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- North Vancouver
- your patterns of relationships and attachments and how they affect you currently
- identifying ways of thinking that influence your feelings and behaviours, and aiming to replace them with healthier, more positive thought patterns
- practical ways of breaking down problems into smaller, more manageable issues
- identifying your strengths and reinforcing the coping strategies you already have
Proximity to transit and or intersections:
Other (nearby) locations served:
I have Masters degree in psychology from Simon Fraser University and over 25 years experience in the field of child and youth mental health. I have specialized training and clinical experience working with teens and younger children who are experiencing challenges including depression, anxiety, parent-teen conflict, grief and trauma. I have also worked in private practice with adults dealing with relationship issues, depression and anxiety, parenting concerns, life transitions and grief and loss. As a clinical supervisor in the child and youth mental health system for over 15 years, I am experienced in providing consultation and support to mental health care and other professionals, including schools, caregivers, and physicians. I have presented workshops on child and youth mental health issues at the Justice Institute of BC as well as at provincial and national conferences.
My therapeutic approach draws from psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural, solution-focused and narrative therapies. I also work from a family systems and developmental psychology perspective.
I use a collaborative approach building on the knowledge, skills and values you already have to help you to take control over anything that blocks you from your life goals
Some of the things we may look at are:
Client Fee Individuals:
For further information, visit Susan Morris-McEwan's website.
I am committed to ongoing professional development, including attendance at workshops and conferences, self-study and peer consultation.