Colette Berg, M.Ed., M.A.C.P., M.A. (candidate)
Master Arts Counselling Intern
I am a Master of Arts Counselling intern and I am passionate about helping others journey to become the best version of themselves. I am excited to be joining the Bridge Counseling Team for my internship.
Approach to Counselling
I am a mother and educator and I have worked with children, adolescents and their families in educational settings for over 22 years. As a genuine, caring and insightful professional, I strive to create safe therapeutic spaces that foster connection, self-awareness, mindfulness, personal growth and transformation. I have a holistic and humanistic approach to counselling.
Group Therapy Offered
Meet with highly qualified Counselors in a group setting to be supported through your journey as a parent, caregiver, or grandparent. When there is disruption within the family, whether it is due to illness, loss, transition, divorce, or life stages, the dynamic of the family can change. This can interrupt the ebb and flow of normal development to the extent that outside interventions should be called on to return the family unit to harmony again.
The outcome can be a more positive and healthy path of strength and unity, with everyone ready to face the next challenge that life has to bring.
Learn strategies to motivate your child, manage household and school stress, understand your child's emotions, and achieve harmony within your family. Current research and evidence will be presented and applied as we guide you along your journey.
Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based psychological treatment that is scientifically proven to reduce anxiety.
Group CBT is an effective way to reduce the symptoms of anxiety, depression and low self-esteem. CBT works by targeting the components that are known to maintain these symptoms. More specifically, the cognitive part (the ‘C’ part of CBT) looks at the thoughts and predictions that people have about anxiety, depression or low self-esteem provoking situations and the behavioural part (the ‘B’ part of CBT) looks at what people do when they’re feeling anxious, depressed or lacking in self-esteem.
Group work provides a supportive environment for growth. It is reassuring to know that you are not the only one facing these challenges.
Specialties in counselling
Child Behavioural Issues
Self-Care for Helpers
Types of Therapy
Children / Teens / Young Adults / Adults / Elderly