Career counseling will help you know if you are fit for a career path or a job through an assessment test and counseling sessions.

  • Through career counseling, you become aware of cluster career paths

  • You become fully aware of your abilities and skills 

  • Career counseling helps you know the work pay of a career path

  • You get to know and learn the necessary skills needed for a particular job role.



This type of therapy helps you overcome any sadness you are feeling over a deceased person. People who need grief counseling are feeling guilt, cannot get over their loved one, or are having nightmares about the deceased person.

Grief counseling helps you move past the pain and control your emotions during grief. During counseling, the mental health profession looks for empathetic ways to make the patient talk about important things about the deceased.

For the grieving patient to be able to talk about the specialties of the deceased person during counseling sessions, means that they are healing from the traumatic incident that happened to the deceased person.

Here are the benefits of grief counseling:

  • It helps in accepting loss faster

  • Helps you acknowledge you are grieving and open up some more.

  • It helps you not to lose connection with others

  • Grief counseling helps you get back on track after grieving.

Men & Women

Men's and women's issues can also be known as "gender issues." It pertains to the equality of mankind. Equal rights between men and women. Better representation of both men and women in politics, health care, education, and economic opportunities.


Individual counseling is a confidential therapy discussion with a mental health certified or licensed practitioner. You get to meet with a counselor without any interference. Individual counseling can be done online or in person. With the technological age in bloom, a lot of people prefer online individual counseling.  

Counselors who conduct individual counseling help you set your goals and achieve them within a specific, agreed-upon time frame. Individual counseling requires lots of personal information that will help them achieve a set goal. You get as many sessions as you like when it comes to individual counseling. 

Although it depends on how deep your challenge is and how much you can afford for a session.  Individual counselors conducting psychotherapy in mental health challenges like anxiety, stress, self-confidence, traumas, self-development challenges, etc. 


Is also known as a behavioral disorder. The behavioral issue is a consistent pattern of disruptive behavior. Behavioral issues are like bad habits that have developed over time. It is very common among children, and its impact is later known when such children become adults.

Parents are recommended to pay close attention to their children’s mental health and take them to see a professional when they notice something different. Behavioral issues such as anger, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, illegal drug taking, etc. are in line with mental health illness.

Causes of behavioral issues include:

  • Psychosis

  • Depression 

  • Anxiety 

  • Bipolar disorder

  • Drug abuse


One way or another, we encounter stress when doing our daily activities. A small amount of stress is good for us, as it motivates us to meet up with our daily tasks. But, when stress is beginning to affect our mental and physical well-being, then it is not good to be stressed.

Stress management is a technique you can use to control what gives you stress. If you can use these strategies to manage your stress, you will be able to become productive and have a healthy lifestyle.

The most important benefit of stress management is that it reduces the chances of other illnesses springing up. Here are some of the techniques to help you manage your stress:

  • Exercise at least three times a week

  • Allocate time for work and family

  • Always rest especially when you are tired

  • Sleep for 8 hours a day

  • Avoid alcohol and drugs.

Pre-Marital &
Marital Counseling

Pre-marital counseling helps prepare you for marriage with your partner. Marital counseling is for married couples, therapy helps married couples resolve their conflict. Both premarital and marital counseling will help build a healthy future.  

Pre-marital counseling gives insight into what marriage looks like and how useful recommendations will help them build a successful marriage. Marriage counseling helps to re-energize the flame of a successful marriage and foster unity. 

Benefits of premarital and marital counseling: 

  • Foster good relationship 

  • Helps in gaining more insight into how to set boundaries 

  • Helps build trust 

  • Helps in personal development 

  • Prepares you for challenges ahead 

Mood Regulation

If you are having anxiety, depression, or symptoms of bipolar disorder, then you will need mood regulation counseling. As the name implies, mood regulation counseling is a type of counseling that helps you understand your emotions and how to control them.

Mental illnesses that have mood disorders as symptoms need to understand that their mood disorder comes with good and bad emotions. If there is a lower-level present in mood disorder illness, then there is a presence of emotional intelligence.

Here are some activities that can help you with mood regulation:

  • Breathing exercise

  • Evaluate any reaction that occurs every day

  • Mindfulness by naming your emotions

  • Become self-aware of your reaction by thinking before you act


Relationship counseling does not only deal with romantic relationships but with every kind of relationship. This type of counseling helps you maintain your relationships so that they can last longer. Relationship counseling deals with, family, work, friendship relationships, etc.

Going for relationship counseling helps you break bad and old habits and improve your relationships with yourself and those around you. Here is the reason why you need to go for relationship counseling:

  • If your friends and family are avoiding you

  • If you are struggling to communicate with people around you

  • You have an internal crisis that you cannot resolve

  • You are having issues achieving your goals in life

  • People complain that they do not understand you.


Codependency means the ability to rely on someone. Most people, as they grow in life, make decisions based on family members, friends, or partners. They do not know how to make decisions or take responsibility for their actions.

Codependency counseling helps individuals with its symptoms begin to trust themselves and take up roles and responsibilities for themselves. People with codependency traits sacrifice for others.

Low self-esteem and a lack of self-boundaries are the major causes of codependency. During codependency counseling sessions the professional teaches the patient steps to help manage their codependency like

  • Watching your thought pattern

  • Acceptance 

  • Learn to stay alone


Self-esteem is how you value yourself and how you want others to see you. Self-esteem is about knowing your abilities. Having respect for yourself is also a sign of good self-esteem.

Having great self-esteem improves your quality of life. It keeps you motivated to achieve all your goals. Having good self-esteem is like this:

  • Take Criticism

  • Setting boundaries

  • Is being arrogant

  • Not being a people’s pleaser

  • Believe in yourself


Spirituality is about finding a significant connection with something greater than yourself, which can result in positive feelings such as peace, joy, and happiness. Spirituality keeps you alive.

Spirituality provides a perspective that implies there is more to life than what people see and feel on a sensory and bodily level. Instead, it implies that something larger links all beings to one another and to the world itself.

You can practice spirituality by

  • Meditating

  • Mindfulness

  • Showing gratitude




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