There are many different styles to councelling. Like many Social Workers, I take an eclectic approach to counselling, or fit the style to the client. I rely on a base of Cognitive Behavoiur Therapy training, especially for psychoeducation. There are many different ways to implement CBT, I often rely on Acceptance and Committment Therapy, or ACT. ACT incorporates mindfulness, or working in the now, and approaches treatment that focuses on one's values and accepting ones past as a way to move forward. ACT has three pillars, open up, be present, and do what matters. Cognitive Processing Therapy is a good fit for a person that is struggling with a certain moment of time. And some problems, and clients, would be better suited using a different approach like Solution Focused Therapy. This might be a good fit with Queen's (St. Lawrence, RMC) students that face the challenges of working in a stressful environment often away from home. Every person is different, and the key is to work together to find acceptance and resolution.