Dialogical Co‐therapy Services | your story counselling

Co therapy has been widely used in marriage and family therapy and counseling, especially in the second half of the last century. In recent years, there has been a decline in the use of co‐therapy, mainly for financial reasons. Currently, however, co-therapy focusing on dialogical ideas has emerged as the preferred option. Although cotherapy is … Read more

Do I have Trauma? Most Canadians Have Experienced Trauma, But there is Hope

Your Story Counseling offers individual, couples and family trauma and therapy counseling for a variety of needs. Most Canadians have experienced a traumatic event. In fact, according to Statistics Canada (2021), that number is closer to two-thirds of Canadians. The source of trauma varies and can include child abuse, violence, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, … Read more

Narrative Therapy service | your story counselling

Your Story Counseling offers individual, couples and family trauma and sex therapy counseling for a variety of needs. Narrative therapy is a style of therapy that helps people become—and embrace being—experts in their own lives. In narrative therapy, the emphasis is on the stories you develop and carry with you through life.There are a variety … Read more

Couples counseling and Addiction, everything you need to know!

Couples counseling is a type of treatment in which both spouses meet with the same therapist together for psychotherapy. Couples counseling focuses on solving relationship difficulties, which may include issues arising from an addiction or drug use problem that one or both partners have. Couples therapy can be used in a variety of situations and … Read more

Is family therapy enough to reduce self-harming tendencies in teenagers?

It comes as no surprise that suicide kills more people in the United States than road accidents. And more often than not, it’s the self-harming tendencies that serve as the strongest abettor of suicide. Among teenagers, it’s mostly peer pressure, competition, and expectations from parents, teachers, and society that lie at the heart of self-harming … Read more