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I have been in the helping profession for 30 years and have experience working in a variety of therapeutic and clinical settings. I has been in private practice for over 22 years. In my life and in my work, I make every effort to adhere to the principles of non-violence and reverence for life, organicity, unity and mindfulness. It is my hope to bring a sense of openness, clarity and compassion to every session that we have, whether we meet only once, or form a long-lasting therapeutic alliance. Much of my work has been and continues to be with trauma, developmental needs, grief and loss, life transitions and personal growth and awareness. I am available to offer Clinical support on an individual or group basis.
I completed my M.Ed in Counselling Psychology at the University of Victoria. (2005), my B.F.A at Emily Carr University, (1995) and a diploma in art therapy ( 1995). I completed extensive training in Trauma Counselling (Justice Institute of BC.,1997), both Level I and II (EMDRIA approved) EMDR training (1999), Level I (Trauma) in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (2008) and Level II training (Developmental, 2010) with the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute of Boulder, Colorado, studying with both Pat Ogden and Kekuni Minton. I have volunteered as an SP assistant on a Level II training with Janina Fisher and Rochelle Sharpe in Seattle and am currently volunteering on a Level II training in Vancouver with Kekuni Minton and Rochelle Sharpe. I am certified with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association and am a member in good standing. ( #7242 )
I also work as an EAP counsellor with Health Canada, Family Services of Greater Vancouver ( IATSE ), Arete, and Ceridian Lifeworks and am registered with both the Crime Victim Assistance and the Residential Historical Abuse Programs. I see pre and post mission clients with MSF ( Doctors Without Borders ). I offer clinical supervision to both graduate students and other clinicians working in trauma.
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For further information, visit Katherine Kortikow's website.