Dennis Paget’s counselling approach is to be a compassionate person-centered and emotionally focused, counsellor.
Having completed his own therapy he understands the feeling of sitting with a stranger sharing personal information. His role is to partner with you on your journey of discovery and growth at your pace. To ensure his counselling skill set is honed and up to date he employs a mentor to review his personal growth and discuss any transference or counter transference which may appear with a client. This is his continued commitment to himself, his work and his clients.
Developing a pattern of thoughts, feelings, and actions that serve one's values and goals is an integral part of CBT.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR, is a method of phasing used to treat trauma and its symptoms.
Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy
Developed by Dr. Sue Johnson - uses attachment theory to understand adult love relationships. Using this approach, distressed couples have seen success in improving their relationship and deepening their bond.
The goal is to repair ruptures in the relationship between the parent and child and to build or rebuild an emotionally secure relationship.
Used by certified Gottman Couples therapists to determine assessment techniques and intervention strategies for increased intimacy, affection, and respect.
We use various talk therapy styles to assist couples in minimizing conflict, deepening friendships, improving communication, and resolving issues that block emotional and physical intimacy.
The technique of relaxing and enlarging one's consciousness by focusing on a mantra or a word, sound, or image while removing outside stimuli from one's awareness
The act of being mindful occurs whenever you become aware of anything you are directly experiencing via your senses, or of your state of mind via your thoughts and emotions.
There are many emotions involved in grief and bereavement, ranging from sadness to anger. Each individual's process of adjusting to a significant loss is different. People often respond differently depending on their background, beliefs, and relationship with what was lost.
EFT - Emotional Freedom Technique
A method of treating physical pain and emotional distress. The technique is also called acupressure or tapping.