Even on the coldest winter days, the warmth of the sun can bring comfort, solace, and a gentle yet resolute reminder that the snow will melt, the days will get longer, and the earth will bloom once again. Apricity is a deep breath of hopefulness – a feeling that embodies the therapeutic process.
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the warmth of the sun in the winter
I am a Registered Psychologist with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Alberta and a Master of Counselling from City University of Seattle.
I am a Registered Psychologist and Registered Play Therapy Supervisor with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of the Fraser Valley and a Master of Counselling from City University of Seattle. Working with children and youth has been my passion for the over 15 years.
I am passionate about providing thoughtful and compassionate support that is grounded in evidence-based practice and caters to the unique needs of each individual. Throughout my journey thus far, I have gained ample experience working with a wide range of populations including individuals, couples, families, and children.
Working together towards a shared goal, I aim to create a safe space for you as you take the next step towards wellness. It is a privilege to work with, and learn from, my clients
I am a Master of Counseling intern from the City University of Seattle, with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta. I am passionate about working alongside people who have experienced grief, loss, and trauma.
Grounding is the process of using specific techniques that work to relax our nervous system and help us to connect to the present moment. These techniques often involve engaging one or more of our five senses and can help with decreasing feelings of anxiety.