Stephanie has worked with children, youth, and families, since graduating with her Masters of Art in Counselling Psychology. She understands the vulnerability it takes to reach out to a counsellor when life is hard, and wants to honour that trust journey by providing her clients with a warm understanding therapeutic relationship in which you feel safe to work toward your desired futures. Her first step in counselling is to develop emotional safety and trust. Stephanie will offer a listening ear, heart, and mind, accompanied by tools and therapeutic activities to help you feel connected and able to move through the struggles of life to a place where you know yourself, understand life more, and can take steps towards the future.
Stephanie often uses Emotion Focused Family Therapy in conjunction with other theories and emotional processing therapies to (1) help children and youth connect with, and respond to, their emotions in constructive ways and and to (2) help parents who are struggling with the role of helping and nurturing the ones they love most. Along with these approaches Stephanie integrates various aspects of other theories so that she can speak and work in a way that resonates with you and your way of processing.
Stephanie uses experiential and relational theories of counselling while recognizing and addressing how your family and social system interacts with you. Some of her experiences in counselling include anxiety, identity/self-esteem, eating disorders, shame, perfectionism, trauma, and parenting struggles. Stephanie is a professional member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association and is registered as a Canadian Certified Counsellor.
Stephanie looks forward to opportunities to walk alongside you while you explore, process, and grow.
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