People who seek my services often
have difficulties with depression, anxiety, stress management, and overall
adjustment concerns. Many have lost meaning in their lives and are seeking new
ways to understand themselves and their own personal psychologies. Using
cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), it is my
privilege to provide guidance for those exploring alternate ways to live their
best lives. Often, clients who see me have a primary medical diagnosis, such as
chronic pain that challenges them differently than what they are used to. We
focus on leaning techniques for coping with these problems, such as mindfulness,
acceptance, and self-compassion.
Difficulty in each of our lives is often best dealt with in relationship – the relationship, between the client and I, creates a powerful team to allow for depth and real connection. It is within this supportive framework that the client may feel comfortable and safe exploring alternative ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving. We often require caring and helpful professional services and I can provide you with the skills necessary to deal with overall stress and anxiety, as well as the changes that can occur with a chronic or acute illness.
Dr. Jaime Williams Reaches
Clients throughout Saskatchewan