Deborah English, M.A., R.C.C.
Deborah received her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology from Adler University. She has spent over 10 years working within the field of addictions and mental health. In this capacity, she has worked in non-profit organizations with at-risk individuals (youth and adults), families, parents and couples to provide support in regaining control over their lives in their struggles with addiction, anxiety, depression, bi-polar disorder, trauma, relationships, identity issues and more. As such, she has worked with various populations including, but not limited to, the LGBTQ+ community, First Nations and immigrants/refugees. She has training in CBT, DBT, EFT (tapping), hypnosis and uses mindfulness to facilitate implementation of healthy coping strategies. In her work, she has also provided training to front-line staff, conducted drug and alcohol workshops for students and the general public, and has provided clinical supervision for Masters-level students in their practicum placements. She has also conducted group therapy in residential recovery programs. Deborah works from a holistic, strengths-based approach with a feminist perspective that focuses on empowerment.
Deborah can be contacted through her website or call 778-242-1124.