Counselling Services for Stress & Anxiety in Saskatoon.

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Stress & Anxiety

Kimberly Forsyth, B.A. (Hons), M.C.,

Kimberly Forsyth

203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

Clients learn how their thoughts and feelings contribute to their anxiety or stress through discussion of their unique anxiety or stress symptoms. A whole person approach is used, with diet and exercise being an important component in therapy. Additionally, the use of mindfulness, meditation, relaxation, and breathing exercises help the client learn to control their anxious and stressful responses to situations.

Stress & Anxiety

Brett Williams, M.Ed

Registered Psychologist (Provisional)

203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

Anxiety and stress are inherent in our lives, and can motivate us to make rational decisions and chose beneficial behaviours. When anxiety and stress become excessive, they can be immobilizing and have a detrimental effect on our personal health and social functioning. Identifying our life stressors and personal stress responses can illuminate personalized strategies. Such interventions can reduce the frequency, intensity, and duration of anxiety experiences.

Stress & Anxiety

Aspire Too Counselling and Professional Services, BA, BSW, MSW, RSW, CLC

Aspire Too - Registered Clinical Counsellors

#304 - 1114 22nd Street West, Saskatoon, SK S7M 0S5

Stress is an everyday fact of life, one that we cannot avoid. Not all stress is bad and it is, in fact, essential to life. If you interpret events in your life in a negative way you are likely to provoke anxiety. In order to make positive changes you will need to understand how you cope with stress. After a few sessions you will have a number of adaptive ways to cope with stress and a much more positive outlook on life.

Stress & Anxiety

Dallas Munkholm, BA, BComm Health, RTC, MTC, CPC

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

#203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

Anxiety and stress are useful emotions and feelings in our lives. We need a certain amount of stress to be productive, motivated and successful. Like stress, anxiety has a functional purpose, to make us vigilant and on guard to protect our selves. Yet too much anxiety or stress can be a problem. Tiredness, relationship issues, physical health issues and the like can result. Facing the issues with courage and strength can usually provide relief if not an answer.

Stress & Anxiety

Giti Caravan, M.Ed. (Psychology)

Psychotherapist, NLP and Life coach,Counsellor, Hypnotherap

#201C -115 2nd Ave Nourth, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

Anxiety and Depression often go hand in hand. The majority of people suffering from depression also have symptoms of anxiety. And many people with anxiety also have depression. Though once seen as separate conditions, it is now widely accepted that anxiety and depression are part of the same disorder. When depression is effectively treated, anxiety symptoms usually disappear, and when anxiety is alleviated, depression lifts. There are several major types of anxiety disorders (obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, and post-traumatic stress disorder), and many people with depression experience at least one of these.

Stress & Anxiety

Michelle Morand, Online, Phone and In Person Support

M.A. Counselling; Internet, Phone, and In Person Counseling

Skype/Internet/Phone Support Worldwide, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1N6

Everyone gets anxious. Anxiety is the healthy, normal, appropriate response to situations that aren't meeting our needs for support, reassurance, comfort, security, significance and many other common human needs. Whenever a human being has a need that isn't being met in some area of their lives they will naturally feel a little anxious (or a lot anxious depending on the situation). So the problem isn't so much that you feel anxious, it is learning to quickly identify what it is that's triggering your anxiety (even if you've felt it for 30 years) and being shown simple tools to resolve it once and for all. If you're ready to feel peaceful and confident in your life, we will show you h....

Stress & Anxiety

Milton Derry, BEd, BSPE, MS, RTC, MTC

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

#203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK

Milton's approach is practical, kind and non-judgmental. He will help you recognize and diffuse stress and anxiety producing thoughts or situations. Together you will explore a variety of tools and strategies for conquering worries and anxieties. There will be opportunities to practice strategies of your choice, so that you become comfortable using the techniques for stress and anxiety reduction.

Stress & Anxiety

Beverley Dyck, M.A. Counselling Emphasis

Certified Counsellor, M.A.

348 Ave. X, Saskatoon, SK S7M 3H6

Bev gently works with clients to help them tame their anxiety. Bev uses techniques to help clients get to the root of the anxiety and to work to resolve the issue. Bev works with clients to help them recognize first degree emotions and how to process those emotions so they begin to have mastery over them, and in the process, become more assertive about their needs. Bev teaches clients to recognize their own stress and stressors. Bev helps clients have inner permission to de-stress and helps client explore ways to de-stress and methods of de-stressing. Bev also helps clients appreciate stress as in eustress or optimal stress, as well as to recognize the lack of challenge or over-stress.

Stress & Anxiety

Bridge Counseling, RTC, MTC

Registered Counsellors

203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

Anxiety is a common malady in our fast paced world. People can begin to feel completely overwhelmed. I find the cognitive behavioral approach often resonates with individuals who experience anxiety. As clients focus on identifying, challenging and changing maladaptive thoughts, most begin to notice a lessoning in their emotional distress and anxiety symptoms.

Stress & Anxiety

Jan Nerenberg, MA, CPC

Counsellor/Psychotherapist/ EMDR Therapist

1019 8th Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S2

Understanding the way the brain works and finding ways to calm it down when we are in a state of stress, is the beginning to work on anxiety. I offer resourcing in order to give the person tools to use when they are experiencing anxiety and stress. While it is important to look at physical reasons for the stress, equipping and strengthening a person's confidence in themselves to self-sooth, is also essential. Using the methods learned in EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) can assist the person to work through unresolved past issues, and decrease the distress that they might feel from their negative beliefs about themselves.

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