Carol is a clinical social worker, relational life couples therapist, and a certified bioenergetic therapist with the Atlantic Canada Society for Bioenergetic Analysis. . She proudly considers bioenergetic analysis (BA) to be her “psychotherapy home”. BA is also her “ground” for in depth ongoing psychotherapy training, personal growth, and collegial learning and exchange. Carol integrates BA with other therapy approaches including compassion-based mindfulness, EMDR, and verbal/talk therapy. Carol is also keenly interested in recent developments in neuroscience as applied to psychotherapy. She applies this integrated approach to the treatment and healing of anxiety, depression, relational difficulties, and trauma.
Marysville (Fredericton), New Brunswick
(506) 449-1554; cell (905) 515-5047
Leslie Ann is a psychologist, a former university professor, a certified bioenergetic therapist, and a local trainer with the Atlantic Canada Society for Bioenergetic Analysis. In addition to her bioenergetic training, she brings a developmental perspective to her work, with training in infant and perinatal mental health, attachment, and child-parent psychotherapy. She offers workshops for therapists and clients in New England and the Canadian Maritime provinces. She is in private practice in Fredericton, New Brunswick, where she specializes in perinatal mental health and trauma.
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Paula is a clinical social worker with a specialty in complex grief, a psychotherapist, and a certified bioenergetic therapist. She is certified in trauma releasing exercises, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, and reiki. Paula is Mi’kmaq and has practiced in Indigenous communities with children focusing on social/emotional learning, mindfulness and integrating culture as a foundation for healing from trauma.
Most of us have a place within where we are healthy and experience well-being. However, the experience may be fleeting for some. Difficult experiences such as loss, illness, family dysfunction, burnout , trauma, and sudden changes may impact how we function in life. At times, coping strategies can turn into unhealthy patterns which may manifest as anxiety, chronic pain, depression, relationship problems, problems at work, anger or extreme stress. Therapy can support us to identify with the parts of ourselves which are healthy. By connecting to our authentic core, we intentionally choose strategies and lifestyles that best serve our lives and relationships.
Paula currently offers online video sessions to clients in Atlantic Canada. Services are offered to clients in need of support with grief, illness, chronic pain, stress, anxiety, trauma, and relational issues.
Miramichi, New Brunswick