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Tag Archives: Couples Counselling

Why Couples Sometimes Can’t Compromise

Posted on: Sunday, September 9th, 2012 under blog

As a Calgary Marriage Counsellor I often am faced with the situation where I am helping a couple come out of a gridlock situation on an important issue. It is rarely about just give and take. First the relationship has to be made safe enough for each to feel like they are not losing out […]


Calgary Couples Here Are Three Things Never to Say in a Fight

Posted on: Tuesday, August 28th, 2012 under blog

For couples seeking marriage counselling it is more likely than not that there is some poor communication going on. Usually when we are in the heat of the moment we say things that make it more likely that the fight will go from bad to worse. Here are three things not to say…


Journey Counselling is Thrilled to Welcome Réjeanne Dupuis!

Posted on: Friday, June 4th, 2010 under blog

Journey Counselling is growing! We welcome Rejeanne Dupuis to our team!  Rejeanne is an accomplished counselor with specializations in working with couples, stress management, chronic illness management and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered counselling.  Rejeanne returned to university at the age of 42 to become a clinical psychologist and is currently pursuing her PhD in […]


Where is the Relationship Break Down?

Posted on: Thursday, March 18th, 2010 under blog

The number one topic of concern when couples call for therapy is ‘communication’. Several complaints tend to follow… ‘we start a conversation and it breaks down into an argument. It could be about anything’. I have found the break down tends to be in five areas: Money, Sex, In-Laws, Parenting & Chores, in no particular […]


Launching eCounselling Option in 2010!

Posted on: Friday, January 1st, 2010 under blog

With the unprecedented accessibility to new forms of communication technology and the distance that sometimes separates people from the resources and help they need, some may find it beneficial to use emails, telephone, skype or instant messaging to address personal issues and concerns. What is it? eCounselling is an opportunity to connect with a professional […]


Lay off the Tiger!

Posted on: Sunday, December 20th, 2009 under blog

News of what the Tiger has been doing off the green has hit the news and gained a lot of attention. One interviewee expressed on television, when asked about his reaction, ‘I have only known Tiger the golfer and not really Tiger the man, so I am not in any way disillusioned.’ Some say, it […]


Holding on to Yourself

Posted on: Wednesday, November 4th, 2009 under blog

How do I maintain a clear sense of who I am in the presence of my partner and his stuborness? How do I change the course of my relationship when my partner is not willing to come to counselling? I find myself ‘losing it’ every time the issue of $pending comes up! This seems to […]