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Jordan Gruenhage

Are you a gay man who is overwhelmed by the intensity of your feelings? Do certain situations feel triggering or remind you of a past trauma? It can feel unbearable when you’re just trying to keep it together, and hoping nobody notices when you start breathing rapidly, sweating, or shaking. Even between intense moments, there can be a low-level anxiety that feels like it’s always lurking, ready to take over at any time. Not to mention the shame about not feeling in control of your responses. The good news is that there are specific skills that can be learned to listen to your emotions and think about your past in a whole new way.

To start, we’ll create a customized plan for your counselling. Often, I’ll first teach you some skills for understanding and managing your emotions so that you feel more in control and grounded early on. We’ll also explore your history so that we can do more advanced therapeutic work that focuses on addressing your unique challenges and achieving your goals.

I believe gay men have inherent worth, and that we deserve fulfilling lives. I help fellow gay men just like you understand their emotions better, heal from past trauma, and grow their sense of self-worth so that they can enjoy living fully as themselves. Visit my website today and book your free 15 minute consultation call to get started.

*At this time, I am seeing all clients online through video. Online counselling is effective, convenient, & easier than you may imagine.*

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The Centre for Gay Counselling

1-877-542-8727

Locations
  • Vancouver BC
  • Victoria BC
  • Kelowna BC
Areas of Practice
  • Relationships
  • Relationships - Alternative Structures
  • Relationships - Couples
  • Relationships - LGBTQ2
  • Self Esteem
  • Sexuality
  • Shame and Chronic Shame
  • Stress
  • Trauma
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Language
  • English
Modalities
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy
  • Online Counselling

CVAP

Wheel Chair Access

Provides Clinical Supervision

BIPOC Counsellor

Indigenous Counsellor

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