Are you having difficulties coping with life’s challenges?
Having trouble finding a solution?
Getting through your everyday daily tasks has proven problematic?
The AFLC Psychological/Peer Counselling Service is important for individuals who are having difficulties to cope and work through their problems. Through counselling, psychologists help people of all ages live happier, healthier and more productive lives; by offering a safe, non-biased, non-judgemental place to express their thoughts and feelings openly, gain insight and perspective and find solutions.
People seek counselling for a range of reasons in everyday life. Some pursue counselling for treatment of depression, anxiety or substance abuse. But others want help coping with major life transitions or changing problem behaviours such as the loss of a job, a divorce or the death of a loved one. Yet others need help managing and balancing the demands of parenting, work and family responsibilities, improving relationship skills or managing other stressors that can affect just about all of us. Anyone can benefit from counselling.
Need Counselling? Make an appointment.
To make an appointment;
Please contact the desired parish office or the Archdiocesan Family Life Commission (AFLC)
If we cannot accommodate your request for counselling, the AFLC ensures that they will source an alternative counselling service that is best suited for you and your needs.
M.H.C, Mental Health Clinician/Special Projects Coordinator for AFLC
Johnson graduated from Nova Southeastern University, Miami, Florida, with both a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology and Counselling and Master’s of Science degree in Mental Health Counselling. She’s been with the AFLC for six (6) years, working in faith with her colleagues towards the AFLC’s mission of enhancing and promoting the renewal of family. She currently provides counselling services mainly for children, adolescents, young adults and families.