TOTAL LIFESTYLE CHANGE
Individual Counselling | Workshops | Corporate Wellness
Jaime Saibil, a psychotherapist and organizational/ industrial consultant, has nearly a decade of experience providing counselling and consulting in the healthcare and weight loss industry. She works within a variety of areas, including stress, anxiety, depression, couples-related issues, communication and conflict resolution, blended families, alcohol and substance abuse, eating disorders, infertility/IVF and weight management. She holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling & Organizational/Industrial Psychology, and began working in the field of mental health in 2002.
She has worked with Accenture’s Talent & Organizational workgroup as an analyst to Fortune 500 companies, is a Registered member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, a Fellow of Massey College, and a published author in the Individual Journal of Psychology.
If one on one counselling isn't the right approach for you, we offer the following workshops too!
Building Workplace Stress Resiliency
In today's world we are always on, 24/7. There is no separation between work and non-work. 80% of people say they feel stressed at work and most struggle to cope.
In this workshop, we will tackle ways to identify and cope with stress at work.
You may already intuitively know that it's not just about diet and exercise. Sustaining weight loss can be challenging as long as you remain burdened by stress and other negative feelings.
This workshop provides a mentally and physically balanced, sustainable approach to weight loss.
Communication and Conflict Resolution in Relationships
Healthy conflict is actually an important part of growing with our partners. Yet most of us have developed a style of conflict that prevents communication and escalates the conflict.
In this workshop you will learn strategies of communication in conflict that will bring you and your partner closer together.
If you are in a blended family, you already know how challenging it can be. Parenting in one home is hard enough. But trying to navigate multiple homes, multiple parents and styles, can create serious conflict that hurts parents and children alike.
In this workshop you will gain the necessary tools for better understanding, communication, collaboration and self-care.