Taking clients into another level of counselling. Rewiring the mind with clinical and evidence base counselling. Individuals and couples struggling with relationship/marital issues, parenting, mental health (depression, anxiety, psychosis, OCD, phobias, panic attacks, PTSD, ADHD, ODD, ADD,) and addictions, anger issues, sexual related issues, drug addictions and other issues. Individuals who are affected emotionally, psychologically, socially and spiritually. Harrison is a Registered Social Worker, Marriage Counsellor and a Psychoeducator. His method is finding the cause of the emotional infection, explore and provide solutions with hope that individuals will live life with only scars and no hurts.
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Harrison is taking counselling into another level, with the option of E-counselling, phone and Skype counselling. With a seasoned background in mental health, several methods of treatment are implemented including CBT, DBT, TDP, mindfulness, behavioural activation, relationship counselling, family therapy, couple’s therapy, individual and group counselling. A non-judgement approach.
Harrison is a therapist, specializing in cognitive behaviour, a researcher, author of several books found in bookstores and online. Public speaker, guest on several TV and radio programs, conferences, workshops and seminars. “We have one life to live, lets live it like there is no tomorrow”, says Harrison.
Harrison S. Mungal, BTh ,MA, MSW, RSW, OAMHP, PhD
Registered Social Worker/Therapist/Marriage Counsellor/psychoeducator.
- Founding member of the Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies
- Member of the Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals.
- Member (Professional Affiliate) of the Ontario Psychological Association
- Member of the Canadian Association of Neuroscience
- Member of the American Society of Neuroscience
- Member of the Ontario College Of Social Work and Social Services Worker
Mungal, H.S. (Current research)
Thought Developmental Practice- Brampton Civic Hospital outpatients approved by the Research Ethics Board. Focused on alcohol and marijuana use that triggers anxiety and depression.
Mungal, H. S. (February 2015)
Research on relationships and developed four major quadrants to bring about successful relationships. The quadrants was initiated on 25 couples with an 87% success after three months.
Mungal, H. S. (August 2012)
Common issues men faces between age 19-35 years old, affecting their mental health. Research with 100 men finding commonalities.
Mungal, H. S. (January 2011)
Music Therapy and Mental Illness and the need to link with culture and religious organizations.
Mungal, H. S. (May, 2010)
Music Therapy and Schizophrenia presentation to Florida Christian University.
Mungal, H. S. (April, 2001)
Assessing vaccinations given in Ontario to children under 6 years old.