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 Supportive Counselling Therapy
for Emotional Health

Feeling Stuck?
Overwhelmed?
Depleted?
Alone?

Find a new clarity of purpose, a deeper sense of connection, and a greater sense of satisfaction travelling the road you’re on.

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Blair McInnis, RTC

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

Common Challenges

  • Emotional Turmoil: Feelings of sadness, anger, guilt, and confusion can overwhelm individuals as they grapple with the reality of their loss or major life change.

  • Sense of Isolation: Despite the presence of friends and family, individuals may feel isolated and alone in their grief, as if no one truly understands what they're going through.

  • Identity Crisis: Major life transitions often prompt individuals to reevaluate their sense of self and purpose, leading to feelings of uncertainty and identity crisis.

  • Financial Stress: Loss of income, increased expenses, or financial instability due to the life transition can add a significant layer of stress and anxiety to an already difficult situation.

  • Disruption of Routine: Major life changes can disrupt established routines and habits, leaving individuals feeling disoriented and struggling to regain a sense of normalcy.

  • Physical Symptoms: Grief and stress can manifest physically, leading to symptoms such as fatigue, insomnia, headaches, muscle tension, and digestive issues, further exacerbating the distress.

  • Decision Paralysis: The need to make important decisions amidst grief or major life transitions can be overwhelming, leading to indecision, procrastination, or fear of making the wrong choice.

  • Loss of Purpose or Meaning: Individuals may struggle to find meaning or purpose in their lives following a significant loss or change, questioning the direction of their future and their place in the world.

Preferred Outcomes

  • Emotional Well-being: Experiencing a sense of emotional fulfillment and stability, with the support of a strong social network and healthy coping mechanisms to navigate life's challenges.

  • Financial Security: Enjoying financial stability and the ability to comfortably meet needs and pursue personal interests without undue stress or worry.

  • Healthy Routine: Establishing and maintaining a balanced and fulfilling daily routine that promotes physical and mental well-being, providing a sense of structure and stability.

  • Clarity and Confidence: Feeling empowered to make decisions with confidence, supported by a strong sense of self-awareness, purpose, and direction in life.

  • Sense of Connection and Belonging: Cultivating meaningful relationships and a sense of belonging within a supportive community, fostering a feeling of connection and understanding.

Emotional regulation is the art of navigating our feelings with balance and mindfulness. It involves recognizing emotions as they arise, understanding their triggers, and consciously choosing how to respond. It's a journey of self-awareness and self-care, where we learn to regulate the intensity of our emotions, fostering resilience and promoting mental well-being.

Surviving the loss of a loved one is a journey through grief and healing. It's navigating waves of pain, cherishing memories, and finding strength in their legacy. 

Navigating life transitions is about adapting to change with resilience and purpose. It's recognizing the shifting landscapes of our lives, embracing uncertainty, and finding opportunity in new beginnings. By staying flexible, setting goals, and seeking support when needed, we can journey through transitions with confidence and growth.

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About

Blair McInnis

I'm Blair McInnis, a counselling therapist driven by a genuine desire to help others. My  empathetic nature combined with a unique blend of training and life experience, sets the foundation for my approach. Drawing inspiration from Jungian and Rogerian psychology I guide individuals towards a greater sense of purpose, self-confidence and fulfillment. 

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