Aly Giesbrecht My therapeutic approach tends to be a blend of Attachment theory, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Therapy. However, I tailor my approach to the needs of each client and so make use of other therapy styles from time to time. I also have some training in neuroscience and addictions. I offer a warm, accepting, nonjudgemental environment for you to address whatever is on your mind.
Danial Lundy Daniel offers therapy from a person-centered, Strength based approach. Daniel takes an integrative approach from various theories such as Attachment theory, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Interpersonal Neurobiology. Daniel has worked with individuals from different cultural backgrounds, faith groups, and individuals and couples. Daniel has effectively worked with clients with various mental health diagnoses such as Depression, Grief, Trauma, Anxiety disorders, Schizophrenia, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Bipolar, Acquired Brain Injuries. relational issues and conflicts in family and marriages. As well as life transitions, job loss, loss of loved one(s), Adjusting to disability(s). Daniel also has a unique approach to trauma with his retired guide dog Buckley, who is transitioning to a therapy dog. Buckley offers clients with severe trauma and PTSD an unconditional love and empathy that helps individuals transition trust from him to people. Clients have found him to be an added support and comfort as they work with Daniel through their trauma and grief towards healing .
Glenys Wirch Glenys appreciates and understands that clients are the experts on themselves and their stories. She utilizes a person centered approach to counselling therapy and believes her personal, non-judgemental approach assists clients in moving forward in their lives. Glenys is passionate about meeting client's where they are at and uses her broad knowledge base to benefit her clients.