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COUNSELLING SUPPORT WHEN
YOU NEED SOMEONE TO TALK TO

You don’t have to go through it alone

Clarity
Connection
Collaboration

EMOTIONS CAN BE HARD TO MANAGE

Life is feeling overwhelming. You’re experiencing more stress and anxiety and haven’t been prioritizing your own mental health. Life can feel hard at times but if you dig deep you can find better ways to nurture yourself.

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COUNSELLING CAN HELP

You’re caught in the race of this life. Trying to be everything

to everyone  is exhausting

CLEARLY COMMUNICATE FEELINGS

Learn to communicate your feelings (anger, anxiety, worry, etc) so you can create boundaries and articulate what you need.

LEARN TO PRIORITIZE YOURSELF

Equip you with the tools to manage your emotions and find creative ways to self-soothe in order to process things quicker.

COLLABORATIVE & SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT 

There is no one sitting in a chair taking notes.  We participate in casual conversations in a relaxed atmosphere. 

YOU'RE NOT BROKEN,
YOU'RE HUMAN

Hi, I'm Lynsey (she/her) MSW, RSW

Uncomfortable feelings are ok but we need to learn to stop running from discomfort. Your needs are important and learning to love/forgive yourself is key.

With over 14 years of experience, I’ve worked with 100’s of people who have been able to find peace within themselves.

You don't need to struggle on your own. I'll be here to walk alongside you while you take this journey.

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BOOK A SESSION

Schedule an appointment through our online booking system. 

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FEEL SUPPORTED

Talking about your feelings is uncomfortable and it’s hard to understand what emotions you’re feeling. It’s time to stop running from discomfort.

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CREATE A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP WITH YOURSELF

You have to spend your life with yourself so it’s important to like who you are and know how to look after your mental health.

GETTING STARTED WITH COUNSELLING IS EASY

Happy at Home

When I called Lynsey, I was suffering from PTSD, after my husband reacted with a medication he was taking. His whole personality had changed within a month and I was dealing with his hospitalization and the running of our business. It all left me shaken to my core (all is fine with him now), and a friend, who is also a councillor, suggested I see Lynsey. 

Lynsey immediately recognized that I was questioning whether I had handled the whole situation as best I could have. She quickly suggested that I give myself some grace and that some much-needed self-care was a priority, for my life and routine.

Lynsey was my first experience with a councillor.  She is kind and compassionate but asked the tough questions that I needed to face and resolve so that I could move past my hurt, my anger and my fear surrounding our summer incident.

I am so thankful that I went to Lynsey.

- REBECCA

Working with Lynsey was a truly uplifting experience.  When we started our sessions,  I was 8 months into the separation and still feeling angry, hurt and resentful towards my ex-spouse. 

 

Lynsey was extremely easy to open up to and provided lots of encouragement and understanding for my feelings by letting me just talk.  The most notable difference in working with Lynsey was that she provided techniques to help decrease the conflict between myself and my ex. 

 

We would start each new session by discussing the techniques I had used in the past weeks and how they worked. At the end of each session with Lynsey, I always felt better and had a clearer mind which allowed me to refocus and concentrate on the important people in my life versus those that were causing me pain and sadness.

- SARAH

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Bridge to Wellness is located in New Brunswick, a province situated on the traditional unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Wolastoqiyik, Mi’kmaq and Peskotomuhkati peoples. The Treaties of Peace and Friendship were signed with these Nations and the British Crown in the 1700s to establish an ongoing relationship of peace, friendship, and mutual respect without the surrender of land or resources by Indigenous peoples. 

 

As a person of European settler heritage and as a social worker, it is important for me to personally and professionally acknowledge my contribution to colonization and to constantly work toward meaningful reconciliation and allyship. I respect and honour those who have provided knowledge, guidance, space, and patience as I continue to learn and grow.  - Lynsey

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