Are you struggling with feeling anxious, overwhelmed, as well as with overthinking and second-guessing yourself? You don’t have to keep doing it alone.
As a registered psychologist, who has been there, I can help! I value assisting my clients with effectively achieving the outcomes they want and to master the process we use in-session so they can become their own therapist. If you wish to face the issues that have been keeping you stuck, we can do great work together.
I am thoroughly trained in cognitive-behavioral (CBT) methods that are related to my area of focus: providing evidence-based treatment to adults struggling with anxiety and related issues. I employ these techniques using T.E.A.M-CBT, a cutting-edge, yet warm approach, the same approach that helped me when I was in your shoes.
We will start the process by helping you tell your story and talk about your challenges before we start narrowing in on the goal you wish to achieve first. You can expect to attend weekly or more frequent sessions, as well as be assigned regular homework, in order to reach your objectives faster. Clients who engage in active work with doing homework report noticeable improvement, within 5 sessions or less. In our work together, we will measure these positive changes at each session so as to ensure that we consistently remain on track.
Seeking help was difficult for me and I know that it may be hard for you as well. I offer a free 15-minute session so you can meet with me and determine if we would be a good fit. To avoid playing phone tag, book your complimentary session in my online calendar today!
**Audrey offers therapy in English, French and Mauritian Creole. She is a member of the International OCD Foundation, the Alberta Black Therapists Network as well as the Feeling Good Institute Diversity Committee**
Slave Lake and Area Mental Health Network is part of the Rural Mental Health Network (Project). It was founded in 2021 and is working to discover and develop a conversation within the community about ways to improve the mental health and wellbeing of community members. We hope to bring a diverse range of people to the table to build a strength-based grassroots movement toward a mentally healthy Slave Lake. The only requirement to be involved is to live in Slave Lake or the surrounding area. No mental health or wellness training is necessary.