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Consult a Counsellor: June
I am not sure what to do. Some of my family members seem to have a lot of difficulty just being open and honest with me...
Why should Courtenay residents stand alone in dealing with homelessness?
They want to play together and are great friends a lot of the time but then out of the blue the gloves come off and they are arguing...
Your daughter's behaviours and reactions are both a response to, and attempt at coping in, a moment when she is overwhelmed...
As we leave the Christmas season and all of its craziness and hype I have come to the realization that my experience of it was totally flat
Christmas is not a tradition for everyone and that I find it difficult sometimes to convince people that I am happy on my own on Dec. 25.
Effective communication is something that counsellors are asked to assist with on a daily basis...
He spends time in each home and we have very different approaches to how we manage things...
I have tried to encourage her to think about what comes next but I feel like I am talking to a brick wall...
It seems like many evenings of the week it is a constant battle to get our kids into their pyjamas, brush their teeth and get into bed.
It is often a surprise for many to hear that the incidents of aggression and the frequency of its display peaks around the age of two.
He has been playing the game online with his friends almost non-stop since he got it...
Relationship failures are never exclusively the fault of either individual...
Our family is approaching the point at which we are going to lose our family dog...
All parents have to struggle with how to manage ever changing and faster developing technology than ever before.
Three traps appear with some regularity in the couples who arrive in Andrew Lochhead's office for counselling
Rest up, and practice thinking positively about family visits to reduce stress and anxiety this holiday season