Blog

Blog: Articles on Psychological Wellbeing, Relationships, Brain Health, counseling and Neurofeedback

Welcome to the blog of Sojourn counseling and Neurofeedback. Articles posted here are written by our clinical staff and relate to services we offer or conditions we address. We hope they will be helpful to you in some way, whether you're considering counseling for yourself or someone else, gathering information on a mental health related issue, or just want to find out more about who we are and what we do.

Viewing 33 - 44 out of 44 posts

3of3

1 2 3

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Couples generally consult us at Sojourn Counselling and Neurofeedback when their relationship is struggling and they're looking to find a way back to the intimacy and connectedness they experienced earlier Read More

Sensory Focus: Back from the Future

Humans have an amazing ability to travel through time.  The summer of 2020 will mark the 35th anniversary of the classic time-travel movie “Back to the Future”.  I loved watching Marty Read More

Revealing Assumptions: "Here's What I Make Up About That..."

“Can I talk to you about something?…”Talking to your partner about something that they have done that is bothering you can be difficult. Your partner can often feel accused, and Read More

The Relationship Tango

How is it that we sometimes feel so out of sync with our loved ones? It is particularly confusing when finding ourselves often hurting or hurt by those closest to Read More

Anxiety: Fight, Flight, and False Alarms

What we experience as anxiety and stress could be the result of an alarm system stuck “on.” False alarms are often caused by unaddressed trauma from the past. Read More

Depression Treatment

It has been well established that counselling is an effective treatment for depression. From the turn of the century when Freud noticed that patients got better as they were allowed Read More

Befriending Your Inner Critic

Why is it that we are often our own worst enemies? The harsh voices of reprimand and admonition can leave us feeling stuck and depressed, or afraid of attempting anything Read More

Grieving Well

Grief is a natural psychological state in the aftermath of a loss. It is accompanied by a variety of emotions that can sometimes feel like depression. This article helps readers determine whether they are experiencing grief and if so, what they can do to allow it take its course. Read More

ICBC Subsidies for Counselling

Did you know that as of April 1st, 2019 ICBC has changed the way they manage coverage for psychological injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents? These changes make it easier Read More

Healing From PTSD

Living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can seem like a nightmare. The symptoms of PTSD can be triggered by even the slightest of stimuli. Although it is most commonly Read More

Brain Optimization With Neurofeedback

Almost everyone, it seems, wants to change something about their brains. Whether to improve on an ability for increased performance like memory, cognitive speed, or reaction time, or to recover Read More

Anxiety: Don't Go It Alone

What is Anxiety? Anxiety is characterized as constant worry, stress, or fear that is strong enough to affect and interfere with day-to-day life. Anxiety is a natural response to the many Read More

Viewing 33 - 44 out of 44 posts

3of3

1 2 3

Visit our Office