Counselling Burnaby - Family Issues Play Therapy - Cantonese, Chinese Language, Psychologists, Therapists in Burnaby
Counselling Burnaby contains information about counsellors, psychologists, and therapists in the Burnaby area. Counselling by these therapists may assist individuals, couples and/or families. As is typical with trained counselling professionals they may vary in their areas of expertise. Many will be able to provide anger management counselling, depression counselling, anxiety counselling, marriage counselling, and trauma counselling.
Burnaby consists of the following neighbourhoods:
Burnaby East East Burnaby, Edmonds, The Crest
Burnaby North Brentwood Park, Capitol Hill, Cariboo, Central Burnaby, Government Road, Lake City Industrial, Lochdale, Montecito, Oakdale, Parkcrest, Simon Fraser Hills, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver Heights, Westridge, Willingdon Heights
Burnaby South Big Bend, Buckingham Heights, Burnaby Hospital, Burnaby Lake, Deer Lake Place, Forest Glen, Garden Village, Highgate, Metrotown, Oaklands, South Slope, Suncrest, Upper Deer Lake
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Family and Systemic Psychotherapy uses the close interpersonal relationships between family members to help one another. The key to dealing with family issues is to help couples, family members or siblings to explore difficult emotions and thoughts in a safe manner. It helps each member to understand and acknowledge one another's emotions and allow them to express it safely, and in an effective manner.
Family therapy has been shown to be effective for people of all ages who are experiencing family issues or problems in their key systems (relationships) with people with whom they are close. It helps to build relationships and boosts the strengths and self-esteem of everyone in the system. Your family might need intervention if members have substance abuse problems, violent outbursts, if the family experienced a trauma, if a close family member died or if the family is not functioning at its normal capacity.
This type of therapy enables people to work with one another, instead of on one another and enables families to talk about issues that are causing distress without disrespecting emotions. Instead, it invites engagement of the family members in order to support recovery.
Therapists who address family issues use a range of different approaches to bring about the best results. While group therapy will probably take place once weekly, where the family will all meet with the therapist, individual sessions might be required too. This provides a great supplement to the family therapy work and is an ideal place for individuals to express their personal family issues that are hard to discuss in front of everyone.
If you are looking for a counsellor or psychologist who does family counselling you may want to search the directory to find a professional whose approach will suit you best.
Play therapy uses the client's internal self-healing mechanisms to access unconscious and conscious experiences. The therapist forms a relationship with the client and encourages him or her to explore life events that affect his or her current life experience.
During play therapy, the therapist works at the client's pace. Talking is secondary to play in this form of therapy, and as such the client is encouraged to play while the therapist observes.
Play Therapy is suitable for adults too, as it helps them to relearn self-exploration, which enhances physical and cognitive behaviours. Play therapy gives children and adults freedom, increased creativity and life experience.
If you are looking for a therapist who offers Play Therapy, please browse our list of practitioners below..
Finding a counsellor or psychologist that speaks your native language may be important to you. If you are looking for a counsellor who speaks Cantones then you will find one here.
Are you looking for a counsellor or psychologist who speaks Chinese? This is the place to find one. We are pleased to be able to direct people to a counsellor who speaks their native language.