Many clients consider counselling because they are feeling stuck--unable to move past traumatic events or losses, Some consider counselling because they are struggling with parenting, family conflicts or knowing how to engage in relationships in more authentic or meaningful ways. Others consider counselling simply because they want to make what's working, work even better. For many, counselling helps them make the real, lasting changes necessary to live a life where they feel healthy, less stressed, fulfilled, in harmony and more connected in their relationships.
How Counselling Can Help
Counselling can help you:
I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor and family therapist in North Vancouver, BC, who provides therapeutic counselling services to adolescents, adults, couples and families. I provide both short and longer term counselling and psychotherapy for a broad range of issues.
For over 20 years, I have been working with clients to help them find the skills and inner resources to overcome challenging or traumatic experiences, negative thinking, dysfunctional behavioural patterns, and discover balanced, healthier, productive and more fulfilling ways of being in life, work and relationships. Change is possible. Find your path for the change you want today.
To learn more about the focus of my clinical practice, please click on the tabs below. To learn more about my style, approach and experience, please see About Beth.
Areas of Practice
Over my 24 years of clinical practice I have worked with a broad range of issues. My areas of practice and specialization are:
My practice involves using a multi-systems treatment philosophy based upon humanistic-existential, family systems, attachment, and trauma theories. In my work, I utilize the following therapeutic approaches:
Privacy and confidentiality are key to the effectiveness of the counselling process, so the personal information a client shares in counselling with me will be kept confidential. Confidentiality continues after the end of the counselling or consulting relationship. There are, however, some exceptions to a registered clinical counsellor's duty of to maintain privacy and confidentiality, in particular:
To ensure the best possible service to clients, I may seek consultation with professional clinical counselling colleagues or a clinical supervisor. Within that consultation, I may disclose information for the purpose of that professional consultation, in which case client's identity will remain confidential.
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