Project Description

A relationship-focused form of therapy that draws heavily from psychoanalysis. This therapy is designed for you if your looking to work through psychological and behavioural issues with the Social Worker/Psychotherapist.

Main Components:

Work through core concepts:

  1. Relatedness
  2. Transference and Countertransference
  3. Enactment
  4. Projective Identification
  5. Intersubjectivity
  6. Self-Disclosure

Benefits:

You will develop a sense of connection and the ability to hold healthy relationships that provide essential aspects of human well-being. You will also establish mutual empathy and authenticity for those in your life.

Challenges:

This may bring up complicated feelings, thus making it hard for you to navigate a solution.

Goals:

By using warmth, empathy, and non-judgmental approaches, the Social Worker/Psychotherapist creates a safe environment for you to feel free to express yourself. The more you practice doing so in sessions, the more likely you will be able to do so in your life and relationships.

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Learn more about Mindful Path Counselling, staffs experience and credentials to work with the practitioner that best fits your needs on your journey to well-being.
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