While it’s generally accepted that older age can bring many benefits, it can also surprise us with unique challenges and burdens. If the latter is resonating, you are not alone.
Christine has helped many with issues such as: depression, anxiety , insomnia, agoraphobia, loneliness, grief and bereavement. No matter what the issue, Christine believes there is always hope for you to discover a renewed purpose and wellbeing in your life.
Over the course of her career she has found the wellness wheel and a cognitive behavioral approach, focused on a person’s personal strengths to be a most effective tool in improving overall well-being. She will look at how you are thinking, feeling and behaving (CBT) and work together to bring meaning and wellbeing back into your life.
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Do you need support in helping your spouse, parent, older family member deal with the effects of illness, changes in health and abilities?
Are you unsure how to raise the topic of needing support and what to say? Doing your home work first by speaking with a gerontologist and getting advice, coaching and counselling will help you have more timely and effective conversations that result in action.
Due to the lack of services available to support seniors family caregivers are more prevalent than ever before.
The need to help aging Parents often come as a time when you yourself are raising a family and balancing a career. Caregiving can be overwhelming when you are not empowered with information and support.
Christine can help you find a balance and decrease caregiver stress.