Therapists in Nunavut
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.
I work online with couples and individuals across Canada (BC, YT, NWT, SK, MB, Nunavut) who want to live with more joy and meaning in their lives in spite of the trauma they’ve faced. Though the past can hold us back, it does not have to define us. The counselling I offer can help you process and integrate your past so that it doesn’t get so much in the way of you achieving what you want in life – whether that be progressing your life and career goals, deepening your relationships with others, processing grief and loss, becoming more confident in your personal identity, or managing and growing through depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress. I work to connect you with your emotions and build concrete skills that will help you thrive.
The human brain is an amazing tool with incredible possibilities. However, sometimes this wonderful tool can generate states and thoughts that are not as useful to us. Luckily our mind is also flexible, which means that with some intentional adjustments we can often change how we think, feel and behave. In a way, therapy is all about getting to know ourselves and using our mind’s own tricks to our advantage, to facilitate the changes we want to see.
I specialize in working with adults with anxiety and self-esteem issues. I also specialize in couple’s counselling and helping couples maneuver a variety of challenges in their relationship, such as a breakdown of communication, recurring arguments, life transitions, and intimacy issues.
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