Providing Psychotherapy services for anxiety, depression, perinatal mental health and trauma in Burlington, Ontario and online for all of Ontario.
Our counsellors and therapists provide services for the following mental health concerns and difficult life transitions. The difficulties we provide therapy for include:
- Women’s issues: perinatal, postpartum, infertility, menopause
- Borderline personality disorder
- Domestic violence/woman abuse
- Trauma Recovery
- Life transitions
- Chronic Pain
- Autoimmune Disease
- Lyme Disease
Clinical Supervision provides the opportunity to promote your professional growth. You can learn and refine therapeutic therapies. As well as, learn more about yourself as a therapist. In addition, supervision ensures you are practicing Safe and Effective Use of Self (SEUS). And most important, safeguards the safety and well-being of your clients.
In clinical supervision, we work together to assess your strengths. At the same time, we identify areas for improvement and establish learning goals. All the while tracking your progress over time.
Equally important, in supervision we problem solve specific cases, look and address ethical issues, and discuss ways to build a successful private practice.
Christina Janiga, BSc, MACP, RP provides clinical supervision to Masters level students as well as practicing psychotherapists. Christina is an independent practitioner, has completed 45+ hours of clinical supervision training and meets all further CRPO Clinical Supervisor requirements.
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Clinical Supervision with Christina Janiga, BSc, MACP, RP includes (but not limited to):
- Case Consultation
- Case and session review
- Education about therapeutic modalities
- Conflict resolution
- Ethical guidelines
- Supervision documentation
- Sign-off on supervision hours as needed
Reduced Rate Counselling Services
Reduced rate counselling services are provided by a Counselling Intern. Counselling interns are currently completing their requirements for a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology. They can provide supportive counselling for a number of different issues including:
- Women’s issues: perinatal, postpartum, infertility and loss
- Difficult Life Transitions
Counselling interns are supervised by Christina Janiga, BSc, MACP, RP.
Learn more about our Counselling Intern >