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Brittany Forester

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), Intern, HBA (she/her)

I am completing a Masters of Counselling and have completed a Honours Degree in Psychology with a Minor in Family and Child Studies. I’ve worked in public and family health settings with children, teens, and adults. My goal is to create a judgement-free space for you to work through stressors, thoughts, and experiences in a way that is unique to you. I work with individuals (teens, adults) and couples.

My approach is rooted in both a trauma- and culturally-informed lens and pull from Attachment Theory, Narrative Therapy, DBT, DBT, ACT and EFT, but I bring in a broad range of tools to best suit the goals you have. There is no “one-size fits all.” My areas of interest are trauma, stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, Autism, and relationship issues. 

 

Brittany's services: individual therapy, child & youth therapy, couples therapy virtually or over the phone

Ontario, Nunavut, Alberta, Saskatchewan

Brittany Forester's Additional Certifications and On-Going Education

Honours Bachelors of Psychology (Minor in Child and Family Studies) - 2021

Masters in Counselling Psychology - Anticipated Completion Date December 2024

Tungasuvvingat Inuit Training - Supporting Inuit Children, Youth, and Families

SafeTalk Certification 

Trauma Informed Practice Training - completed by Bonnie Kyle (Children's Aid)

Walk and Talk Therapy Training (Ecotherapy) - 2024

Brittany participates in on-going training for both individual and couples practices.

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