Investing in your relationship is important. Check out the link below for 7 steps to understanding the importance of communication in your relationship.

What better time time than Valentine’s Day.

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The developments in imaging technology are allowing us to understand how the brain responds to therapy.

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Recent findings identify a new drug to combat a wide variety neurological conditions including:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Age-related Cognitive Decline
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Parkinson’s Disease

Shame and guilt, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can create a self-perpetuating, vicious cycle in the psyche.

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According to Dadson:

All people possess intrinsic worth and have the capacity to realize this.

All individuals are worthy of respect. My therapy space is one of acceptance and safety. Gender, race, sexual orientation, age, religion, relationship and family status pose no barrier to the therapy process.

Everyone has the ability to change; readiness depends on each individual.

How To Choose a Therapist

Michael Dadson, PhD, Counselling Psychology, February 2020

Michael Dadson Ph.D. Counsellor operates his clinic out of Brookswood, Langley, BC.

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Why Therapy Can Be Helpful

There are many reasons for deciding to see a professional counsellor or therapist. There are the most common reasons, which include grief, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, mood management, relationship difficulties, trauma and PTSD. A more subtle and common reason that we don’t often consider is dissatisfaction. Sometimes we are not getting what we want out of life and the direction our lives are going in. …

“Psychology Works” Fact Sheet: Psychological Impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) — Canadian Psychological Association

“Assessing and Coping with Risk Stress during an infectious disease outbreak can include: Fear and worry about your own health and the health of your loved ones Changes in sleep or eating patterns Difficulty sleeping or concentrating Worsening of chronic health problems Increased use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs”

This article is an absolute must read for everyone. The first step towards getting to your ideal life is realizing and accepting where you are now. Stress can sometimes affect us in ways we don’t recognize and therefore treat the symptom rather than the core issue. So often we think…

Front Line Workers PTSD Assessment and Support Putting Our Own Oxygen Mask on First, Before Helping Those Around Us Is More Important Now Than Ever.

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Our Courageous First Responders and Military are being exposed now more than ever to extremely stressful and traumatic exposure.

We are doing our best to get out as many resources as possible on our Youtube Channel and Website If you or anyone you know is working on the front lines and experiencing unusual stress or signs of PTSD, we are here to help. We offer both neurofeedback the best known resource for supporting PTSD along with specialized Virtual counselling in the area.

Here is a link to do a self assessment if you are experiencing any PTSD symptoms

Additional work by B.C. Clinical Counsellor Michael Dadson in Brookswood Langley, who specializes in this area, can be…


Michael Dadson, Ph.D., has been a Registered Clinical Counsellor since 2000, and has written numerous papers and articles on PTSD and trauma. #michaeldadson

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