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- Anxiety and uncertainly
- Depression and self-disappointment
- Developing personalized coping strategies and action plans
- Feelings of ineffectiveness and frustration
- Grief, loneliness and a deep sense of loss
- Post-secondary adaptation
- Relationship difficulties
- Self-understanding and empowerment
- Spiritual exploration
- Stress reduction and management
Shaunna Grams is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (#3995) in good standing with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC). She completed her Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology at Adler University and completed her graduate internship at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Shaunna has developed and collaborated in research on attribution theory, coping strategies, concurrent disorders, and smoking cessation. Shaunna has received formal education, training, and has experience in helping clients in the following areas:
Shaunna is well-known for her warm and effective communication. She positions herself as a fellow traveller alongside her client and encourages trust, realization, and understanding. Shaunna’s intellectual curiosity invites the client to not only examine the ways one approaches life but also the lens through which one interprets their world.
People enter counselling at different times in their life – crisis, grief, confusion, and life planning. Shaunna comes alongside the client to provide a space to voice the multi-faceted, and often conflicted, parts of ones’ self. Whether you have personal goals you would like to achieve or you need a safe place to sort yourself out and be heard, Shaunna welcomes and invites you to meet with her. Experience the peace of being accepted as you are while stepping into the deep satisfaction of knowing yourself and making your life your own!
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For further information, visit Shaunna Grams's website.