You’re too busy read this article. You’ve got deadlines, places to go, people to see and care for, and a job you must go to. You may not even have time to think about how stress is seeping into your day, affecting your relationships, or keeping you up at night. The quest to find […]
Psychotherapy can help manage anxiety and panic attacks.
Thinking about going to therapy is a task involving mental aerobics. Should I? Shouldn’t I? What about the cost? What about feeling better? What if no one can help me? Who can I trust? All these questions swirling about seem to become louder and louder the greater unhappiness is. Yet the moment we get any […]
Happy Pride Month! The Month long celebration in June will culminate with the festivities of the Pride Parade in downtown Toronto the first weekend in July. Canada’s first ever Pride Month has been festive as well as emotional for the LGBTQ community. While we celebrate unity and social progress, we also remember the hard road […]
Recently while seeking a research book for art therapy practice on Amazon.com, I typed in the words ‘art therapy’ into the search engine. Not surprisingly I was presented with pages and page of adult colouring books that preceded any theory or research books on the subject of art therapy. In the past, when I would […]