Our Services

Mindfulness is the psychological process of purposely bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment without judgment. To accept ourselves, and everything happening around us requires great amount of tolerance, and consciousness.

Are you struggling to balance your current, underlying health issues with the constant media updates on this pandemic? Or are you a caregiver or frontline worker who is managing their own mental health during COVID 19 with that of others? We’re here to help. 

Weight Management

Weight Management Eating Psychology Coaching is an exciting and cutting-edge approach developed by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. It effectively addresses weight concerns, binge eating, overeating, body image challenges, and various nutrition related health concerns (such as mood swings, fatigue, digestion issues, etc.).

Sleep Deprivation

During sleep, your body heals itself and restores its chemical balance. Your brain forges new connections and helps memory retention. Without enough sleep, your brain and body systems won’t function normally.

Stress Management

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction MBSR teaches meditation and gentle yoga to cultivate awareness and reduce stress. Learning Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction can relax your body, calm your mind, cope effectively during difficult times, and build resilience for future challenges.

Trauma & PTSD

What may be traumatic to one person may not be traumatic to another, this is due to a number of factors such as individual resilience, individual meanings placed on situations.

Low Self Esteem

People with low self-esteem often have negative thoughts and feelings towards who they are as a person, their body and physical appearance, their confidence in making decisions, and their overall sense of worth or value.

Whether it’s expected or comes as a complete shock, bereavement is painful and traumatic. Losing a loved one is arguably one of the most difficult things for anyone to go through and cope with.


Feeling low is a normal reaction to loss and suffering, and everyone feels sad sometimes. Depression is often used in everyday talk to describe feeling low, however, depression is often more chronic (long term) and severe (in intensity) than what is implied in our general day to day language.


Anxiety can often feel like it is beyond your control, and you may have been trying to control it for years but feel like it just won’t stop! It is often the case, that anxiety is not supposed to be controlled as such. Anxiety is there to tell us something. Counseling and Psychotherapy can help to process what the anxiety is trying to tell us.