By David Burdett | 08.11.2018 – 08:10am PDTIn a world where spirituality is seen as a mental disorder, spiritual awakening counseling (SAC) has become one of the most popular and popularly used therapies.SAC was introduced in Britain in the 1990s and is currently available to people who suffer from anxiety, depression, PTSD, panic disorder, or any other mental health condition.
It involves a therapist providing spiritual guidance to clients about their thoughts, feelings and desires and can be used to help people recover from trauma, addictions, or other issues.
While SAC is not recommended for people with bipolar disorder, some studies suggest that its use may help people with the disorder.
Some research also suggests that it can be effective in treating post-traumatic stress disorder.SACP, which is used by more than a quarter of all mental health services in the United Kingdom, was first introduced in Vancouver in the late 1990s.
In 2013, the city launched its first SAC clinic, called the Vancouver Healing Centre, which currently serves more than 2,000 clients each month.
It’s not clear whether the new clinic is the first SACC clinic in Vancouver, or the first of its kind in Canada.
According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, there are currently 5,000 licensed practitioners in the province of British Columbia and the number is growing.
According a 2014 study by the Fraser Institute, there were more than 3,000 registered practitioners in Vancouver at the end of 2015, with nearly 40 per cent of them being licensed mental health providers.