Looking For Change, Healing and Living life on Your Terms?
During The Pandemic
It is a stressful time with much uncertainty that can activate much of our trauma and put a strain on our relationships.
We are called upon to come together and support each other, and keep each other safe.
We continue to be committed to all our clients and have moved to video chat sessions as a way of continuing our contact with you and providing much needed services.
Video Chat has proved to be a very effective alternative to in-person therapy and we look forward to supporting you through this difficult time.
Providing Counselling in Vancouver and North Delta
Do you feel apprehensive about seeing a therapist? Many people still see counselling as a weakness. Something you might suggest to a friend who is going through a difficult time, but hard to give yourself the same advice?
Most people explore counselling when they feel desperate, and have reached the limits of how to handle life’s challenges. We understand how difficult it can be to reach out and we are here to help.
At Turning Point, we are committed to providing you with a safe and accepting space to reflect, learn, grow, and heal.
We have 2 locations. Downtown Vancouver serving clients in Vancouver, North Vancouver, and Burnaby. North Delta serving clients in the Fraser Valley including Surrey, Langley and Richmond.
New Interns starting in June. Join the waitlist NOW!
Fees reduced further to $35 per session until the end of September in support of many who may be financially affected by the pandemic.
We understand that finding the right fit is important.
We offer a free 1/2hr video/phone consultation. Please contact the counsellor directly to request a time.
Breathe, Reflect, Heal.
Who We Are and our Approach
Turning Point Therapy has a team of dedicated therapists and interns who are passionate about their practice and what therapy has to offer. We all walk along side you in our own journey of transformation and knowledge that we bring to the therapeutic relationship with you.
We practice a style of therapy that includes the following principles and practices.
We see the importance of relationship to all humans. That it is through relationship that we can experience safety, compassion, acceptance and healing. We also recognize that our deepest wounds have occurred in relationship and therefore believe that the relationship between you and your therapist is foundational to creating a new experience of connection where you have the opportunity to relax into who you are meant to be.
We believe that change occurs through an awareness of experience. Your experience only occurs in the present moment. All your previous experience affects how you experience yourself and others in the present moment. So in this way we have access in the present to all aspects of your experience. Neuroscience research also informs us that our emotions are key to integrating new information and therefore key to any transformational experience.
Connection to our bodies relates in part to the focus on the present moment. We bring attention to sensations, emotions and movement as different parts of our experience. As therapists we take in all levels of communication including somatic. We practice being centred and grounded. We know that integration and connection with others occurs when we are regulated in our body. We also understand that our past wounds and traumas are held in the body and so releasing this needs to include our physical self as well as our cognitive self.
This refers to an aspect of the type of relationship we want to cultivate with you. We are in partnership with you in working together to figure out what you need We seek to invite you, not tell you, to involve you, not disregard you and to follow your agenda not ours.
We focus on your strengths, resources, and developing new skills. We see your struggles in the context of managing difficult circumstances, and trauma's you have encountered. Rather than something that is wrong with you, we reframe your experience as having to encounter and manage, the disturbance and chaos that has surrounded you.
Welcome to our YouTube channel Making Sense with Delyse
I started this channel to promote content on relationships and mental health struggles that made sense of that in the context of what has happened to us. Rather than what we call the disease model that sees emotional and mental challenges as something inherently broken in the person.
If this interests you I hope you will join me to make sense of this together.
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