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1517 Amelia St, Victoria, BC, V8W 2J9
What I’d like you to know about me is that I love being a psychologist. I love meeting people, hearing their life stories, and finding ways to help them. When I started as a psychologist, I led workshops and retreats, facilitated many therapy groups, and gave seminars. Later, I started a clinical office practice, specializing in body-focused psychotherapy and women’s issues. As the years went by, I became fascinated with the energy that permeates all life and how this energy affects each person. This led me to working with people who had been traumatized, have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and for some, have Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), also called Multiple Personality Disorder. I have also studied and received certificates in Bio-Energetics, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Somatic Experiencing, and I have some training in BodyNamics, a psycho-physical system developed in Holland. In addition to my psychotherapy practice, since 2001 I have been a member of the Collaborative Family Separation Professionals, formerly the Collaborative Family Law Group Victoria. I work with lawyers, mental health professionals, and financial advisors to help clients find equitable and harmonious solutions for separation and divorce. Before I became a psychologist, I taught elementary school in Vancouver and also trained teachers at Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia. Call me today to book an appointment.
2526 Government Street #200 733 Johnson Street #220, Victoria, BC
I help people cope with problems of everyday living, such as decision making, communication, parenting, relationships, grief, co-dependency and assertiveness. As well, I have the following special interests: Generalized anxiety – You may feel nervous or anxious most of the time for no apparent reason. Panic attacks – You may feel generalized anxiety and experience physical sensations even to the point where you think you are having a heart attack. Specific anxiety – You may have fears things or circumstances such as spiders, flying, dental or medical procedures, or public speaking. To help you cope with anxiety, I offer a free anxiety management support group on Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Island Mental Health Building, 125 Skinner Street, Victoria. No pressure environment. No registration required. Obsessive-compulsive thoughts and behaviours – Perhaps you cannot seem to stop thinking certain thoughts such as “Did I lock the door?”, or engaging in specific behaviours such as checking or arranging things, or excessive hand washing. Emotional and physical trauma – You may be suffering from trauma, resulting from physical or sexual assault, accidents, medical procedures or witnessing a violent act. Depression – You may be feeling chronically sad, depressed or “stuck” in life. Men’s issues – Perhaps you are having difficulty communicating or maintaining relationships, or feel “lost”. Chronic pain – You may be experiencing ongoing pain that interferes with your quality of life, whether from an accident or a disease such as fibromyalgia. Contact me today for more information.
104 Joseph Street, Victoria BC V8S 3H5, Victoria, BC
Dr. Allison is a Registered Psychologist specializing in EMDR, Neurofeedback, Biofeedback, Brain Mapping and more. Dr. Allison can help with issues such as Anxiety, Phobias, Panic Attacks, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Aspergers, ADHD/ADD, Learning Difficulties, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Physical, Sexual and Emotional Abuse, Accidental Trauma, Brain Injuries, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Parenting - Behavioural Difficulties, Performance Enhancement: Creative, Athletic, Intellectual, Alcoholism and ACOA Issues, Impulsivity, Compulsive Behaviours, Grief, Motivation.
5-1015 Cook St, Victoria, BC, V8V 3Z6
A Jungian approach to therapy responds to the deeper needs of individuals in the contemporary world. This includes providing answers to such questions as the nature of both women's and men's psychology and the place of religious, spiritual and other higher values in life. Although one may be attracted to this approach to therapy for various reasons, a typical client often experiences a sense of alienation and meaninglessness in life along with symptoms of anxiety and depression. In some cases one is already on a spiritual path and seeking more self-awareness. Others have read books by Jung or some of his disciples and are interested in individuation and the individuation process. Jung used the latter term to describe a life that is creatively directed by the Self or wholeness. To put oneself consciously on that path is the ultimate goal of Jungian therapy.
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203-300 Gorge Rd W , Victoria, Victoria, BC, V9A 1M8
healing the pain of depression, anxiety or stress, anger, abuse or trauma, loss, family/parenting problems, relationship conflictsm expertise & compassion in caring for adults, adolescents, children & families, psychological assessments, cross-cultural awareness, sensitivity to spiritual concerns, extended haelth care benefits accepted ICBC, workers compensation, native health
201-947 Fort St, Victoria, BC, V8V 3K3
4877 Cordova Bay Rd, Victoria, BC, V8Y 2J9
2526 Government St 208, Victoria, BC, V8T 4P7
2187 Oak Bay Ave 214, Victoria, BC, V8R 1G1
23148 96 Avenue, Victoria, BC, V8W 2L9
2187 Oak Bay Ave, Victoria, BC, V8R 1G1
Suite 402 1121 Fort St, Victoria, BC, V8V 3K9
3994 Shelbourne St 210, Victoria, BC, V8N 3E2
2714 Quadra St, Victoria, BC, V8T 4E6
205 4400 Chatterton Way, Victoria, BC, V8X 5J2
1005 Balmoral Rd, Victoria, BC, V8T 1A7
1517 Amelia St 4, Victoria, BC, V8W 2J9
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