With her Masters of Social Work from the University of Toronto and over 16 years of counselling experience, Kim's therapy approach is encouraging, motivating and practical. Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) she provides practical techniques to address anxious and depressive moods. She believes that self-talk and lifestyle routines play a key role in successfully managing emotions. When we adapt a more positive, balanced perspective, our feelings and behaviours follow. Past hurts and traumas can be used as a powerful ally to produce a newfound freedom. By walking through our pain we can find new restored purpose and JOY!
• Managing Anxious & Depressive Moods • Setting Boundaries • Controlling Anger • Increasing Self-esteem • Growing Through Grief • Loss & Rejection • Resolving Conflict • Accepting Imperfection • Trading Control for Freedom • Christian faith-based perspective (upon request)
Therapy will look at what makes you unique. It will help you discover your passions, gifts and desires that sometimes get hidden deep within the hardships of life. It will help you identify and deal with destructive behaviours, and damaging mind sets that are holding you back, so you can live your Life with JOY!
Call or Email Kim Drivas for a free 15 minute consultation now - (289) 302-5613
- Session Fee: $165 per session
Pay By: ACH Bank transfer, Mastercard, Visa
Contact your insurance provider to see if counselling/psychotherapy is covered under a Masters of Social Work/"Registered Social Worker".
Email me or call (289) 302-5613 with questions.
- Membership: Ontario College of Social Workers & Social Service Workers
- Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
- Coping Skills
- Anger Management
- Emotional Disturbance
- Life Coaching
- Life Transitions
- Marital and Premarital
- Peer Relationships
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Women's Issues
- Mood Disorders
- Elders (65+)
Types of Therapy
- Christian Counselling
- Cognitive Behavioural (CBT)
- Emotionally Focused
- Motivational Interviewing
- Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
Last Modified: 30 Nov 2022