Art Therapy for the Anxious Adolescent

“Art is restoration: the idea is to repair the damages that are inflicted in life, to make something that is fragmented – which is what fear and anxiety do to a person – into something whole.” – Louise Bourgeois Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress. However, anxiety can become overwhelming to the point of......

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A Parable of Recovery

A Parable of Recovery

I have sat in many sessions with clients at PCS who express their reluctance to step outside their typical zone of comfort. They may even be sitting in the middle of an extensive and extended treatment process (the PCS Intensive) with others and seemingly having strong insights and meaningful awareness as it pertains to their......

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Reflecting on the Dream

All of us are probably aware of Dr. Martin Luther King’s speech, “I have a dream.”  When I listen to that, it speaks to a passion in me in terms of justice and civil rights. That passion continues in terms of PCS outreach beyond the borders of our individual, couples, and family therapy. Our therapist Ken......

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Quebeckers mourn for victims of Nice attacks

LAURENT BASTIEN The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Jul. 14, 2016 10:09PM EDT Last updated Friday, Jul. 15, 2016 1:41PM EDT In some corners of Montreal, home to more than 100,000 French citizens, Bastille Day is celebrated with nearly the same fervour as in the streets of Paris. Revellers typically gather in Le Plateau-Mont-Royal and......

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Exploring Polyamorous Relationships

Polyamory is defined as is the practice of, or desire for, intimate relationships involving more than two people, with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved. Click here to view the Fox 10 News Interview with Dr. Marcus Earle and Dr. Morgan Francis.   If you have questions about polyamorous relationships or need help, our team......

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