Susan’s Experience and Skills

Susan is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (#10817) with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors. When she is not working with teens and children in her private practice, she is working with adolescents in a forensic psychiatric facility. She works primarily with adolescents struggling with depression, self-harm, family issues, past trauma and substance abuse.

Susan is trained in such areas as Narrative Therapy, Mediation, Collaborative Divorce and Motivational Interviewing. She has also worked with adult offenders in the criminal justice system for many years.

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Kids Playing

Importance of Play

“Play” is sometimes contrasted with “work” and characterised as a type of activity which is essentially unimportant, trivial and lacking in any serious purpose. As such, it is seen as something that children do because they are immature, and as something...
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Cyberbullying Victim

Anti-Cyberbullying Message

Cyberbullying is an emergent form of abuse growing in part due to the expansion of the internet into the bedrooms, mobile phones and tablets of children. Without parental supervision on electronic devices, there is a great danger that children are exposed to increasingly damaging...
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