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My name is Aiden and I’m a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with a Master’s in Counselling Psychology (MCP) from Adler University, a BA in Psychology from University of Alberta, and post-graduate training in psychological assessment from Concordia University of Edmonton. While I was born and raised in New Zealand, I have called Canada (specifically Toronto, Edmonton, and now Vancouver) home for the past 15 years.
In my time as a therapist I have had the honour of helping people find relief from a variety of difficulties, including anxiety/stress related issues, mood-related issues, and issues related to relationships, intimacy, and communication. I have found that although people may often seek help for similar symptoms (e.g. low mood, panic), the root cause of these symptoms varies for everyone, and can be related to anything from current relationship or work stress, to early childhood neglect.
In my clinical work, I draw on a variety of therapeutic approaches such as Adlerian Therapy, Existential Psychotherapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. I strongly believe in integrating various therapeutic perspectives as I appreciate that you are unique and “one size does not fit all.”
In addition to anxiety and mood issues, I can also help you with:
- Relationship Concerns
- Low Self-Esteem/ Confidence
- Lack of Assertiveness
- Trust/ Intimacy Issues
- Lack of Meaning/ Purpose
- Grief and Loss
- Childhood Abuse (physical, emotional, sexual)
- Communication Problems
- Personal Growth
- Burnout (Work/ Family)
As I have overcome generalized and social anxiety myself, I can relate to the pain and hardship of living with anxiety and depression. I am proud to say that my experiences have helped me grow both personally and professionally, and I am transparent about the role therapy has played in transforming my own life. I can also relate to how nerve-wracking it can be to take the initial step of seeking help. As a result, I make it my priority to do everything I can to reduce your concerns around the counselling process itself. It really is my privilege to guide and support you through the healing process.