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Yaari Dyer, Ph.D., R.Psych (#2094) sees individual clients and couples in the peaceful atmosphere of Vancouver Couple and Family Institute. She sees adults at every life stage who are grappling with issues interfering with their daily life functioning and happiness. She particularly enjoys working with clients in transition - young adults with identity, career and dating issues; those in midlife transition and crises; and later-life clients with existential concerns around aging and life meaning. She has a long-standing interest in treating depression, particularly situational depression triggered by relationship break-up and loss. Yaari also sees couples who are seeking help with communication, trust & intimacy issues.
Yaari has post-graduate training in emotionally-focused therapies (EFT for couples; AEDP), mindfulness-based approaches, and CBT. She integrates these approaches within a process and relational framework. Yaari has lived, studied and worked extensively in various parts of the world and brings a deep respect for, and love of, diverse cultural perspectives. Some of her counselling training has been in spiritually-based modalities learned in India and Japan.
Yaari loves helping people find happier and less stressful ways of living. She provides a compassionate and supportive atmosphere for clients to explore their experience and to find new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving.
To make an appointment, call 604-677-3286, ext 500, or complete the secure online intake form at www.vcfi.ca.
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For further information, visit Yaari Dyer's website.