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Family & Life Transition

Family and life transition counselling


Almost everyone has a family. A family can be made up of many members or only a few members, but each member is closely related to one another. Therefore, having a good relationship between family members is a very important element that promotes good mental health. However, each individual has their own thoughts, personalities, and ways of living. Sometimes conflicts are unavoidable and they are difficult to solve because they can be related to multiple members of a family. Living in a unhealthy family environment negatively affects the mental health of each person in a family, which could interfere with daily life. 

Family, Individual, or group counselling equips you as an individual or group with the skills to make family relationships work better for everyone. Counsellors at Nuway are trained to use a combination of family system theories such as the Gottman method and client-centered approach to understand the client's emotions. Nuway counselors will then  create a comprehensive plan that helps the group or individuals navigate their relationships and stress.

If you need to see a counsellor for family counselling, start your therapy today.


Life Transition

A life transition is a change that impacts your life significantly in a good or bad way. Some examples of life transitions are job loss, moving to a new city, loss of loved ones, pandemic, becoming a parent, accident, retiring, graduation, and turning 40. People get used to living in a specific way, and accommodating sudden changes can be difficult. When people cannot adjust to these changes, the changes can cause anxiety, stress, feeling unsafe, and depression. Eventually, these feelings prevent people from performing daily tasks normally. 

Counselling supports people to increase awareness of themselves and their challenges as well as identifying existing strengths, learning new ways of coping, and making healthy choices. Counsellors at Nuway are well trained and have experience in numerous approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, client-centred therapy, relational attachment, and mindfulness-based approaches. They use these approaches depending on individuals to help individuals move past the obstacles in their life, and identify their personal values, strengths, and abilities in support of their personal and professional goals.

If you need to see a counsellor for life transition, start your therapy today.


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