I know that you are the kind of person who wants to be emotionally and mentally healthy. In order to be that way, you need to have a better understanding of who you are, how you think and why you do the things you do.
The problem is that when you are triggered and upset its hard to stop thinking the negative thoughts and worry, which makes you feel powerless to do the right thing. I believe that this is tiring, steals from enjoying life and prevents you from being your best self.
I understand the challenges of knowing it in your head but not in your heart. That's why I use CBT with many clients to help them better understand their emotions, thoughts and behaviours. I am a Registered Psychotherapist with CRPO and qualified supervisor. I have over 10 years working with clients struggling with trauma, chronic pain, emotional eating, insomnia, stress and generalized anxiety/depression.
I would love to work with you as you learn how your thoughts cause your feelings and behaviours and help you become more emotionally and mentally healthy!
|Accrediting Institution:||Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals|
|Accrediting Institution:||Yorkville University|
|Diploma/Degree Type:||Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology|
Pamela Young has an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars (2 reviews).
Rating: [5 out of 5 stars!]
"I have really found that this process has further helped me realize things about myself that I wasn't aware of. Our thoughts just happen and we don't always realize or pay attention to what we think, and how it impacts your self esteem, our actions and every aspect of our lives.
It was challenging to face my problems head on and be really honest with myself, but I feel that it has been so worth it. This process has taught me to be a little gentler with myself and I feel that I have the tools I need to move forward, and take control of my life and my happiness."
I Needed This! (February 02, 2021)
Rating: [4 out of 5 stars!]
"Overall I like how structured this program was. I enjoyed the videos and the activities. I thought the thought traps were a great way of seeing how my thoughts work and what is causing these negative thoughts. It also made me aware of how I can change the way I think of things."
New Way Of Thinking (October 14, 2020)
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