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Dr. Stacey Shelby, PhD, RCC, Depth Psychotherapist,    Author of  Tracking the Wild Woman Archetype: A Guide to Becoming a Whole In-Divisible Woman (2018)    I have a masters degree and a Ph.D. in depth psychology and I practice as a depth psychotherapist in Squamish, British Columbia. I am also a Registered Clinical Counselor (RCC) which is recognized by many extended health care insurers. I focus on the integration of the mind, body, and spirit to establish a sense of inner peace and wholeness. My approach is to care for the soul with loving compassion and create a safe and supportive environment for individuals in their explorations.  Depth psychology addresses the interaction of conscious and unconscious elements, bringing the latter into consciousness. We will often work with dreams and the body to address the symbolic level in the unconscious. In this way we work on the underlying issues.  "Symptoms" may present as addiction, depression, anxiety, relationship, or work struggles, additionally feelings of purposelessness or loneliness may be present.  Read more about Stacey  here .

Dr. Stacey Shelby, PhD, RCC, Depth Psychotherapist,

Author of Tracking the Wild Woman Archetype: A Guide to Becoming a Whole In-Divisible Woman (2018)

I have a masters degree and a Ph.D. in depth psychology and I practice as a depth psychotherapist in Squamish, British Columbia. I am also a Registered Clinical Counselor (RCC) which is recognized by many extended health care insurers. I focus on the integration of the mind, body, and spirit to establish a sense of inner peace and wholeness. My approach is to care for the soul with loving compassion and create a safe and supportive environment for individuals in their explorations.

Depth psychology addresses the interaction of conscious and unconscious elements, bringing the latter into consciousness. We will often work with dreams and the body to address the symbolic level in the unconscious. In this way we work on the underlying issues.

"Symptoms" may present as addiction, depression, anxiety, relationship, or work struggles, additionally feelings of purposelessness or loneliness may be present.

Read more about Stacey here.

Allison Green, MA, RCC, Child and Youth Therapist   Allison Green, MA RCC is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who specializes in therapy with children and youth. A graduate of the University of Victoria with a degree in Social Work and City University of Seattle with a Masters in Counselling Psychology, Allison has worked with children, youth and families since 2004.  Allison has extensive experience working with young people in the area of mental health in a variety of settings including counselling children and families in elementary, secondary and post-secondary school settings, counselling children and youth with mental health concerns, supporting children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS, providing threat assessment and crisis intervention support to schools, and leading groups of youth on extended wilderness and leadership expeditions.  Read more about Allison  here .

Allison Green, MA, RCC, Child and Youth Therapist

Allison Green, MA RCC is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who specializes in therapy with children and youth. A graduate of the University of Victoria with a degree in Social Work and City University of Seattle with a Masters in Counselling Psychology, Allison has worked with children, youth and families since 2004.

Allison has extensive experience working with young people in the area of mental health in a variety of settings including counselling children and families in elementary, secondary and post-secondary school settings, counselling children and youth with mental health concerns, supporting children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS, providing threat assessment and crisis intervention support to schools, and leading groups of youth on extended wilderness and leadership expeditions.

Read more about Allison here.

Sarah Jeffrey, MA, CCC, Registered Psychotherapist   As a counsellor I see myself as your ally, and as a part of your greater network of support. My counselling style is dynamic. I take a mindfulness based, body-centered approach, placing a strong emphasis on developing genuine relationship with each of my clients.  Ultimately I see our relationship as a launching point for emotional safety and transformation. Viewing counselling as delicate, I offer each client presence and non-judgement as we process together. You are an expert on your own life and I believe that by combining your self-expertise with my therapeutic skill and knowledge, great things will unfold! Believing strongly in self-care, I have a daily meditation practice, spend time with my Squamish community, play outdoors as often as possible, and endlessly pursue international travel.  I have an MA in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology. I am a Canadian Certified Counsellor and a Registered Psychotherapist in CO, USA.  Read more about Sarah  here .

Sarah Jeffrey, MA, CCC, Registered Psychotherapist

As a counsellor I see myself as your ally, and as a part of your greater network of support. My counselling style is dynamic. I take a mindfulness based, body-centered approach, placing a strong emphasis on developing genuine relationship with each of my clients.

Ultimately I see our relationship as a launching point for emotional safety and transformation. Viewing counselling as delicate, I offer each client presence and non-judgement as we process together. You are an expert on your own life and I believe that by combining your self-expertise with my therapeutic skill and knowledge, great things will unfold! Believing strongly in self-care, I have a daily meditation practice, spend time with my Squamish community, play outdoors as often as possible, and endlessly pursue international travel.

I have an MA in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology. I am a Canadian Certified Counsellor and a Registered Psychotherapist in CO, USA.

Read more about Sarah here.

 
Jade Honce, MA, CCC, RCC   Jade Honce is a Masters level Creative Arts Therapist and a registered Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. The Creative Arts Therapies offers an umbrella of therapeutic approaches to suit the needs of each individual client. In addition to traditional talk therapy, creative processes based in theatre, art, music and play are used to achieve therapeutic goals. Jade specializes in Drama Therapy which uses theatre specific processes as therapy, such as storytelling, role-play and improvisation.  Jade has a client-centered and strengths-based approach to therapy. This means she offers non-directive and directive interventions according to each client's need. Working with client strengths, she uses interventions that incorporate them for deeper and more engaging work. Services are offered to children, teens and adults in individual, family and group sessions.  Read more about Jade  here .

Jade Honce, MA, CCC, RCC

Jade Honce is a Masters level Creative Arts Therapist and a registered Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. The Creative Arts Therapies offers an umbrella of therapeutic approaches to suit the needs of each individual client. In addition to traditional talk therapy, creative processes based in theatre, art, music and play are used to achieve therapeutic goals. Jade specializes in Drama Therapy which uses theatre specific processes as therapy, such as storytelling, role-play and improvisation.

Jade has a client-centered and strengths-based approach to therapy. This means she offers non-directive and directive interventions according to each client's need. Working with client strengths, she uses interventions that incorporate them for deeper and more engaging work. Services are offered to children, teens and adults in individual, family and group sessions.

Read more about Jade here.

Sarah Jane Thomson, MA, RCC, MEd   I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors. A graduate from UBC in Biopsychology and City University in Counselling Psychology, I have worked in the Sea to Sky Corridor since 2006 supporting and counselling adults and families experiencing a wide range of difficult life stressors and mental health concerns. My focus in therapy is to develop a safe and confidential therapeutic relationship that provides the foundation for exploring underlying issues that may be barriers to your quality of life and wellbeing.  Read more about Sarah Jane  here .

Sarah Jane Thomson, MA, RCC, MEd

I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors. A graduate from UBC in Biopsychology and City University in Counselling Psychology, I have worked in the Sea to Sky Corridor since 2006 supporting and counselling adults and families experiencing a wide range of difficult life stressors and mental health concerns. My focus in therapy is to develop a safe and confidential therapeutic relationship that provides the foundation for exploring underlying issues that may be barriers to your quality of life and wellbeing.

Read more about Sarah Jane here.

Kristin Trotter, MA, RCC   I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor, with a Masters in Counselling Psychology. With 18 years of experience in a variety of counselling settings, I am adept at working with youth, young adults and families experiencing a range of life stressors and mental health concerns.  Within the therapeutic relationship, I strives to create a safe, trusting and compassionate space. Practicing from a client-centered approach, I view individuals as experts in their own lives and see counselling as a collaborative process of identifying therapeutic goals and experiencing change.  Read more about Kristin  here

Kristin Trotter, MA, RCC

I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor, with a Masters in Counselling Psychology. With 18 years of experience in a variety of counselling settings, I am adept at working with youth, young adults and families experiencing a range of life stressors and mental health concerns.

Within the therapeutic relationship, I strives to create a safe, trusting and compassionate space. Practicing from a client-centered approach, I view individuals as experts in their own lives and see counselling as a collaborative process of identifying therapeutic goals and experiencing change.

Read more about Kristin here

 
Sarah Manwaring Everett, MEd   Sarah Manwaring, M.Ed, specializes in offering educational and behavioural support to children, youth & their parents. Sarah holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Expressive Art Therapy and skillfully utilizes this therapeutic approach to support a safe, collaborative & creative space for learning, growth & change. She holds a Masters in Education and is registered as a counsellor with the ACCT.  Sarah has spent 20 years working with children in a variety of local & international settings. Most recently, this has included individual in-school elementary & middle school counselling through the provincially funded PEACE programme, pre-teen girls & boys support groups & classroom education on topics such as healthy relationships, sexual consent, anxiety, mental health & self care strategies.  Prior to her work & life in Squamish, Sarah worked globally with youth on educational wilderness expeditions. Curriculum focus included leaderships skills, community building, teamwork, self-awareness, place-based learning & risk management.  Read more about Sarah  here .

Sarah Manwaring Everett, MEd

Sarah Manwaring, M.Ed, specializes in offering educational and behavioural support to children, youth & their parents. Sarah holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Expressive Art Therapy and skillfully utilizes this therapeutic approach to support a safe, collaborative & creative space for learning, growth & change. She holds a Masters in Education and is registered as a counsellor with the ACCT.

Sarah has spent 20 years working with children in a variety of local & international settings. Most recently, this has included individual in-school elementary & middle school counselling through the provincially funded PEACE programme, pre-teen girls & boys support groups & classroom education on topics such as healthy relationships, sexual consent, anxiety, mental health & self care strategies.

Prior to her work & life in Squamish, Sarah worked globally with youth on educational wilderness expeditions. Curriculum focus included leaderships skills, community building, teamwork, self-awareness, place-based learning & risk management.

Read more about Sarah here.

Bernd Mueller, MSc, MSW, RSW   I am a Clinical Social Worker offering therapy for adults, youth, couples, parents/caregivers and their children in a trauma-informed safe space to process emotions or difficult life experiences. I am a Registered Social Worker with the British Columbia College of Social Workers with Masters in Social Work and Special Needs Education Psychology. Since 2003, I have been working as a Clinical Therapist in private practice, community based and hospital settings in Germany, Nova Scotia, Vancouver and Squamish.  I work with individuals and couples of all ages and with a variety of concerns including unresolved trauma (PTSD), anxiety, depression, emotion regulation, self-harming behaviour, losses, grief, identity, burnout, substance use concerns, relationship and attachment issues. I also provide services for parents and caregivers with children experiencing anxiety and behavioural concerns. I am committed to creating a safe space for clients of different gender identities.  My approach to counselling is client-centered, non-judgmental and collaborative, encouraging you to tap into your innate wisdom and strengths. I work holistically with thoughts, feelings and the body to help open doors to the fullness of your present moment experience.  Read more about Bernd  here

Bernd Mueller, MSc, MSW, RSW

I am a Clinical Social Worker offering therapy for adults, youth, couples, parents/caregivers and their children in a trauma-informed safe space to process emotions or difficult life experiences. I am a Registered Social Worker with the British Columbia College of Social Workers with Masters in Social Work and Special Needs Education Psychology. Since 2003, I have been working as a Clinical Therapist in private practice, community based and hospital settings in Germany, Nova Scotia, Vancouver and Squamish.

I work with individuals and couples of all ages and with a variety of concerns including unresolved trauma (PTSD), anxiety, depression, emotion regulation, self-harming behaviour, losses, grief, identity, burnout, substance use concerns, relationship and attachment issues. I also provide services for parents and caregivers with children experiencing anxiety and behavioural concerns. I am committed to creating a safe space for clients of different gender identities.

My approach to counselling is client-centered, non-judgmental and collaborative, encouraging you to tap into your innate wisdom and strengths. I work holistically with thoughts, feelings and the body to help open doors to the fullness of your present moment experience.

Read more about Bernd here

Helen Croza, MA, RCC   I am a Somatic Psychotherapist, Registered Clinical Counsellor, and Founder of the Feminine Path to Well-being – a kinder approach to health and fitness. My approach to therapy is holistic; an integration of 35 yrs. of mind and body education and experience helping people heal. I began as a Registered Massage Therapist, and quickly saw the connection between my client’s physical issues and emotional state. I saw the need to work holistically – mind-body-spirit – from a Western science-informed perspective. I attained my BSc. (Psychology) from the University of Calgary, and my Masters in Counselling Psychology (Specializing in Body-oriented psychology) from the California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco.  I work with adult women specializing - food and body issues, relationships, health issues, anxiety and depression, trauma, burn-out, overwhelm, personal growth and spiritual growth.  My clinical work draws on Somatic therapies (Bodynamics, Hakomi, and Somatic Experiencing), Cognitive Behavioural, and Family Systems. I integrate health and embodiment practices: breathwork, somatic movement, mindfulness meditation, hydrotherapy, essential oils, and nutrition. My work acknowledges the social and cultural influences that may have played a role in ones life experiences.  Read more about Helen  here .

Helen Croza, MA, RCC

I am a Somatic Psychotherapist, Registered Clinical Counsellor, and Founder of the Feminine Path to Well-being – a kinder approach to health and fitness. My approach to therapy is holistic; an integration of 35 yrs. of mind and body education and experience helping people heal. I began as a Registered Massage Therapist, and quickly saw the connection between my client’s physical issues and emotional state. I saw the need to work holistically – mind-body-spirit – from a Western science-informed perspective. I attained my BSc. (Psychology) from the University of Calgary, and my Masters in Counselling Psychology (Specializing in Body-oriented psychology) from the California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco.

I work with adult women specializing - food and body issues, relationships, health issues, anxiety and depression, trauma, burn-out, overwhelm, personal growth and spiritual growth.

My clinical work draws on Somatic therapies (Bodynamics, Hakomi, and Somatic Experiencing), Cognitive Behavioural, and Family Systems. I integrate health and embodiment practices: breathwork, somatic movement, mindfulness meditation, hydrotherapy, essential oils, and nutrition. My work acknowledges the social and cultural influences that may have played a role in ones life experiences.

Read more about Helen here.