We are experienced in supporting individuals struggling with a variety of presentations of anxiety and depression.
We are educated in the effects of trauma and how we can best support you given your history.
We have experience working in collaboration with medical professionals as well as teams within the education system.
We seek feedback from each session in order to provide the best possible session just for you.
It is important that you are gaining something from your time with us, therefore, we monitor progress to ensure we are on the right track.
We have extensive experience supporting individuals with special needs as well as their families in a variety of settings, such as at home, at school, and in the community.
ACT, developed by Steven Hays, focuses on acknowledging our struggles and validating them, and letting them pass.
CBT, developed by Aaron Beck, focuses on challenging irrational beliefs while developing skills to overcome challenges.
DBT, developed by Marsha Linehan, supports individuals in changing behaviours to better cope with emotions and cognitions.
Exposure Therapy helps clients face the things they fear at their own pace with the support and care of a clinician.
Humanistic Therapy, from Carl Rogers, emphasizes the importance of the relationship between client and clinician.
Jennifer characterizes herself as a life long learner with a passion to best support her clients, therefore, her learning is ongoing.
Throughout Jennifer's career she has alway worked in a helping profession. She has a strong desire to support individuals to become the best possible version of themselves. Jennifer takes a holistic approach to get to know each individual in their own uniqueness. With this information, Jennifer uses her training in a variety of counselling approaches to support the individual/couple/family in achieving their goals. Her training and experience includes: Humanistic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (in August of 2018), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (in October of 2018), Exposure Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Strength Base Approaches, and Biopsychosocial Approaches.