Individual Therapy
 

What is Individual Therapy?

I see therapy as a collaborative process where individuals can grow, obtain a renewed sense of understanding and  overcome issues that have a negative impact in your life.  Life is messy. My role is to come along side of you,  walk with you and help guide you through the messiness and help you through the process of change. Therapy is an active approach that requires work, care and attention. Together we will create goals and outline paths to meet those goals that are catered to your healing and growth. I believe that you are worth the investment of time and effort to get you to where you want to go and who you want to be.

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Why Therapy?

There are many reasons why people go to therapy. Therapy can help address issues that cause distress, interfering with your daily life. Distress can be experienced through negative or overwhelming thoughts, feelings and behaviours. The short answer is that we all need help. And the sooner you get help, the sooner you can address the issues getting in the way of the life you want to live. 

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Here are some reasons for seeking therapy:

  • anxiety and phobias            

  • grief and loss

  • addictions

  • family or relationship issues

  • existential or spirituality issues

  • personal growth

  • Self Esteem

  • low of motivation/desire

  • Unsure of purpose/meaning

  • self-esteem

  • boundary issues

  • life transitions

  • depression

  • trauma

  • anger management

  • Emotional distress

  • Feeling Overwhelmed

  • Lonliness

Individual Therapy Details

Individual Therapy Session:

  • New Growth Psychology charges $200 per Session as per the Psychologists' Association of Alberta​.

  • Sessions are approximately 50 minutes, which allows time to complete notes, update your file and to prepare for the next client.

  • Reduced rates are available for for those experiencing financial difficulties. click here for more information.

  • We offer both online video and in-person therapy sessions.

  • Contact Zac Berg for further information. 

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