Shame and guilt, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can create a self-perpetuating, vicious cycle in the psyche

Choosing a Therapist

Dr. Michael Dadson sheds some light on his approach for clients who battle emotions such as worthlessness. Michael Dadson, Ph.D., is Senior Clinical Director of Practice, Gentle Currents Therapy – Counselling and Neurofeedback Therapy, located in Langley, British Columbia, and has been a professional counsellor for over 35 years. The psychologically destructive effects of guilt and […]

Choosing a Therapist

Dissociative Disorder

Mike Dadson Ph.D. Clinical Counsellor operates his clinic in Langley, BC. www.gentlecurrentstherapy.com See Mike Dadson’s YouTube Videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLnx2V8zK9VEg60V5NH2fDQ Why Therapy Can Be Helpful There are many reasons for deciding to see a professional counselor or therapist. There are the most common reasons, which include grief, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, mood management, relationship difficulties, trauma and PTSD. A […]

Uncertainty During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Coronavirus and Pandemic Feelings of Uncertainty

During this time of uncertainty with the Coronavirus, Michael Dadson has had many conversations with people about how we can handle the uncertainty for ourselves and our families. Here are some thoughts: 1) It’s NORMAL to feel anxious: everyone feels the uncertainty of the situation, you are not alone in feeling this way. 2) We can […]

Finding Calm During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Finding calm during pandemic in Langley BC with Dr. Michael Dadson

How we think about things is very powerful. Shifting how we think about self-isolation and feeling lonely and unable to do what we normally do, to a powerful perspective will not only help keep our own spirits up, but help curb the spread of the cornonavirus. Here are some of my thoughts:1) It’s NORMAL to […]

Evaluation of a group intervention for veterans who experienced military related trauma

Dr. Michael Dadson Military Trauma Therapy

Military-related trauma and veteran status have been linked with post-traumatic stress symptoms, depressive symptoms, and other personal and interpersonal difficulties. While many treatment evaluations for people with post-traumatic stress exist, few veteran populations or group formats have been evaluated. This report presents an evaluation of the Veterans Transition Program (VTP)–a group-based treatment for veterans who […]