Every person in a community matters, Counselling in Kelowna is available to ensure community members feel heard, understood and cared for. Kelowna is a thriving city and an incredible place to call home. In order to continue to flourish, the people need to be agile, resilient and unafraid to do things differently.
The strength of the community is created by our ability to come together as a group and work for the betterment of everyone. Creating a community and an environment that fosters the mental well-being of its citizens changes things in the most amazing ways.
By committing to bold steps forward every day, transforming mindsets and breaking down barriers that inhibit progress; Kelowna’s vision for an inclusive, welcoming, prosperous city is becoming a reality as it fosters a culture of curiosity, bravery and optimism.
Living in a community makes it clear that as we grow, we need to look out for one another. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, or other emotional or behavioural issues, Virtuous Circle Counselling is trained in a variety of different therapeutic approaches.
You will be guided in an open-minded, non-judgmental way to explore your problems and goals. Working together to resolve issues through talking, listening, group support, and/or other strategies that will lead you towards a positive change.
We understand that everyday can bring a new challenge and the stress can lead to feelings of being overwhelmed. With a little help, we also know that you are capable of overcoming these feelings. Our philosophy is to help people find their own answers and develop a healthier, happier lifestyle, rather than imposing a “one size fits all” solution on you.
Your privacy is of high value and at no time will disclosure of information about our sessions be made to anyone without your express permission. If you are seeking a change, Virtuous Circle Counselling Kelowna is offering online therapy sessions to assist you in building the life that you want.
Counsellors and therapists are skilled mental health professionals who know how to talk about difficult subject matter. For this reason, it may be easier to speak to a counsellor about potentially awkward thoughts or feelings. Working with a counsellor can help you face your deep-rooted feelings and thoughts at your own pace. Giving you the opportunity to address any issues you are facing instead of keeping them inwards and trying to deal with stressful situations on your own.
Some additional benefits to working with a Kelowna counsellor or therapist are listed below:
At times, it is easy to lose sight of what’s around us and not realise that we are on the verge of achieving certain goals. A therapist’s expertise allows them to help you understand the mistakes you have made in order for you to attain success which previously seemed unachievable.
Working with the guidance of a therapist or counsellor in Kelowna can help you take control over your life.
Depression is a complicated illness with many contributing factors -therapy can help. It isn’t a cure, but it will assist you in working through your problems.
It depends. While both therapies tend to focus on your thoughts and feelings, counselling is usually more short-term and therapy is more long-term. Therapy tackles causes and works towards building new habits and health. While counselling focuses on current day-to-day issues, problem solving and special techniques for coping
CBT is the most successful form of therapy used to treat anxiety disorders. It’s an evidence-based treatment that teaches you how to think differently about a variety of situations.
Counselors provide education, support and can guide people towards solutions that help them resolve their personal, professional or community problems.
We at Virtuous Circle Counselling acknowledge Moh’kinstsis, the lands where the Bow and Elbow rivers meet, in what we currently call Calgary. We acknowledge that we are visitors on Moh’kinsstis and acknowledge the Blackfoot are those who named this area as Moh’kinsstis. In the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation, we recognize the ancestral territories, cultures, and oral practices of the Blackfoot people, the Îyarhe Nakoda Nations, the Dene people of the Tsuut’ina Nation, and the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.