Individual Counselling

Talk to someone at BlueMirror today! Individual Counselling helps clients to elicit their inner resources so that they can reach a more desired outcomes.

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You can talk to someone at BlueMirror today and take your first step into counselling. Individual Counselling aims to help clients discover their own resources and helps them find ways to reach their own desired outcomes.

What to expect

Individual Counselling sessions allow you the opportunity to talk one to one with an experienced counsellor. The safety of confidentiality and the support of being listened to fully lets you discuss anything you want, whatever issues you bring to the session is up to you, even being unsure is absolutely valid.

Why go for individual counselling?

People choose Individual counselling for a variety of reasons. These can include personal issues that they feel they cannot discuss with those they usually talk to, e.g family, friends, co-workers.

Perhaps it is because the difficulties lie with these people. Perhaps there is no-one else close by to discuss issues with, having an actively engaged person to talk to is at the core of counselling.

Whatever the reason, individual counselling creates a space for you to explore, decide upon and make goals about what you want from counselling in line with your personal situation.

At BlueMirror we are passionate about providing a client focused service, one which allows you to build the knowledge,confidence and also the practical skills you want to deal with your situation.

Anxiety, depression and many other negative emotions can be manageable and with the right supporting skills even converted to motivating experiences, ones which you can learn to harness and control.

If counselling is training your mind muscles to manage your emotional well-being, counsellors in individual sessions are your personal trainers. Counsellors should facilitate and recommend options that are of interest to you. They help you get motivated and stay motivated to make active changes in your life that lead to improvement in your mental wellness. 

Making a lifestyle change is hard work. Being ready to change is the key. Once you are ready to change, we can help! When you continue to practise and use the skills you learn with us in your counselling sessions, you can achieve any goal you set for yourself confidently and efficiently.

Subjects for counselling can include the following, but don’t worry if your issue is not on the list. If there is another topic you would like to discuss with us please get in touch.

Dating

  • social anxiety, how to meet someone
  • dating after divorce
  • self-discovery, low self-esteem
  • dating after infidelity

Coping with Relationship issues

  • self-identity
  • relaxation
  • anxiety for the future
  • finding inner strength
  • meanings and learning, lessons from  experience
  • grieving the end of a relationship
  • getting an old relationship working again
  • self-care
  • depression
  • stress management

Personal Growth

  • childhood trauma
  • breaking bad habits developed from relationships with parents
  • get in touch with the inner child
  • develop leadership skills
  • assertive communication training
  • stress management
  • anger management

Other topics could include working towards a goal of getting a promotion, being confident to make good relationships with those around you, making friends in a new place or adapting to a new environment.

Disclaimer:

Anyone who is actively suicidal or in imminent danger should please call 911 or go to the nearest hospital and ask for help with a Mental Health Emergency

Other resources for suicidal individuals:

1-800-SUICIDE crisis line 1-800-784-2433

Chimo Crisis Line – (604-279-7070)

Fraser Health Crisis Line (604-951-8855 or1-877-820-744)

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Chinese Help Line (Cantonese 604-270-8233 or Mandarin 604-270-8222)

When not in crisis you may seek help from a General Practitioner (a G.P. is either your family doctor or a physician at a walk-in clinic) and discuss a referral to a psychiatric specialist for assessment and diagnosis. If you can, talk to a friend or a loving family member.

Follow the S.L.E.P.T. model for self-care

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