- Emotional Support
- Problem Solving
- Enhanced Coping Skills
- Improved Relationships
- Mental Health Management
- Confidence Building
- Behavioural Change
- Stress Reduction
- Preventative Care
Clinical counselling is a form of professional mental health therapy that offers individuals guidance and support for a wide range of emotional and psychological issues. Clinical counselling is a holistic approach that empowers individuals to improve their mental well-being and manage life’s challenges effectively, promoting resilience and personal development.
Private Clinical Counselling is covered by most extended health care benefits.
ICBC covers clinical counselling for anyone injured in a car accident within 12 weeks of their injury date. If outside of the 12 weeks, ICBC will still consider counselling services if it helps to facilitate recovery and is clinically indicated.
Alisa approaches each client with empathy. She view’s her clients as the experts of their own lives. She believes that your personal story and experiences influence the choices that you make in your life. Sometimes, life can take us by surprise and we can find ourselves in situations that we never could have imagined possible. She views her role as a guide to find coping solutions and a path to a better life. Alisa is an empathic and a compassionate listener and counsels without judgment.
It is most important to her that her clients feel safe and supported. She will empower you to think of your circumstances and struggles in ways you may not have thought of on your own. Collaboratively, you will find solutions that will have positive outcomes.
To learn more about Alisa, read her full bio.