Mira Djakov, MMFT

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Marriage and Family Therapist; Mental Health and Substance Use Clinician

Mira Djakov, MMFT holds Master degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and is also a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, as well as British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors.

Mira works with families whose members deal with various mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, addiction, personality disorders, etc. She also maintains successful private practice where she offers couples counselling. Mira is passionate about helping individuals create stronger and more meaningful relationships. She has presented on those topics internationally providing families with the tools necessary to have healthier and more fulfilling family life. Mira embraces the moments of happiness as well as growth in her role of a wife and mother. She enjoys music and nature.

REVIEWED ARTICLES

The Five Ways for Couples to Grow a Deeper Connection

Relationships are dynamic in their nature, and it’s no wonder that people find themselves on a rocky road from time to time. That is why everyone needs some advice on how to proceed and grow a deeper connection. We have compiled this overview of five ways to continue strengthening the bond with each other and […]

5 Little Things That Can Change Your Relationship

It’s often easy to forget the amount of will, hardship, and perseverance it took to win the heart of your significant other. Most people sooner or later find themselves in a situation where all the romantic spark is gone, and their relationship is stagnant. The affection of your beloved one has been won over, and […]

5 Surprisingly Simple Tips for Making Marriage Work

“Let me not to the marriage of true minds Admit impediments. Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds, Or bends with the remover to remove.” William Shakspeare, Sonnet 116 (1-4) Ideally, all couples marry for love. Time after time, the bubble of subtle emotions bursts under the pressure of everyday life, the […]

How Connecting with Nature Benefits Our Well-Being

It’s common knowledge that our environment plays a significant role in how we feel – too much noise makes us edgy, too many people make us ill-at-ease, too many tasks make us stressed and yet somehow, all these negative feelings seem to wash away the moment we step inside a natural and tranquil setting. This […]

How to Start Journaling for Mental Health

No matter what it is you’re trying to achieve, often, it’s getting started with the process that is the most troubling part of all. The same goes for journaling, which can put a strain on your emotions before helping you reach a breakthrough. With this reflective method being more prominent (and proven) than ever, it’s […]

Seven Smart Ways How to Increase Your Child's Confidence

Every parent desires to enhance their child’s confidence. A confident child embraces its strength while acknowledging its weaknesses. Countless studies have shown that confidence plays a major role in the later stages of life and, hence, such children tend to be more successful adults. They are also more likely to nurture stable relationships with other […]

An Easy Guide to Dealing with Stressful Situations

With stress becoming an ever-looming presence in the contemporary lives of people everywhere, it’s crucial to be able to deal with it swiftly before it disrupts your life more than it already has. We’re not saying that stress is something new and unknown to humankind, but the number of sources and directions has increased. Our […]

7 Simple Ways to De-Stress

The hectic pace of our daily lives often has us wondering about the simple ways to de-stress and unwind from all the havoc we seldom manage to escape. The lack of quality sleep, too many chores, too much paperwork in the office, constant rush, and unhealthy irregular meals do huge damage to your health. It’s […]

How Journaling Can Reduce Stress

Among various stress-coping strategies, journaling stands out as one of the less physically demanding techniques, yet equally beneficial. If you haven’t tried it yet and wonder precisely how journaling can reduce stress, now’s the time to start. This is the most creative outlet through which you’ll see all of your worries dissipate. What you’ll need […]

Parenting: The Gift of Understanding

Having hopes and dreams for your child is one of the hallmarks of a loving parent, devoted to setting the course of a child’s life. When we show understanding to our children, though, they experience our love most clearly. For a child, being understood helps them come to terms with their own emotions and thoughts. […]

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