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Areas of Specialization

IT’S MY GOAL TO CREATE A COMFORTABLE, SAFE ENVIRONMENT WHERE WE’LL WORK TOGETHER TO GET THROUGH LIFE’S CHALLENGES.

Complicated Grief

Anticipatory Grief

Grief & Bereavement

Pet Loss

PTSD

Attachment Trauma

Phobias

Acute Trauma

Kirsten White

MC, C.C.C, Registered Provisional Psychologist

Enhance your creativity to be better able to adapt to the ever changing experience of life. 

I am here to support you with healing, growth, and transformation. I specialize in working with people dealing with grief, trauma, and loss.  All ages are welcome to participate in this healing journey.

My training is mostly in experiential therapies that involve art, play, and movement. In combination with knowledge of attachment, neurobiology, and trauma, my philosophy on health is holistic. I work with you and your children in a holistic, culturally sensitive way to balance the body, mind, and spirit.

Experiences within a safe therapeutic relationship can increase mindfulness, emotional regulation, and promote healing from past wounds.

Tools of Therapy

Trauma Informed Therapy

This approach begins with an understanding of how trauma can affect overall development and change neurodevelopment. Symptoms are not considered...

EMDR

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing. Using EMDR can be useful for those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. It...

Play Therapy

What is Play Therapy… Change and growth is born from novel experiences. The aim of play therapy is to empower and grow into more adaptable...

Book Your FREE 30-MIN Consult or Intake

Please fill in the form to request an intake session. My office hours are currently SATURDAY 9AM to 5PM

You may also email me at kirsten@thewhitebrickroad.ca

I will do my best to reply to emails and phone calls in 48-hours, within my office hours indicated. If I am planning on longer absences, I will give as much notice as possible. I cannot guarantee replies to emails outside of my office hours. This could mean longer waiting periods for replies.

If you experience an emergency and you are not able to reach me, please call the Distress Centre, 403-266-4357 (HELP), call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room. 

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