Victoria BC Counselling SAQ
Welcome to our Victoria BC counselling SAQ. Here you’ll find videos on topics that are meant to help you make a decision on who is the right counsellor for you. Also, be sure to check out the Victoria counselling FAQ. I earnestly hope that this helps you out!
Victoria Counselling SAQ 1 – How should I pick a counsellor, coach, or therapist?
When picking a professional, whether it’s a counsellor, coach, or therapist, or lawyer, or doctor, I highly recommend you check out their background! With counselling it is so important that there is a fit between you and your counsellor. This connection will be instrumental in your results and healing.
One of my goals with in my practice is to ensure a comfortable fit between us. This is absolutely integral to your experience. So when you are selecting a counsellor in Victoria BC you should keep in mind the experience, qualifications and counselling techniques of the counsellor, past client successes. You may even want to get in contact with previous patients. How you feel also matters, your intuition. All of these things will help you make a decision about with Victoria counsellor is best for you.
Victoria BC counselling SAQ 2 – Where is the value in your work?
The value in my work comes from the results. And how rapidly you achieve those results. That’s the case whether you need help with depression, grief, anxiety, marriage counselling, family disputes … It basically all boils down to the results that we achieve together. My job is about changing lives and gaining more freedom and joy for your life. How important is it to have more self-worth? More freedom? More love? More joy?
Of course these things are deeply valuable. It is my pleasure and honour to be a counsellor who gets to work with you to achieve these things.
Here are some of the other Victoria counselling questions we’ll be looking at:
- Do thoughts, words and thinking really control results and feelings in life?
- How long does it take to see, hear, feel and notice results?
- Is it better just to talk things out with a buddy or friend?
We hope that this SAQ helps you out. If you have any thoughts or comments please feel free to post them in the comments secion below. Also, if you have any questions that haven’t been covered in either the counselling FAQ or SAQ then please write in the comments. Always feel free to contact me.