Individual Counselling

We provide individual mental health and psychological counseling to adults (18+ years) to learn positive coping strategies to overcome mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. After an initial consultation where we discuss your presenting concerns, we will work together to develop an individualized treatment plan that will specifically address your needs and goals. 

Dr. Brodeur's Counselling Services

Presenting Problems

  • Rehabilitation Psychology (chronic pain, and adjustment to illness or injury)
  • Concussion / brain injury, cognitive decline, and brain health
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Addiction and Wellness
  • Anger and stress management
  • Work-life balance
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Individual Counseling

Therapeutic Interventions

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT): CBT focuses on helping Clients identify, challenge, and change unhelpful thoughts and behaviors in order to address specific problems and improve overall coping.
  • Mindfulness-Based Approaches: In mindfulness-based approaches the therapist helps Clients develop increased awareness of the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that hinder their progress towards their life goals. By having a clearer awareness of themselves in the present moment, Clients can make better choices and respond wisely in difficult situations.
  • Smart Recovery: Self Management and Recovery Training uses CBT and motivational methods to help people struggling with substance abuse/addictive behaviors make healthier choices and improve their quality of life.
  • Person-Centered Therapy: Person-centered therapy encourages the Client to take the lead in working through issues and in developing solutions. The therapist acts as a compassionate facilitator who encourages, supports, and guides the Client.
  • Rehabilitation Psychology: Rehabilitation psychology is the psychological treatment of cognitive, emotional and functional difficulties to help people with a disability due to illness or injury develop greater independence and overcome barriers to participating in life activities.