Counselling Burnaby - Shame Counselling & Therapy Counsellors, 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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Shame Counselling & Therapy
There are a variety of approaches to address the issue of shame. One of them is the Shame Resilience method is based on the research of Brené Brown, Ph.D. LMSW.
Shame Resilience is the developed ability to practice authenticity when we experience shame, to move through the experience without sacrificing our values, and to come out on the other side of the shame experience with more courage, compassion, and connection than we had going into it.
Shame Resilience is about moving from shame to empathy- the real antidote to shame. Self-compassion is also critically important, because when we’re able to be tender with ourselves in the midst of shame we’re more likely to reach out, connect and experience empathy.
Other approaches, like Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems (CIMBS) uses what is called a systems perspective that can address how an individual has learned to respond due to early trauma and or other developmental experiences.
Approaches to shame are not limited to the above. There are many other therapies that address feeling.
If you do contact a therapist regarding shame issues please make sure that you ask them about their training in this area and choose a therapist whose approach makes sense to you.