Do you relate to this?
If you are in an unhealthy relationship, you may feel confused and full of self-doubt. You may not know what is the best step to take. While you love your partner, you do not know how to be around them. You may have a sense that something is off but each time you want to address it, your partner ignores you. Maybe you feel drained and exhausted because you are used to walk on eggshells trying to prevent the next conflict.
What could you get out of counselling?
While being in an unhealthy relationship is painful, counselling can help you to gain clarity and deal with your situation in an empowered way. In our sessions, you will have a safe space where you can share your stories without being judged. And you do not have to do it not alone because I will be your empathic witness.
What are your benefits if you choose counselling?
Through the process, you will:
- Increase your self-awareness about yourself and your relationship
- Learn to discern healthy from unhealthy relationship behaviours
- Release painful emotions
- Explore your needs and dreams
- Work through your inner conflicts
As a result, you will feel empowered do deal with your relationship and make choices that are for your best.
We intend to make counselling affordable to as many people as possible. If you experience financial constraints, please ask for our sliding scale.
Request a free discovery session (via phone)
I am offering a free discovery session so that we can get to know each other better and answer any questions. If you are interested in working with me, please request a free discovery session by filling out the following form. I am looking forward to hearing from you:
Natalie is a non-binary Registered Therapeutic Counsellor, Shiatsu Therapist, and Author of A Brave, True Story. They provide trauma-informed services that integrate EMDR which is recognized as the leading trauma-resolution method. Natalie also hosts the podcast Smart Relationship Moves. They are registered with the Association of Cooperative Counselling Therapists of Canada and the Association of Counselling Therapy of Alberta.