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Josée Gallant-Gordon

Anyone of us recognizes times in our lives that we feel stuck, overwhelmed, disconnected or not seen for who we are or want to be. Therapy can help us recognize our strengths through making space for our feelings, thoughts, experiences, and bringing valuable  elements of ourselves that are valuable to us, back to the surface.

 

The therapeutic process is a professional relationship that can help you connect with your unique nourishing toolbox of coping skills that supports and maintains your wellness. My goals as a therapist are to hold a reserved space just for you, to hold the heaviness of emotional experiences and to explore the stuck places in life. Together, we focus on unique ways to connecting people with their own stories, healing and growth. 

Josée is a registered clinical social worker who holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Ottawa. She is professionally licenced by the Prince Edward Island Social Work Registration board. Having worked in various capacities as a social worker and counsellor in government, academic and private settings has given Josée the opportunity to enhance her counselling skills to support adults, families, children and youth. Through her interest in supporting people that are affected by stuck places in their lives, amongst other modalities, Josée is formally trained in approaches such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy). 

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