Therapy in Relationship Assistance

EMERGENCY APPOINTMENT

LASALLE CLINIC

ONLINE APPOINTMENT

IN LASALLE OR CHARLEMAGNE

EMERGENCY APPOINTMENT

CHARLEMAGNE CLINIC

DISCOVER THE CREATIVE NON-DIRECTIVE APPROACH (CND) IN RELATIONSHIP THERAPY

The Creative Non-Directive Approach (CNDA) is a relational and professional approach that fosters the development of self-love, self-respect and self-confidence. It encourages creativity, autonomy and freedom of being.

 

ORIGIN OF THE APPROACH

Created by Colette Portelance in 1989, ANDC focuses on the relational process in the here and now. It requires a climate of respect, empathic listening and authenticity to enable individuals to take charge of their lives.

CLIMATE AND WORK

The creative non-directive approach does not succeed in a climate of provocation or confrontation, but in an atmosphere of self-respect and respect for others, empathic listening and authenticity, characterized by the warm presence of the practitioner in the here and now of the relationship. This non-directive approach enables students to take charge of their own lives, no longer leaving the helm to others, and no longer letting themselves be tossed about by events.

 

HOW DOES THE APPOINTMENT WORK ?

Meetings take place virtually and last 60 minutes.

WHAT ARE THE REASONS FOR CONSULTING A HELPING RELATIONSHIP THERAPIST® (TRAMD)?

 

Helping Relationship Therapists® (TRAMD) support you in the difficulties of everyday life, both in your relationship with yourself and with others.

Examples of reasons related to your relationship with yourself:

  • Increased general well-being
  • Improved self-esteem
  • Development of self-confidence
  • Taking action in self-love
  • Passage à l'action dans l'amour de soi
  • Manage stress and destructive scenarios
  • Easing worries
  • Managing uncomfortable emotions
  • Overcoming fears to actualize yourself
  • Passing through life's stages
  • Acceptance of personal limits (illness, disability, etc.)
  • Unleashing creativity
  • Ability to enjoy the present moment
  • Breaking isolation and asking for help
  • Any other reason

Examples of reasons related to relationships:

  • Experiencing relationship difficulties of any kind
  • Experiencing communication difficulties
  • Experiencing conflict
  • Recognizing one's own value
  • Avoiding comparison
  • Protecting yourself from invasion
  • Setting limits
  • Managing conflicts constructively (family, work, friends, neighbors, etc.)
  • Prioritizing yourself
  • Asserting yourself
  • Take responsibility for your needs - take power over your life - get out of the victim position
  • Assume responsibility for differences
  • Assume leadership and/or authority
  • Instill respect
  • Bereavement or major loss (separation, divorce)
  • Any other reason

WHO ARE THE TRAMD THERAPISTS?

TRAMD or TRA, Thérapeutes en relation d’aide® are graduates of the Centre de relation d’aide de Montréal (CRAM), a professional school co-founded by Colette Portelance and François Lavigne in 1985.

TRAMDs must be members of CITRAC.

Only CITRAC members are authorized to use the titles TRA, Thérapeute en relation d’aide® or TRAMD, as both titles are protected by the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) and belong to CITRAC.

CITRAC-certified TRAMDs are required to take annual refresher courses (30 hours, including 25 hours at ANDC®) to ensure they are at the cutting edge of ANDC® and in compliance with the law. They benefit from professional supervision and are governed by a code of ethics and professional conduct that ensures the protection of the public.

TRAMDs have completed 1250 hours of basic training over three years at the Centre de relation d’aide de Montréal (CRAM), where they developed the ability to use the Creative Non-Directive Approach (ANDC®) created by Colette Portelance.

WHAT IS THE FIELD OF PRACTICE OF (TRAMD) ?

TRAMD offers support and accompaniment to help people cope with everyday difficulties and develop their resources to live a more fulfilling life. TRAMDs are not psychotherapists. Their work is complementary to that of health professionals.

TRAMDs do not diagnose. However, in order to offer you the best possible service, if your TRAMD has reason to believe that you need to undertake a process that lies outside his or her field of practice, he or she will refer you to a health professional who can offer you the services you need.

Only psychotherapists can perform the acts reserved for psychotherapy.

EMERGENCY APPOINTMENT

LASALLE CLINIC

ONLINE APPOINTMENT

IN LASALLE OR CHARLEMAGNE

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CHARLEMAGNE CLINIC

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