Lodestone Counselling Services Launches New Cutting-edge Web Site, HowToCope.ca

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Lodestone Counselling Services, a Toronto-based provider of various therapeutic approaches dedicated to providing outpatient counselling to adolescents, young adults, adults, and families, is proud to announce the launch of its new web site, http://www.HowToCope.ca/.

A recent survey showed more than one-third of employees, 35 percent, experienced bullying in the workplace,” said Cannataro. “Verbal abuse, offensive behaviours, threats, intimidation, and humiliation are all forms of workplace bullying.

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Lodestone Counselling Services, a Toronto-based provider of various therapeutic approaches dedicated to providing outpatient counselling to adolescents, young adults, adults, and families, is proud to announce the launch of its new web site, http://www.HowToCope.ca/.

“HowToCope.ca is pleased to be launching its new redesigned, full-service web site,” said Lodestone Counselling Services’ owner/operator Vivian Cannataro. “The new HowToCope.ca web site makes it easier for clients to find the services they need. Further, the site is customer-focused with more in-depth information. People lead very busy lives, and we want the new HowToCope.ca web site to help them find the services and information they need with ease.”

The modern, streamlined web site, designed by Numero Uno Web Solutions, is part of Lodestone Counselling Services’ ongoing efforts to enhance the quality and availability of information to its clients. HowToCope.ca provides detailed information on all aspects of Lodestone Counselling, including services, education programs, corporate training, and a regular blog.

While exploring HowToCope.ca, visitors will learn about Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), elements of being a more effective parent, troubles facing teens, and anger management. They can also discover the company’s empowerment workshops designed to reconnect clients to self-worth and self-esteem. HowToCope.ca also has a section focusing on “bullying in the workplace.”

“A recent survey showed more than one-third of employees, 35 percent, experienced bullying in the workplace,” said Cannataro. “Verbal abuse, offensive behaviours, threats, intimidation, and humiliation are all forms of workplace bullying.”

The most harmful forms of bullying, she says, tend to be more subtle, containing an emotional and verbal element. Faced repeatedly, workplace bullying can have a profound effect on a person’s mental, emotional, physical, and financial health.

HowToCope.ca offers a workshop designed to teach individuals how to recognize, respond to, and eliminate bullying in the workplace. This experiential workshop offers insightful tools and strategies on how to eliminate this detrimental behaviour effectively and quickly.

“I am pleased that the new HowToCope.ca site is both visually pleasing and organized in a more intuitive and user-friendly format,” said Cannataro. “The new site is an easy-to-use communication tool that I know our clients will love.”

To learn more about Lodestone Counselling Services, visit the company’s web site at http://www.HowToCope.ca/.

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