Counselling in Cape Breton, NS. Find the Right Therapist.

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Heidi Sturgeon, MSW, RSW, RPC, MPCC

Registered Social Worker, Registered Professional Counsellor, Registered Master Practioner in Clinical Counselling

89 Shaunslieve Dr , Nova Scotia ,

I am a Holistic Counselor working from a trauma informed care lens. I am trained in brief solution focused therapy, motivational interviewing, narrative therapy, client centered therapy & mindfulness. I am also a Level 3 Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Practitioner

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The death of a loved one is a difficult experience, and if you feel you cannot recover on your own you should seek assistance through counselling Cape Breton, NS.  We can help you understand why your feelings of despair don’t seem to lessen as the days pass.  The kind words and hospitable gestures of friends and neighbors are not effective coping mechanisms for a grieving survivor, but you can find your way out of the darkness and begin to live your life again with the help of an understanding therapist.  Many people who have experienced a loss are left feeling empty, lost, or angry, and these emotions will probably not go away until the person addresses the root source of the feeling and learns to honor the memory of the deceased with happy memories.  For instance, Vince felt not only sad but enraged after his wife died of lung cancer, but when he consulted a Cape Breton counsellor, NS he became aware that his anger stemmed from the fact that he was unable to prevent her death, starting him on a path to a more healthy grieving process.


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Help for marriages, separation, divorce, individuals, families and relationships in Cape Breton, NS and the surrounding areas.

Other Areas of Practice: self-esteem counselor Cape Breton, addictions (alcohol abuse, substance abuse, gambling, sexual addiction, internet addiction), career counseling Cape Breton, credit counsellor, depression counsellor, spiritual and Christian counseling Cape Breton, child therapist, burnout, grief & loss, trauma counsellor Cape Breton, communication, psychological testing and assessment, aging parents, marriage, eating disorders, infidelity & affair help, stress therapy, anger management, and panic.

Related Sites:
Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia
Canadian Counselling Association
Cape Breton Island
Canadian Psychological Association

About Cape Breton, NS

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Cape Breton is part of the province of Nova Scotia.  Even though it is physically separate from Nova Scotia, it is “connected” to the mainland of North America, in the east-northeast corner of Nova Scotia.  The Gulf of St. Lawrence is on the north and west of Cape Breton, with Cabot Strait to the east.  Counsellor Cape Breton, psychologist, or therapist NS includes addressing the issues of the past that are holding you back from living fully.  Four of the counties in Nova Scotia are located on Cape Breton, which are: Cape Breton, Inverness, Richmond, and Victoria.  The whole island consists of around 150,000 people.  The industries that historically been on the island is coal mining and steel manufacturing.  The first inhabitants of the Cape Breton, is believed to be the Maritime Archaic Indians.  It was in 1497 when Giovanni Caboto visited Cape Breton and is charged with discovering the island, as well as Newfoundland.

Cape Breton has a long history of different nationalities inhabiting the area, such as Portuguese, French, English, Irish and Scottish settlers.  Christian counselling Cape Breton, NS creates an opportunity to integrate one’s spiritual life with daily living and decisions.  Psychotherapists are available to aid you in your journey. However, Nova Scotia was ruled by the British colony. It was in 1784 when the British split the colony of Nova Scotia into three different colonies—New Brunswick, Cape Breton Island, and present-day Nova Scotia.  They also split Newfoundland and St. John’s Island, which has been renamed to Prince Edward Island. It wasn’t until 1820 when Cape Breton was merged with Nova Scotia which led to a large-scale industrial development in the coal industry.  This resulted in quicker shipping, helping with the expansion of fishing and industrializing the island between Newfoundland and Cape Breton.  In the late 19th century there was a large influx of Highland Scots which the ethnicity continues to dominate Cape Breton’s culture, where Gaelic is the primary language for older Cape Bretoners.

Cape Breton is located in Nova Scotia, Canada. It has a land area of 10311.00 square kilometers.  The population of Cape Breton is 132,010 people. Cape Breton therapists serve postal code: B1B.