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Jin has been employed as a clinical counselor since 2006, providing individual, couple, or group counseling for clients aged 5 to 90. During these years, Jin has been providing counseling on mental health issues and addiction issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, self-injury, trauma, child & youth mental health, anger management, crime victim assistance, relationship and family issues, parenting, and so on.
Jin’s foundation of therapy is a biopsychosocial-spiritual model, viewing human beings as whole persons of four aspects: physical, psychological, social, and spiritual. Therefore, Jin is able to see the whole picture on how a brain injury, physical illness, physical trauma, or substance abuse affects human emotions, cognition, behavior, and spirituality, or vice versa. Jin's approach utilizes Cognitive Rehabilitation therapy (CRT), Rogerian therapy, Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT), and Narrative therapy in order to help her clients toward problem solving and having a new hope for a new life.
Jin has a Master’s degree in Counseling from Trinity Western University in BC, with specialized training in mental health, addictions, trauma, Cognitive rehabilitation therapy, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Narrative therapy, and Gottman couple therapy.
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For further information, visit Jin Broughton's website.