REASONS TO ACCESS MY SERVICES

I'm often asked: What kind of topics do you deal with as a therapist, speaker, consultant or trainer?  Well, the best way I can answer that question is to provide a list of words that correspond to issues I've dealt with in my various roles as a psychologist. If you think your topic of interest relates to one of these words, then I might be able to help you. Don't hesitate to contact me for more information.

A-C

Abuse

Accident

Addictions

Adaptation

Administration in mental health

Agoraphobia

Alcohol

Ambition

Andropause

Animal – loss (e.g. death)

Anxiety

Assessment

Attachment

Attention deficit disorder w/wo hyperactivity

Avoidance

Behaviour

Behaviour modification

Biological clock

Bipolar

Borderline

Breathing

Bullying

Burnout

Business

Career

Caregiver

Children

Circadian rhythm

Coaching

Codependency

Communication

Compassion

Compassion fatigue

Compulsions

Confidence

Conflict

Control

Couple

Crisis

Critical incident

Cyclothymia

D-L

Dependencies

Depersonalization

Depression

Dissociation

Divorce

Dreams

Drugs

Education

Emotional intelligence

Emotions

Empathy

Emergency situation

End of life

Evaluation

Exercise

Family

Feeling caught

Feminism

Finance

First Responder

Flashbacks

Fright

Gay

Grief

Growing old

Happiness

Homicide

Horror

Human rights

Humour

Hyperactivity

Identity

Impulsions

Infidelity

Inhibitions

Insomnia

Intelligence

Job

Kids

Lesbian

Life transitions

Light intake deficiency

Loss

M-R

Manipulation

Maximise achievement, performance, life

Melancholia

Memory

Menopause

Mental health

Mental illness

Miscarriage

Mourning

Motivation

Multiple personality

Narcissism

Negligence

Nightmares

Nutrition

Obsessions

Obsession-compulsion

Occupation

Operational stress

Opposition

Palliative

Panic attacks

Panic

Parenting

Partner

Perception

Perfection

Performance

Personality

Post-traumatic stress disorder

Profession

Provocation

Relations

Relaxation

Religion

 

S-Z

School

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

Self-esteem

Separation

Sexuality

Sleep

Social

Social phobia

Spirituality

Sports

Stillbirth

Stress

Substance

Suicide

Surgery

Survivor

Transgender

Trauma

Values

Violence

Withdrawal

Work

Worry