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  • “Emotions – fear, anger, love – are as necessary for the organism’s survival as nerve impulses, immune cells or hormonal activity..” (Dr. Gabor Mate, When the Body Says No)

    If you are an adult in Alberta or Ontario experiencing any of the following issues, I might be able to help:

    • Difficult emotions like stress, uncertainty, sadness, anger, loneliness, mild anxiety, insecurity, mild depression, frustration, etc.
    • Inter-personal relationship issues with a partner, friend, co-worker, family member, etc.
    • Difficult decisions.
    • Conflicts with others or within yourself such as conflicting thoughts about something.
    • Emotional abuse (things like name-calling, insults, “the silent treatment”, etc.).
    • Infidelity issues.
    • Thinking style.
    • Self-esteem / Confidence.
    • Communication style.
    • Habits.
    • Career / Workplace issues.
    • Other issues.

    Professional & Ethical

    I take my clients’ well-being, challenges, stories, confidentiality, and desires very seriously. I am here to assist, and not to judge. My clients can expect that I will treat them with respect, dignity and compassion in every interaction, and that I will act in an ethical and professional manner.

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    About Trudi Jane Wyatt, MA, RP, CT, CCC

    Hello. I am a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) and Counselling Therapist (CT) in Alberta, and a Registered Psychotherapist (RP) in Ontario. I have been providing counselling & psychotherapy services since 2009, starting in Southern California where I earned my Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology. I have worked with a variety of individuals such as lawyers, executives, nurses, physicians, public servants, post-secondary students, performers, people who are required to attend therapy for different reasons, teenagers, families, groups, and others. Currently I work with individual adults living in either Alberta or Ontario. I take a non-judgmental, ethical, and non-pathologizing approach to my work, and my style is professional, intelligent, and compassionate. I think we all experience various emotional or behavioural problems from time to time, and that the role of psychotherapy / counselling can be to support someone in their difficult challenge of moving in the direction of a more satisfying, peaceful, and fulfilling life.