Posts Tagged anxiety

Managing your Anger

By CFSSC clinician,  Angie Blandford, B. Sc., MSW Emotions In the 20th century, Dr. Paul Ekman identified six basic emotions: Anger Disgust Fear Happiness Sadness Surprise In Dr. Ekman’s book, Emotions in the Human Face: Guidelines for Research and an Integration of Findings (1972), he states that these emotions are universal, hardwired, automatic and can trigger […]

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Three Steps to Better Boundaries

By CFSSC Clinician Joanna B, M.Sc., RP, RMFT It can be hard to say No. Standing up for oneself and setting boundaries with others is a common goal for clients in counselling. Our clients often share their struggle to refuse requests from others and to maintain appropriate boundaries. A few challenging situations for people who […]

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