counselling + neurofeedback

craniosacral therapy

Reaching out for help with our struggles is a huge step and we recognize this and appreciate that you are considering do so. After a few sessions, our clients report a greater "sense of hope" and outlook for the future.  Counselling can help countless individuals and we sincerely hope you will find the courage to give it a try.


The first approach our therapist will use to help you reach this desired state is by doing individual counselling.  Through an evidence-based approach to psychotherapy, she can help you realize the balance and well-being that you or a loved one may be seeking.  Her background in health psychology provides her with a unique mind-body perspective which acknowledges the way our physical and emotional health interact to influence our current levels of functioning.

Our psychologist is here to help with concerns related to anxiety, depression, stress management, ADHD, weight management, disordered eating patterns, IBS and IBD, and relationship difficulties. Every client will feel comfortable, at ease, well-understood, and hopeful in the therapeutic process.  

The second approach that our therapist uses is NeurOptimal neurofeedback. NeurOptimal is much like a "mirror for the brain," which reflects back, in real time, to the individual what the brain has just done.  With that information, the brain is able to decide what to do and "reorganize" itself to become more efficient and stable.  NeurOptimal neurofeedback is a training and not a treatment in that it does not work to push the brain toward a particular protocol, but rather, is diagnostically agnostic and allows each individual's brain to help optimize itself.
Once the individual becomes aware of their own mental activity, they are able to adjust and self-regulate to achieve a more calm, focused mental state. Neurofeedback is implicated in the support of a variety of conditions, including: anxiety, depression, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, anger management, PTSD, post-concussion syndrome, addiction related behaviors (food included), "chemo brain," and insomnia. In addition, neurofeedback is used as a tool to reach your own peak performance. By training our mind to naturally restore itselfto a calm, focused state of being, individuals experience a "lift of brain fog," greater sleep, an increased ability to focus, greater impulse control, and an improved overall sense of well-being.

» Meet our registered psychologist, Kimberly Mueller