Cindie is a Registered Professional Counsellor and has a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology. She works predominantly with individuals ranging in age from adolescence to adulthood who are experiencing anxiety, depression, bullying, grief and loss, intimate partner violence, relationship and parenting issues and trauma as well as other areas. Cindie is passionate about empowering individuals to find strength and hope in their lives.
Prior to her counselling practice she worked with adults and youth in violence and abuse prevention programming with a focus on child abuse, bullying and healthy relationships. She presented to audiences dealing with these issues through out the province.
Group presentations and phone consults are available upon request.
Cindie is welcoming to all faith backgrounds and gender identities, and believes in creating a culturally safe space for clients.
For more information please contact me or set up a phone consult.
Pain, heartache and suffering is not something anyone anticipates experiencing. When it comes out of no-where it may seem too unbearable to handle. Individuals may suppress what they are feeling, behave in ways they never thought they would, and/or experience secondary symptoms that mask what is truly going on.
Whether it is the initial pain you are experiencing and/or years of wear and tear, please know that there is help available to you. With experience and extensive training in Marriage and Family Therapy, I am passionate about helping clients from all walks of life. I would be honoured to help you make sense of your experiences.
Making an appointment for counselling can be overwhelming so here’s a brief description of what to expect when you come in for your first appointment. The initial session will require about 10-15 minutes to fill out an intake form. We will take some time to discuss confidentiality and limitations of confidentiality. From there I will take some time to understand what brings you in for counselling. I am very client focused in my approach so I like to focus on what your needs are and how I can help you to set goals and provide you with tools and supportive resources to meet those goals. Its important to me that you experience a safe and welcoming environment; your feedback is always welcome as we work through the process together.
I hope this helps to alleviate some of the stress of coming for counselling. I believe that mental health should be preventive and supportive; we go to our doctors when we need a check up why not approach counselling in the same way and take the step towards overall physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. You are worth it.
Social Development Studies
General Social Work
Studies of Child Abuse
Briercrest College & Seminary (Student)
University of Saskatchewan (2009)
Registered Professional Counsellor
Membership #: 545SK13
Membership #: 172354
My office is in the Urban Equity Centre, which is at the base of the J.B. Black Estates Building on College Drive, across from the entrance to the Royal University Hospital. Parking and entrance are behind the building, accessible through the back alley.
Please be sure to park in the spots designated for Urban Equity Centre. Parking is free, but please do not park in the stalls listed as 'Private Parking'.