Therapists in Newfoundland And Labrador
I provide Virtual/Online individual therapy to adults (18+) who are located in the Provinces of Alberta, Ontario, NS, NFLD and PEI. I often work with clients who feel stuck, depressed, anxious and/or irritable and who want to feel better, learn coping strategies and learn how to be their best self in relationships. I also work with clients who have experienced childhood emotional neglect and feel dissatisfied and disconnected from their lives and relationships. I have 24 years of experience and am trained in various approaches of therapy including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy for Individuals as well as Accelerated Resolution Therapy. Remote therapy only.
Mr. Paul McIsaac
Mr. Paul McIsaac
I have been working with adult individuals and couples for over 10 years now. My practice focuses on existential humanistic therapy, compassionate counselling for those suffering grief, loss, pain, and isolation. Ultimately, the main goal is to discover one’s meaning and develop it to build more strength and confidence to achieve other goals. Many of my clients are men suffering depression, some even contemplating suicide. I use cognitive behavioural therapy to assist them in analyzing and coordinating their thoughts, behaviours, and actions into more effective and satisfying lives. I work online and by telephone with Canadian clients in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as the Territories. Remote therapy only.
Specializing in relationships, sexuality, gender, and spirituality. Individual, relationship/marriage (including non-traditional relationships), and group counselling services for persons seeking to understand themselves and their relationships more deeply, to manage life struggles more effectively, and to heal from past experiences that impact their mental health. Informed by Buddhist psychology, neuroscience, psychodynamic and existential psychotherapy. Inclusive and respectful with regard to religion, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle, lovestyle, race, ethnicity, and culture.
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