By: Christine Brett Vickers Counselling and Psychotherapy  26-Jun-2013
Keywords: Marriage & Family Counsellors, Depression Counselling, Grief Counselling

Christine will see people for short term counselling... and problem solving issues. Sometimes in one's life it is necessary to get back on track, and to take some time out to reflect upon where one has been and where one is going. Shorter tem work can also help identify problem areas that may need further work... such as relationship issues, work issues or family based counselling.

Keywords: Anger Management, Couple Counselling, Depression Counselling, Family Counselling, Grief Counselling, Marriage & Family Counsellors, Marriage Counselling

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Marital Therapy

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Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

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