Angie Wiebe

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Angie Wiebe, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist #898

Helping people and developing a trusting relationship are at the core of Angie’s practice. She recognizes the courage, strength, and vulnerability it takes to reach out for support, and she strives to cultivate an empathic and caring space where people can share openly without feeling judged. Angie believes that safety, comfort, and respect enable clients to explore the challenges that bring them to counselling. Her hope is that individuals feel supported and empowered to reach their goals for change.
Angie believes that people are the experts of their own lives. Therefore, her approach to counselling is to combine a collaborative, client-centered counselling style with evidence-based therapeutic techniques. She uses an integrative approach to personalize therapy, matching the unique needs of each individual. Guiding her work are a variety of theories and modalities, including cognitive-behavioural (CBT), solution-focused, narrative, feminist, and strength-based. She works with individuals (adults and mature youth aged 16 years and older) in a variety of areas including:

• grief and loss
• stress and life balance
• life transitions
• career and return to work
• goal setting
• anger management
• depression
• self-esteem
• anxiety
• relationships stress – individuals
• healthy relationships
• family violence
• infidelity
• self-harm and suicide intervention
• trauma, specifically sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse
• 2SLGBTQ+, gender and sexual identity