Have you been struggling with the same issues for a period of time?
Have you tried different things but it just doesn’t seem to make a difference?
Have you been thinking maybe it’s time to get another perspective on some things in your life?
Custom Counselling can provide you that perspective which can make a difference and help with those issues with which you have been struggling.
Custom Counselling offers a number of diverse therapies which will be tailored to meet the specific requirements recommended for you.
Custom Counselling may be the answer you have been wanting for improving your life circumstances.
What is counselling?
What is Counselling?
Counselling assists individuals use their current problem-solving strategies more successfully or to develop new or better coping skills. This process provides an opportunity for the client and therapist to explore difficulties which may include the stressful, cognitive thought processes and/or emotional feelings about the difficulties they have sought help. This process can also encourage individuals to reflect on their earlier experiences and explore how these experiences affect their current difficulties.
Counsellors have an ethical and legal duty to hold in confidence the information that is shared during therapy. There are limits to this confidentiality and these limitations will be discussed during the initial meeting.
Sessions are usually once weekly at the start. Some clients choose to decrease the frequency of visits as their functioning improves. Length of counselling depends on the nature of the problem and how much work an individual is interested in doing. Brief solution-focused counselling may meet the needs of clients who are interested in dealing with very specific issues.
What is Offered?
As each individual is unique, so is the therapy. Your counselling sessions will consist of a collaborative process of developing mutually defined goals and identifying the process that best serves you.
What to expect:
Through the counselling process you will…
| Relationship Issues||Separation/Divorce|| Addictive behaviours || Family Crises/Conflict||Conflict Resolution ||Parenting |
| Personal growth ||Codependency || Anxiety || Anger Management|| Coping Skills|| Assertiveness techniques|
| Substance Abuse|| Boundary Setting|| Stress|| PTSD & Trauma||Depression || Addictions|
| Self-esteem & Identity issues|| Abuse:sexual/physical/emotional||Domestic Abuse ||Grief & Loss ||Career Guidance ||Sexuality |
|Life Transitions ||Male Survivors of Childhood Abuse ||Female Survivors of Childhood Abuse ||Parenting ||Teenage Transitions||Attachment |
- Explore the things which are most important to you.
- Be empowered to experience yourself differently in relation to your conflicts.
- Gain understanding and develop strength to cope, to make difficult decisions, and to overcome challenges.
- Become empowered to make informed choices about yourself and your life.
- Solve specific problems, and develop effective strategies and techniques that will continue to support you for years to come.
- Address your difficulties with integrity, confidence and peace.
Transformation, growth and healing are realistic, attainable goals for your life.
Meet the Counsellor
Jennifer Carscadden graduated from the King’s University College obtaining an Honours Bachelor’s of Social Work degree as well as a Master’s of Social Work degree. She also has her Social Service Worker Diploma, Human Services Foundation Certification and General Arts and Science Certification from Fanshawe College.
She is registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. She is also a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers. Jennifer is an approved EMDR clinician.
Jennifer has worked with an assortment of agencies including hospitals, community organizations and in the criminal justice system. Jennifer has a wide spectrum of clinical experience pertaining to adolescents and adults. These include at risk or in crisis individuals in the areas of self-destructive behaviours, complex trauma, addictions, sexual abuse, mental health, anxiety and panic attacks, stress management, and bereavement.
Jennifer’s training and experience in working with diverse and disadvantaged populations include: criminal justice system (both male and female offenders), mental health, developmental disabilities, minorities, women’s issues and youth.
To Book an Appointment
Call 519 860-7688 or email Jennifer@customcounselling.com.
Initial appointments within 2 weeks of first contact. Both day and evening appointments are available.
#104-478 Waterloo Street, London On. (Between Queens Ave and Dufferin Street. Entrance is at the front of the building).
Metered parking on Waterloo Street during the day and free at the rear of the building in the evening starting at 5:00 pm.
Jennifer Carscadden ReachesLondon ON