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Glamour Magazine…..just kidding. The Help by Kathryn Stockett
from Alice in Wonderland:
The Mad Hatter: “Have I gone mad?”
Alice: “I’m afraid so. You’re entirely bonkers. But I’ll tell you a secret. All the best people are.”
I have been working in the human service field with a wide range of clientele over the past seven years. I have experience working with individuals and families of all different ages and especially enjoy working with adolescents. I have supported individuals who have experienced various stresses and mental health issues including; family violence, depression, anxiety, abuse, grief and loss, addiction, and parenting. I believe most people can benefit at one time or another from the support and guidance of a counselling relationship.
Danielle also provides mental health information through social media. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and on her blog. The links will be available here soon.
Areas of Interest: adolescents, grief and loss, performance coaching, family violence, anxiety, stress management
Addiction: A Modern Perspective by Dr. Lance Dodes – This seminar taught a different way of looking at addiction. Dr. Dodes believes addiction is all psychological in nature
Mindfulness Integrated Cognitive Behavioral Therapy by Dr. Bruno Cayoun – This approach blends mindfulness training with traditional CBT.
Making Sense of Anxiety by Dr. Gordon Neufeld – Dr. Neufeld believes there is an increase in anxiety in children and adolescents because they are not properly attaching to the adults in their life. His work is centered around attachment theory.
Training and Certification: Gottman Level 1 Marriage Therapy (2013)
-Understanding Trauma: Theirs and Ours (2013), Drug and Alcohol Mini Course (2012),
-Invitations to Responsibility: Narrative Therapy for Men (2012)
Professional Experience: Therapist at Catholic Family Services of Prince Albert
-Job Coach at North West Regional College
-Counselor at Saskatoon Interval House
Augmented Experiences: Counselor for Bridges Pre-employment Program, a program for individuals recently released from the Provincial Correctional System
-Co-facilitator of Bridges Pre-employment support group